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THE INTELLECTUAL DARK WEB PODCAST We Search the Web for the Best Intellectual Dark Web Podcasts, Lectures and Videos that can be understood by merely listening to save YOUR time. Then we make those Intellectual Dark Web Episodes available on Spotify and downloadable. --- FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, A GLOBAL PEACEFUL WORLD BASED ON FREEDOM, REASON AND PROGRESS. ***NOT AFFILIATED WITH PETER KANZLER OR ANY OF THE SPEAKERS*** The Leviathan, The Two Treatises of Government, The Social Contract and The US C ...
 
How would a value investor like Warren Buffett look at today's crazy markets? What stocks would he buy? And what would he say about today's much-loved or much-hated companies? Featured in Financial Times, Fortune, Barron's, Business Insider, MarketWatch, and many others, Vitaliy Katsenelson's often contrarian articles on value investing, classical music, and life in general have already generated something of a cult following. You can now listen to his articles (old and new) read aloud by a ...
 
We live in very innovative times where intellectual property rights - patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets - are a key component to the future success of almost any career or business. Join Jeff Harty biweekly as he interviews patent and trademark professors, in house IP counsel, business leaders, IP trial attorneys and even members of the judiciary who will provide unique perspectives on what it takes to develop a successful strategy in dealing with intellectual property. Whet ...
 
The Intellectual Property (IP) industry can be complex & confusing - but it doesn’t have to be. Whether you’re an inventor, entrepreneur or just a nerd for IP, legal experts Nick Gingo and Kyle Fleming explore and untangle the vast landscape of Intellectual Property, one topic at a time. Tune in each month as they discuss the hottest IP news & issues of the world. Brought to you by Renner Otto, a Cleveland-based boutique IP law firm that has been protecting, defending and advancing innovatio ...
 
Hello and welcome to The Greenshoots Intellectual Property Podcast by Appleyard Lees, a conversation about intellectual property, focused on stories and insights from IP professionals, inventors and entrepreneurs at the forefront of creating and managing IP. In 2021, we continue to discuss best practice for monetising and protecting IP, and consider how innovators and businesses may need to adapt to new working practices in a post-COVID-19 world. If you have a question or issue you’d like ou ...
 
When humanity appears to be at its breaking point... Two men offer up their voices in the darkness! Leading the huddled masses into the safe harbor of good business practices, 80's music and headline news, we introduce the IP... Frequently podcast. Meet David and Brad, two small businessmen giving you the straight talk every week on IP… Frequently. Subscribe and stay up-to-date on their weekly stream of episodes.
 
Welcome to Intellectual Stupidity! A podcast where we talk about all sorts of topics from intellectually stimulating to downright stupid. Run by your hosts Allon, Alon, and Anthony. Whether you want to learn, laugh, or lose brain cells, Intellectual Stupidity is the podcast for you. (Please do not take anything we say as fact, we are all a bunch of dumbasses).
 
I’ve always loved speaking with people, whether they’re the founder or a tech company, a customer service representative, or a showroom floor associate. People who are passionate about their product and often, their journey is just as interesting. Join me for candid conversations with guests across industries, on The Intellectual People Podcast.
 
The voice of the Millennial Black Woman isn't about Love & Hip Hop and Slut Walks, it's about the essence of Woman, our Experience, and our True Voice. Sit back and enjoy the ride because we have a lot to say, and we're #UnapologeticallyBlack in every way. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/intellectual-society/support
 
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In this video, Julie explains her journey from full-time Corporate America to deciding to quit her job and live a nomadic life around the world. https://juliedevivre.com https://www.facebook.com/juliedevivre https://www.instagram.com/juliebrose/ https://www.youtube.com/c/juliedevivr... https://twitter.com/juliebrose #nomad #digitalnomad #solotravel…
 
In 1739, Scottish philosopher David Hume set out to chart the nature and limits of human knowledge. He published his theories and findings in what would become one of philosophy’s most influential works, A Treatise of Human Nature. Professor Edward Hall is the Department Chair of Harvard University’s Department of Philosophy. His work focuses on me…
 
Interview with Philipp von Kapff – Member of the Boards of Appeal at the EUIPO – Evergreening of Trademarks – Metaverse Trademarks – Scope of an Appeal – IP Fridays – Episode 133 Linkedin Profile of Philipp von Kapff JULES GENTS (fig.) / Joules (R 1123/2018-1) Decision The book Concise European Trademark Law The post Interview with Philipp von Kapf…
 
During a recent trip to NYC, Vitaliy got the opportunity to practice his favorite Stoic principles. While he had plans to see his favorite opera with his family, the universe conspired to make different plans. You can read this article online here: https://contrarianedge.com/sitting-on-the-tarmac-in-the-land-of-stoicism/…
 
The Objectivism Book Study is meeting through 2022 to study Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand, by Leonard Peikoff. This week the reading was: Ch. 2 – The perceptual level as the given 52-54 Ch. 2 – The primary choice as the choice to focus or not 55-62 “It is the mark of an educated man to look for precision in each class of things just so fa…
 
Biden doesn’t see the reason for all the consternation about 8.5% inflation…as David and Brad point out, at least it’s not 10%. To add to the pandemonium, a CO2 shortage could lead to a dry spell for beer. All that and more, only on IP…Frequently.
 
In today’s episode, retired U.S. District Court Judge John Jarvey talks about his time on the bench dealing with intellectual property cases, his background, and his work now helping parties resolve disputes through mediation. He has insights on what works in the courtroom and motion practice in IP disputes. He also has experience resolving dispute…
 
During the final weeks of the summer, the Institute of Intellectual History brings a series of new interviews with leading intellectual historians about their career and work in intellectual history. In this sixth interview, we present a conversation with Maria Rosa Antognazza. is a professor of Philosophy at King’s College London. Her research int…
 
In this episode, patent attorneys partner Richard Bray, and senior associate Paul Roscoe, and European patent attorney Tom Gregory, discuss the direction of innovation in autonomous vehicle technology, and recent trends in artificial intelligence-based (AI) patent filings more generally. For more information on Appleyard Lees go to appleyardlees.co…
 
The Ohio State University was able to register it’s THE trademark. In this episode, Nick and Kyle discuss the road OSU took to register their THE mark and how brand owners might want to take a page from the Buckeyes in assessing their own marks.بقلم Nick Gingo and Kyle Fleming
 
Although much has changed in the United States since the eighteenth century, our framework for gun laws still largely relies on the Second Amendment and the patterns that emerged in the colonial era. America has long been a heavily armed, and racially divided, society, yet few citizens understand either why militias appealed to the Founding Fathers…
 
There's a common story we tell about America: that our fundamental values as a country were stated in the Declaration of Independence, fought for in the Revolution, and made law in the Constitution. But, with the country increasingly divided, this story isn't working for us anymore--what's more, it's not even true. As Kermit Roosevelt argues in thi…
 
Before Albert Einstein, our understanding of space, time, and gravity hadn’t really shifted from the theories that Sir Isaac Newton developed in the 1700s. But in 1905, Einstein published his theory of special relativity; he’d discovered that time can warp in the universe. Then, he published his theory of general relativity and gave us a completely…
 
Ideology drives American foreign policy in ways seen and unseen. Racialized notions of subjecthood and civilization underlay the political revolution of eighteenth-century white colonizers; neoconservatism, neoliberalism, and unilateralism propelled the post–Cold War United States to unleash catastrophe in the Middle East. Ideologies order and expl…
 
Charles Dawin’s 1859 book The Origin of Species introduced his famous theory of evolution. Darwin developed his theories of life and evolution after a historic voyage circumnavigating the globe on the H.M.S. Beagle. Most people at the time believed what the naturalist theologians believed: that God had created organisms perfectly adapted to their e…
 
Black Communist women throughout the early to mid-twentieth century fought for and led mass campaigns in the service of building collective power in the fight for liberation. Through concrete materialist analysis of the conditions of Black workers, these women argued that racial and economic equality can only be achieved by overthrowing capitalism.…
 
Franz Boas is remembered today as one of the most important figures in the history of anthropology. In the United States, he is widely created with creating the modern field of anthropology or at least being one of the key people involved in its creation. And yet despite this fact, no biography of the life of Franz Boas has ever been written -- unt…
 
Enjoyment appears as purely private matter, but this is by far not the case. Ever since Aristotle the philosophical social critique is tormented by the question, whether the libidinal tendencies of human subjects allow the construction of a just political-economic order. It seemed at first that in modernity this problem had been overcome. Economic …
 
The intricacies of imperialism and colonialism within the context of the Bible are nuanced and varied. Understanding the legacy of European Imperialism requires careful reflection of the Bible’s affinity with the empire and concentration of power. In this episode of Humanities Matter, Dr. Steedman Vernyl Davidson, author of Writing/Reading the Bibl…
 
Since the global financial crash of 2008, artists have become increasingly engaged in a wide range of cultural activism targeted against capitalism, political authoritarianism, colonial legacies, gentrification, but also in opposition to their own exploitation. They have also absorbed and reflected forms of protest within their art practice itself.…
 
How did superpower competition and the cold war affect writers in the decolonizing world? In The Aesthetic Cold War: Decolonization and Global Literature (Princeton UP, 2022), Peter Kalliney explores the various ways that rival states used cultural diplomacy and the political police to influence writers. In response, many writers from Africa, Asia,…
 
Although the Epistle of Barnabas may be best known for its Two Ways Tradition or its anti-Jewish use of Scripture, its contents reveal much that will be of interest to anyone studying Christian origins. In keeping with other contributions to the Apostolic Fathers Commentary Series, Jonathon Lookadoo's book The Epistle of Barnabas: A Commentary (Cas…
 
In this all-time favorite, Blanche's sister Charmaine and Stan's cousin Magda are both in Miami at the same time. Charmaine and Blanche appear to be getting along--a surprise for Hollingsworth siblings--until Blanche is convinced Charmaine borrowed her life story and sexual escapades for her book. Meanwhile, Magda butts heads with all of the other …
 
The Death of Transcendence (Palgrave MacMillan, 2022) presents a clear and compelling close reading and interpretation of the five essays included in Jean Améry’s At the Mind’s limit, describing them as one continuous and progressing argument on the possibility of human society in wake of the Holocaust. Through the works of philosophers such as Wit…
 
The Democratic Socialists of America have exploded in the last few years, going from just a couple thousand members to close to a hundred thousand. This was from a combination of factors; two insurgent presidential campaigns by Bernie Sanders, a proto-fascistic movement coalescing around Donald Trump, the specter of climate change, a worldwide pand…
 
Throughout his career, the internationally renowned Haitian anthropologist Michel-Rolph Trouillot unsettled key concepts in anthropology, history, postcolonial studies, Black studies, Caribbean studies, and beyond. From his early critique of the West to the ongoing challenges he leveled at disciplinary and intellectual boundaries and formations, Tr…
 
1848 was the Year of Revolutions in Europe. It was also the year that Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels published The Communist Manifesto, proposing a new, classless society. As revolutions erupted across the globe, many turned to the ideals of Communism to replace old and fast-crumbling feudal systems. But Communism didn’t take off everywhere. Harvar…
 
From the fourteenth through the nineteenth centuries Japanese monks created hundreds of maps to construct and locate their place in a Buddhist world. Expansively illustrated with multiple maps and illustrations, The Japanese Buddhist World Map: Religious Vision and the Cartographic Imagination (University of Hawai’i Press, 2021) by D. Max Moerman i…
 
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