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Radio Free Humanity is a podcast covering news, politics and philosophy from a Marxist-Humanist perspective. It is co-hosted by Brendan Cooney and Andrew Kliman. We intend to release new episodes every two weeks. Radio Free Humanity is sponsored by Marxist-Humanist Initiative (https://www.marxisthumanistinitiative.org), but the views expressed by the co-hosts and guests of Radio Free Humanity are their own. They do not necessarily reflect the views and positions of MHI. Click here for a list ...
 
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New Humanists

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New Humanists

Ancient Language Institute

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Join the hosts of New Humanists and founders of the Ancient Language Institute, Jonathan Roberts and Ryan Hammill, on their quest to discover what a renewed humanism looks like for the modern world. The Ancient Language Institute is an online language school and think tank, dedicated to changing the way ancient languages are taught.
 
Three Christians, teachers, and intellectuals gather digitally to hold forth on literature, theology, philosophy, and other things human beings do well. Taking the question at hand utterly seriously and ourselves not at all, the Christian Humanists attempt to record weekly during the school year and take on some interesting questions. Our website, should you wish to visit us, is http://www.christianhumanist.org, and our email is thechristianhumanist@gmail.com.
 
A podcast dedicated to "thinking slow" about how different topics relate to being more humanist in our approach to a complexly hurting world. Join us as we look at how everyday objects and seemingly straightforward topics can all reveal deeper questions about how to advance better policy and move among one another with greater compassion and curiosity.
 
Greetings, folks. In this podcast, I hope to explore the various facets of humanism from as many perspectives as I can manage. Some episodes will focus on the humanism as it has developed here in the West while others will look farther afield, sometimes to places that might surprise you. Always, though, the podcast will keep an eye toward how these ideas relate to contemporary life, and toward defending humanism against the anti-humanist discourses of fundamentalist religion and authoritaria ...
 
The Humanist Experience is a unique podcast series where we seek out radical experiences that educate our emotions and expand our world. Our commitment to social change motivates us to look for ways to effectively connect people to contemporary issues—and persuade them to become changemakers! The Humanist Experience uses experiential learning and storytelling to do just that. We see story, context, and experience as crucial tools for real understanding. Our podcast uses these tools to provid ...
 
Humanists@Work is a UC-wide initiative geared towards UC Humanities and humanistic Social Science MAs and PhDs interested in careers outside/alongside the academy. Humanists@Work is a targeted continuation of the Mellon-funded Humanities and Changing Conceptions of Work. This initiative, which sought to examine the changing conceptions and experiences of work in the face of major economic, technological and social developments, supported multi-campus research projects, individual scholars, a ...
 
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The New Humanist

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The New Humanist

Damian Tharcisius

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Hello Everyone. Welcome to the New Humanist Podcast. I am Damian. If you're interested in culture, religion, history, liberty, society, and above all humanity, then you are in the right place. The focus here is on the intersection between these realities, and how they pertain to questions that affect you and me: The minds who are left to live in this challenging but promising, tough but rewarding world. One that is ever changing. Just starting out Let's see where this goes. Best D
 
The vicious abuses from an attempt to destroy humanity is being laid bare. We have been lied to for too long. The rising prices having to do with rent, food, and other essentials have a dark role to play in this universal war. The very sound of the word war is frightening to a lot of people. But I'm ready for a fight! I'm ready to stand against tyrannical laws meant to serve the privileged few! If you want to join the fight, hit me up because it's gonna take all of us to change history!! HUM ...
 
The most profound discovery of our time is that life is meaningless. We are never meant to find the meaning of life instead we are here to create the meaning in life. It's about growing together. We must learn to go beyond self-centeredness to create a room within ourselves for others. The Humanist Dude podcast takes you on a journey of self exploration where one might discover the ideas that were hidden inside of you for decades. A journey to find calm, self-understanding, and connection – ...
 
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Every ethics presumes a sociology. That formula has followed me through nearly twenty-five years of study, and its source text, After Virtue by Alasdair MacIntyre, has been a constant conversation partner as I have studied and taught. What I haven’t attended to nearly enough is the life of the human being behind After Virtue, but Nathan Pinkoski is…
 
We look at critical thinking. What does it include and how do we not misuse it. Then we take a look at another church and state issue at a local school during election day. Was it on purpose? Show Notes Subscribe to our free newsletter Check out our Merch 00:45 Critical Thinking Can Save The World 19:37 Bible Quotes At A Public School On Election D…
 
En el audio de hoy hablaremos de una visita cultural a Santo Domingo y Punta Cana a raíz del congreso latinoamericano de psiquiatría (APAL) Imagen: Punta Cana, playa virgen Música: 1492 Conquest of Paradise de Vangelis; Quevedo Bzrp; Ad Astra de Max Richter; Ojalá que llueva café en el campo de Juan Luis Guerra; Compadre Pedro Juan de Francis Santa…
 
The co-hosts welcome Sergey Romanov, who researches Holocaust denial and Katyn-Massacre denial, and Dr. Nicholas Terry, a historian at the University of Exeter. Sergey and Nick discuss their work together on the Holocaust Controversies website. The rest of the interview focuses largely on Katyn Massacre, which pro-Stalin writers like Grover Furr re…
 
This is the second episode of our series about Livy's "Ab Urbe Condita," called "No Republic Was Ever Greater." The story of the founding of Rome continues with the story of twin brothers Romulus and Remus, as they escape certain death in a coup against their grandfather, grow up as shepherd bandits, and stage a counter-coup to return their grandfa…
 
In this episode, I invite the listener to join me as I provide a summary account of a virtual, two-day training workshop that I attended about a therapeutic counselling modality called, "Acceptance and Commitment Therapy" - otherwise known as ACT. The total listening experience includes six audio segments. Each of the two days of training includes …
 
En el audio de hoy hablaremos de una visita cultural a Santo Domingo y Punta Cana a raíz del congreso latinoamericano de psiquiatría (APAL) Imagen: Punta Cana, playa virgen Música: 1492 Conquest of Paradise de Vangelis; Quevedo Bzrp; Ad Astra de Max Richter; Ojalá que llueva café en el campo de Juan Luis Guerra; Compadre Pedro Juan de Francis Santa…
 
The co-hosts welcome Maksym Shumakov, a young activist and leading member of the Ukrainian democratic-socialist organization Sotsialnyi Rukh (Social Movement). Maksym answers a wide range of questions. Topics include: life in Ukraine today; how to support Ukraine’s fight for national self-determination; how the war has given rise to new forms of so…
 
Hoy, a razón del segundo congreso anual de psicodélicos del Massachusetts General Hospital, hablaremos de ketamina y psicoterapia. Image: Psychedelic art ketamine #6 Link de la conferencia de psicodélicos del Massachusetts General Hospital:https://mghcme.org/courses/2nd-annual-conference-on-psychedelics-and-psychedelic-medicine/…
 
Hoy, a razón del segundo congreso anual de psicodélicos del Massachusetts General Hospital, hablaremos de ketamina y psicoterapia. Image: Psychedelic art ketamine #6 Link de la conferencia de psicodélicos del Massachusetts General Hospital:https://mghcme.org/courses/2nd-annual-conference-on-psychedelics-and-psychedelic-medicine/…
 
This is the first episode of a new series on New Humanists, called "No Republic Was Ever Greater." We are walking through the masterpiece, "Ab Urbe Condita," by Ancient Roman historian Titus Livy and the great commentary on Livy, Renaissance philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli's Discourses. In this episode, we consider the lessons that founders and lea…
 
When we set several theologies next to each other, naming their core claims helps us to make sense of their relationships, even as we grant that more complexity rewards careful reading and study. So without necessarily reducing them, we can speak and write about Calvin’s theology of sovereignty, Schleiermacher’s theology of experience, Bultmann’s t…
 
This episode is simply a short question. It is an invitation to put one's "self" under the metaphorical microscope. This can be a hard thing to do, but it is essential for living a deliberate and mindful life. I anticipate that I will follow-up this question with a future episode where I intend to debrief and unpack the question in order to explore…
 
The co-hosts discuss Andrew’s new essay, “Dunayevskaya’s 1953 Letters: Transcending Vanguardism & Spontaneism.” Andrew sets out the political and organizational context of two letters that Dunayevskaya wrote to her co-leaders in the Johnson-Forest Tendency, CLR James and Grace Lee (Boggs), in May 1953, on Hegel’s “Absolute Idea” and “Absolute Mind …
 
En el audio de hoy tras una breve descripción histórica de la historia de Massachusetts, describiremos una ruta por el Estado a razón de la visita de mis padres. Imagen: Plymouth English Village, Massachusetts. Foto de Fernando Espí Forcén. Música: Massachusetts de Bee Gees; Massachusetts de Maxine Sulllivan; Can You Feel The Love Tonight de Elton …
 
En el audio de hoy tras una breve descripción histórica de la historia de Massachusetts, describiremos una ruta por el Estado a razón de la visita de mis padres. Imagen: Plymouth English Village, Massachusetts. Foto de Fernando Espí Forcén. Música: Massachusetts de Bee Gees; Massachusetts de Maxine Sulllivan; Can You Feel The Love Tonight de Elton …
 
Michael Werner, longtime member of the Unitarian Church and a past President of the American Humanist Association, believes an effort to finally update the church's bylaws will extinguish the strong history of Humanism and leave the church open to the evils of post modernism. Werner also believes that the church is abandoning Enlightenment principl…
 
As a student in a good Old Testament Introduction class will be able to tell you, Genesis 1 borrows structures and symbols and maybe even vocabulary from Babylonian texts like Enuma Elish to paint its particular picture of creation. Likewise Proverbs 8 casts world-making in terms of international wisdom traditions, and John 1 appropriates Greek phi…
 
The late antique and medieval Church saw Virgil as a pagan herald of Christ, due to the seemign messianic prophecies in Eclogue IV. In a 1953 essay titled "Vergil and the Christian World," T.S. Eliot argues that the Christian sympathies in Virgil's poetry go even deeper than that single poem, and in fact suffuse the entire Virgilian corpus. T.S. El…
 
In this very brief episode of the Hopeful Humanist Café, I will showcase what I will simultaneously call a "Sound-Story" & "Audio-Sound-Blot." The episode is simply a listening experience. One might just sit back and get comfortable or grab one's journal and open up to the possibility of an imaginative outpouring. As a "Sound-Story," the invitation…
 
The co-hosts and Anne Jaclard review and discuss “The U.S. and the Holocaust,” the new PBS documentary by Ken Burns, Lynn Novick, and Sarah Botstein. The documentary details the relation between U.S. immigration restrictions and the Nazis’ mass extermination of Jews, as well as the ever-present and ongoing struggle between American supporters and o…
 
Ælfric's Colloquy is a dialogue between a teacher and his students, written both in Old English and Latin, designed to teach Latin to Anglo-Saxon schoolboys. It is also the earliest record of a (relatively) realistic English-language conversation. In celebration of the Ancient Language Institute's new Old English program, Dr. Colin Gorrie joins Jon…
 
In this Season One closer, we explore the history of the light bulb, and what aligning ingenuity with literal illumination has done for us as a culture (for better, and for worse). When we consider how best to uplift fellow humans today, what lessons can the light bulb and its histories teach us about how not to measure success?…
 
Punk is a complicated term, because its history has found it appropriated by many different - and often completely contradictory - political movements and societal vantage points. How can so many ideologies fit under one umbrella term? Easily, actually. When "punk" reduces to "resistance from a perceived status quo", all manner of difficult bedfell…
 
Welcome to another spontaneous & unedited blithering at The Hopeful Humanist Café. When you do not got the motivation to tackle the Mount Everest challenges on your metaphorical life plate, tackle the small stuff. The small stuff can create momentum. For me that was focusing on the backyard shed. Unexpectedly, while getting some small checkmarks, I…
 
The co-hosts discuss Andrew’s article, “Karl Marx Systematically Exploited by Ben Burgis: Marx’s Exploitation Theory vs. G. A. Cohen’s ‘Plain Argument.’” Andrew likens Burgis’ “theoretical appropriation” of Marx’s exploitation theory to cultural appropriation. Brendan and Andrew then discuss a variety of topics, including problems with Burgis’ form…
 
Religious conservatives are performing school assemblies and funneling kids to church all at taxpayer expense and earlier this month the SHoWLE Board voted to ban weapons at meetings. Doug explains why. Show Notes Subscribe to our newsletter Check out our merch 00:45 Fake School Assemblies 16:14 SHoWLE bans guns at meetings --- Send in a voice mess…
 
Hoy traemos de invitado a mi querido amigo Fernando Vizcaíno, mexicano y conocedor de la historia de México para analizar los puntos claves de la historia de nuestro país hermano. Música: Farolito, Agustín Lara; Lucha de gigantes, Nacha Pop; Las golondrinas, Mariachi Vargas; Las mañanitas, Vicente Fernández; Gimme the power, Molotov; Clavado en un …
 
Hoy traemos de invitado a mi querido amigo Fernando Vizcaíno, mexicano y conocedor de la historia de México para analizar los puntos claves de la historia de nuestro país hermano. Música: Farolito, Agustín Lara; Lucha de gigantes, Nacha Pop; Las golondrinas, Mariachi Vargas; Las mañanitas, Vicente Fernández; Gimme the power, Molotov; Clavado en un …
 
Are classical educators dooming their students to poverty? Even back in the early 1800s, that accusation was gaining steam. Edward Copleston was a titanic figure at Oxford's Oriel College in the early 19th century, and inspired John Henry Newman, among others. Facing attacks by utilitarian critics of Oxford, Copleston launched a defense of classica…
 
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