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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 ...
 
Host Douglas Berger will be talking about Humanist values and how we live them each day. He will share local news and issues of interest to Humanists and other freethinkers. And from time to time interview other Humanists, secular people, or people who share our values. If you consider yourself a Humanist or want to find out more about Humanism and our values, then this podcast will be your one stop shop. It will be an experience for all ages.
 
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.
 
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 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 provide insight an ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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Show Notes and Links: Who The Uyghurs Are And Why China Is Targeting Them (NPR) Who are the Uyghurs? (Britannica) Xinjiang: China defends 'education' camps (BBC) Uighurs reflect on 2009 violence that set off Chinese crackdown (Washington Post) The Persecution of China’s Muslim Uyghurs (Religion & Politics) 'Their goal is to destroy everyone': Uighu…
 
The co-hosts discuss Andrew’s paper, Marx’s Reproduction Schemes as an Unbalanced-Growth Model, which challenges decades of commentary on the schemes of reproduction in volume 2 of Marx’s Capital. According to the conventional wisdom, the schemes are equilibrium models, in which production of means of production and production of consumption goods …
 
In this episode, we talk to Chris Highland a former Protestant minister for 14 years and an Interfaith chaplain for 25 years. We discuss his journey to Humanism, his efforts trying to build bridges between people of faith and freethinkers, and his various writings on the topic including a weekly column in his local newspaper. We'll also touch on hi…
 
There’s a second pandemic infecting the minds of millions of Americans: stupidity. We’ll discuss the (many) prominent conservatives whose anti-vax views lead to their demises, the impact COVID is having on doctors and nurses in ICUs, and a massive outbreak caused by a single teacher in California. These topics and more will be discussed in today’s …
 
ALI Fellow Katherine Bradshaw returns to New Humanists, in installment number two of our discussion of Shakespeare's Roman plays. This week, we talk about The Tragedy of Julius Caesar. What happened to the nascent republic of Coriolanus? Why does a dictator now rule Rome? And how does his murder give birth to a new regime? Jan Blits's edition of Ju…
 
Hoy hablaremos del origen de nuestra existencia desde el comienzo del universo con la ayuda de nuestro querido amigo José Rafael Gómez Colaborador: José Rafael Gómez. Podcast de José. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/universo-de-misterios/id1264198614 Música: Max Richter: The Wanderer, Event Horizon…
 
Hoy hablaremos del origen de nuestra existencia desde el comienzo del universo con la ayuda de nuestro querido amigo José Rafael Gómez Colaborador: José Rafael Gómez. Podcast de José. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/universo-de-misterios/id1264198614 Música: Max Richter: The Wanderer, Event Horizon…
 
With each passing day America looks more like the 2006 film ‘Idiocracy.’ Millions of Americans are rejecting reality, becoming increasingly conspiratorial, and are vehemently anti-vaccine all while a global pandemic ravages the world. Even as Trump encourages vaccinations—and prominent Republican media figures die from the virus—conservative anti-v…
 
Show Notes and Links: Every London, Ont., athletes’ performance at the Tokyo Olympics (Global News) Team USA top the Olympic medal table. Or is it China? Or … San Marino? (The Guardian) Canadian Soccer Player Quinn Becomes The First Out Trans And Nonbinary Gold Medalist (NPR) Olympic athlete Laurel Hubbard just shattered a transphobic myth (MSNBC) …
 
In this episode, we talk to John Lombard, a former evangelical missionary and church planter, who spent over 25 years in China. We talk about his journey to Humanism, his important work as a Cultural Diversity consultant for businesses, and his long time efforts to educate the west about the Mosuo, an ethnic minority in China. Show Notes (including…
 
In this episode we’ll focus on two issues: Afghanistan and anti-vaxxers. We’ll discuss Biden’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, the media’s coverage of said withdrawal, and the right’s reluctance to accept refugees. When it comes to anti-vaxxers, they’re becoming increasingly unhinged as mandatory vaccines gain popularity as a policy tool and with the …
 
Did Shakespeare actually know anything about Ancient Rome? Or was he just writing Classical Fan-Fiction? ALI Greek & Latin Fellow Katherine Bradshaw, a scholar of both Shakespeare and the Classical world, joins Jonathan and Ryan for a discussion of The Tragedy of Coriolanus, one of the last plays Shakespeare wrote: an examination of the Roman Repub…
 
Show Notes and Links: Man Who ‘Punched Horse’ at Anti-Lockdown Protest Faces Animal Cruelty Charge (Vice) LA man who mocked Covid-19 vaccines dies of virus (BBC News) The coronavirus pandemic 'Great Reset' theory and a false vaccine claim debunked (BBC News) Three Seashells from Demolition Man (YouTube) Debunking the Bill Gates 'Microchip' Conspira…
 
In this episode, Douglas talks to science teacher and communicator Reggie Finley about the importance of science and critical thinking especially in this time of the pandemic. Reggie also discusses his personal journey from angry atheist and host of The Infidel Guy Show to a science educator reaching out and changing the lives of his students. Show…
 
Brendan and Andrew interview Avishai Green, author of Speaking Bullshit to Power: Populismand the Rhetoric of Bullshit and doctoral student in political science at the Hebrew University ofJerusalem. Employing the concept of bullshit (speech that lacks concern with truth) that HarryFrankfurt’s On Bullshit made famous, and referring frequently to sta…
 
Hoy hablaremos de las sensaciones y sentimientos al visitar Puerto Rico. Foto: Castillo de San Felipe del Morro (Fernando Espí Forcén) Música: Folias de España (Marais, Savall); Triste España (Juan del Encina); Suite para Cello (Bach, Casals); Canto Gregoriano; Boricua en La Luna (Roy Brown); Que será (José Feliciano).…
 
Hoy hablaremos de las sensaciones y sentimientos al visitar Puerto Rico. Foto: Castillo de San Felipe del Morro (Fernando Espí Forcén) Música: Folias de España (Marais, Savall); Triste España (Juan del Encina); Suite para Cello (Bach, Casals); Canto Gregoriano; Boricua en La Luna (Roy Brown); Que será (José Feliciano).…
 
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn is an unlikely candidate for “humanist,” especially because of his denunciation of humanism in his infamous Harvard Address. Does the great Russian dissident have something to teach aspiring humanists? Jonathan and Ryan take a look at two famous exhortations from Solzhenitsyn, “Live Not By Lies,” an essay from 1974, and “A Wo…
 
It’s the 300th episode of the program—and don’t you DARE say anything about the lame reference to an old movie from the 2000s! We’ve done this 300 times, the creativity is gone! Anyways, we’ll discuss Nina Turner’s campaign, the cover-up in Flint, the Frito-Lay strike, GOP lunatics and much more! Enjoy the show!…
 
The co-hosts welcome Keith Kahn-Harris, author of Denial: The Unspeakable Truth. They discuss what the various kinds of denialism have in common, strategies to fight denialism, and confronting the “post-denialist” environment into which Kahn-Harris thinks we’re moving. Much of the discussion focuses on his claims that denialism is a bad-faith strat…
 
In this episode Douglas gives an update on upcoming activities of the Secular Humanists of Western Lake Erie. Next he gives his thoughts about social justice, Humanism, and a new book about that very subject from Roy Speckhardt. Show Notes Subscribe to our free newsletter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/glasscityhumanist/message…
 
What is humane education? Are there techniques you can use to get students to appreciate the great books? Jonathan and Ryan discuss Donald Phillip Verene’s The Art of Humane Education, a powerful series of short letters about teaching, eloquence, the western canon, science and technology. And memes - don’t forget about the memes. Donald Phillip Ver…
 
Show Notes and Links: Conspiracy Theorists Think Covid Vaccine Makes You Magnetic (YouTube) Preliminary Assessment: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (US Government) SpaceX night launch…not a UFO (YouTube) Mind-bending optical illusion leaves witnesses stumped (The Sun) Earth-like biospheres on other planets may be rare (Science Daily) How One Man Has …
 
The co-hosts welcome back Ravi Bali to discuss his recently-published essay, “On Conducting Arguments in an Honest, Revolutionary Manner.” Ravi explains why he thinks truth-seeking should be an important goal for revolutionaries, and why revolutionaries should debate differences among us, instead of assuming that it’s sufficient to agree about “the…
 
In this episode we’ll talk about the future of the Democratic Party: India Walton and Nina Turner. The Democratic Party establishment is doing everything to stop Nina Turner’s momentum in Ohio. Meanwhile, Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown is still refusing to concede after being defeated by socialist India Walton, and has since resorted to Trumpian attacks…
 
Hoy regresa mi querido hermano gemelo, el profesor de historia del arte de la Universidad de Murcia Carlos Espí Forcén para hablarnos de la campaña propagandística de Octavio Augusto a través de las imágenes y las artes. Curso de arte Ibérico de Carlos: https://casiopea.um.es/cursospe//artearqueologia.f Música: Augustus Caesar de Derek Fiechter htt…
 
Hoy regresa mi querido hermano gemelo, el profesor de historia del arte de la Universidad de Murcia Carlos Espí Forcén para hablarnos de la campaña propagandística de Octavio Augusto a través de las imágenes y las artes. Curso de arte Ibérico de Carlos: https://casiopea.um.es/cursospe//artearqueologia.f Música: Augustus Caesar de Derek Fiechter htt…
 
In this episode we’ll honor the life and legacy of Senator Mike Gravel. We’ll also talk about Julian Assange, infrastructure negotiations, growing authoritarianism within the GOP, the rising popularity of socialism, the impact of gerrymandering on the 2022 midterms, and more!بقلم Mike Figueredo
 
Jonathan and Ryan continue their discussion of Alan Jacobs’s book The Year of Our Lord 1943: Christian Humanism in an Age of Crisis. This book stars C.S. Lewis, Simone Weil, W.H. Auden, Jacques Maritain, and T.S. Eliot, and on this episode of New Humanists, your hosts continue to tease out the implications for our current transhumanist moment, hitt…
 
In this episode, we talk to Pam Niese, a Registered Nurse from Glandorf, Ohio, who volunteers with the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network. Pam helps fundraise and lobby on issues important to cancer patients and survivors. We find out that Cancer sucks and is not political or religious in its destruction. She also lets us know what we ca…
 
Show Notes and Links: 10 Failed Doomsday Predictions (Britannica) 2012 Mayan apocalypse (Wikipedia) Harold Camping (Wikipedia) Chen Tao cult (Wikipedia) That Time People Thought a Comet Would Gas Us All to Death (Wired) Joanna Southcott (Wikipedia) Great Fire of London (Wikipedia) Johannes Stöffler (Wikipedia) Y2K (Wikipedia) /r/Preppers (Reddit) L…
 
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