Philosophy Podcasts

astrolábio show

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Cairo Braga conduz uma navegação pelos espaços siderais da música e da vida, ao vivo toda terça às 22h na Rádio Sens:

By Cairo Braga

The Debt Dialogues show

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In this weekly podcast series, Don Watkins, fellow at the Ayn Rand Institute, talks to a diverse range of guests about the welfare state crisis and what to do about it.

By Don Watkins

Perspectives show

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Listening to Perspectives with Ashley Berges makes life easier giving you an overall sense of wellbeing and happiness. Listen to Perspectives Monday through Friday and feel great. Do you want your own personal life coach? Ashley delivers daily shows that are as thought provoking, authentic, and powerful, as they are accessible and life changing. Hosted by award-winning author and life coach Ashley Berges, Perspectives delivers original conversations that illuminate your true life's purpose. Tune in 24/7.

By Ashley Berges

StoryShelter: Live Like You Mean It show

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Live Like You Mean It: Lessons in Living a Meaningful Life is brought to you by StoryShelter - the social space to share life's stories. We interview writers, teachers, and leaders who aren't afraid to share their story and talk about their journey towards a meaningful life.

By StoryShelter

No Related Items show

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Talk radio podcast with solo & ex Savage Garden musician Darren Hayes. Indepth Interviews and conversations with inspirational guests or dear friends about the stuff that really matters. Focus on the arts, lifestyle, equality, positive thinking. Sometimes light hearted and sometimes deeply onfessional conversations. Live recorded shows include live listener calls. Relax, sit back with a cup of tea and join me for a chat.

By Talk Talk Talk Darren Hayes

Philosophy Everyday » Podcast show

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This podcast is about philosophy for everyone, not just the people with Masters Degrees. I focus mainly on Stocism and Bushido, but any type of philosophy that helps you improve your life is fair game. I present ideas that you can try out in your own life, and see if they work for you.

By Ben Schoeffler

Politics by Aristotle show

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The Politics, by the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle, is one of the most influential texts in political philosophy. In it, Aristotle explores the role that the political community should play in developing the virtue of its citizens. One of his central ideas is that “Man is a political animal,” meaning that people can only become virtuous by active participation in the political community. Aristotle also criticizes his teacher Plato, classifies and evaluates six different types of constitutions and political institutions, and describes his vision of the ideal state. Aristotle’s views on women and slavery are unenlightened by today’s standards, but his work remains enduring and relevant to this day.(Summary by Leon Mire)

By Books Should Be Free

The Brief.>>Keeping it Brief show

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Keeping it Brief is a discussion show centered on current events of questionable importance. While Kevin, Christian and Derek may sometimes sound like they know what they’re talking about, nothing they say should be taken as fact.

By Keeping it Brief

Anthem by Ayn Rand show

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Anthem is a dystopic science fiction story taking place at some unspecified future date. Mankind has entered another dark age as a result of what Rand saw as the weaknesses of socialistic thinking and economics. Technological advancement is now carefully planned (when it is allowed to occur, if at all) and the concept of individuality has been eliminated (for example, the word “I” has disappeared from the language). As is common in her work, Rand draws a clear distinction between the “socialist/communal” values of equality and brotherhood and the “productive/capitalist” values of achievement and individuality. The story also parallels Stalinist Russia, which was currently going on at the time as the story was published.

By Books Should Be Free

411Voices show

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From A-Z the hosts of 411 VOICES radio network will entertain and inform you! Come join the conversation! Want to be a guest? Connect via our website: