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Humanist Trek

Sarah Ray & Allie Ashmead

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Humanist Trek is a weekly #StarTrek podcast about the humanism in Star Trek. Hosted by Sarah Ray 🏳️‍⚧️👩🏼 and Allie Ashmead ✊🏿👩🏿‍🦱 Available at http://www.humanisttrek.com and everywhere you replicate your podcasts!
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El último humanista

Fernando Espí

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Un programa sobre humanidades combinando la historia, psiquiatría, cine, filosofía y arte. Contacto: info@humanisticpsychiatry.com Instagram: elultimohumanista Facebook: El ultimo humanista Revista: www.humanisticpsychiatry.com YouTube: Fernando Espi Forcen
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The Humanist Report

Mike Figueredo

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The Humanist Report is a progressive political podcast that analyzes political news stories through the lens of humanism. This podcast is hosted by Mike Figueredo, a Ph.D student of public policy and political activist.
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Głosy Humanistyki

Głosy Humanistyki

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Co powiedziałaby humanistyka gdyby miała głos? Prawdopodobnie to, co tu usłyszycie 🧠 Podcast naukowo-społeczny, którego celem jest nowe spojrzenie na nauki społeczne i humanistyczne. 24 wywiady z uczonymi reprezentującymi różne dziedziny nauki. Rozmawiamy o tym, jak pracują, co ich inspiruje, jak patrzą na świat i jak myślą. Udowadniamy, że humanistyka jest nie tylko przydatna społecznie, ale także fascynująca i inspirująca. Projekt dofinansowany ze środków budżetu państwa, przyznanych przez ...
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Glass City Humanist

Douglas Berger

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Explaining Humanist values, how we can live our values to support social justice issues, and responding to science denying Christian Nationalists bent on smashing the wall between church and state. Human problems require human solutions. There will be interviews, from time to time, with Humanists and other secular people in Northwest Ohio and beyond.
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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.
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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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BC Humanists Podcast

BC Humanist Association

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We are building a community based on reason and compassion in BC through education, outreach, support, and advocacy. This podcast contains recordings of speakers at our weekly Sunday Meetings in Vancouver. Some speakers may use profanity or discuss explicit content.
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The Humanist

Chad Prevost

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Live your values. Find sanctuary. Discover and embrace your authentic self. With thought leaders, visionaries, and everyday citizens from Chattanooga and beyond, Dr. Chad explores the profound question: Who are you, and what does it mean to be authentic? What does it mean to be human now? Is it always now? Embark on your path of self-discovery and purposeful living. Leading an authentic life begins with leading yourself first. How do you find the courage to be true to who you are, even in th ...
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Humanist Agenda

HumanistAgenda.com

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The Humanist Agenda is a podcast recorded and produced by humanists in Canada. We discuss various topics from a humanist's perspective that may include philosophy, history, science and current events.
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The Humanist Hour (HH) Audio Podcast is a monthly one-hour talk show produced by the American Humanist Association. Every episode of the HH Audio Podcast explores a different area of humanist thought, from politics to pop culture.
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Global Humanist Shoptalk

M L Clark

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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.
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The Humanist Hubris Podcast

Mxolisi B Masuku

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A Humanist Podcast from Zimbabwe. Designed to introduce and promote Free-thought and Secular Non-religious perspectives as a viable and more constructive alternative to live a more meaningful life. Primarily hosted by Mxolisi B Masuku and Tauya Chinama
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Jerb The Humanist

Jeremiah

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This is the audio feed for the hangout portion of Jeremiah's YouTube channel, Jerb the Humanist. In it, Jeremiah talks to activists and other folks doing important work online and in meatspace.
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An Eclectic Humanist

eclectichumanist

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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 ...
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The Christian Humanist

Damian Tharcisius

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Hello Everyone. Welcome to the Christian 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. Best D
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Humanist Experience

Atheists United Studios

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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 ...
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Humanists@Work Podcast

Humanists@Work

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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 Humanist Dude

The 'H' Dude

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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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Welcome to Democracy Watch - brought to you by Matt Jones of The Humanist Network, where meaningful conversations converge on the pillars of democracy, human rights, and profound philosophical explorations. I'm your host, Matt Jones, author of the book "Where have the Patriots Gone?" Here at Democracy Watch we: 🌐 Explore Democracy: Dive into discussions that unravel the intricacies of democratic systems, dissecting current events, historical contexts, and the evolving landscape. We believe i ...
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How would you feel if you had to go back in time and watch your young self receive the worst bullying of your life all over again? How can Spock's dad stand by and watch his son endure this trauma and not intervene? Are the big expectations placed on Vulcan children healthy or harmful? Join our hike team or Donate at: humanisttrek.com/hike Play alo…
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Chad Prevost and Ben Cake explore the complexities of authenticity in various contexts, including personal relationships, marketing, and conflict resolution. They emphasize the importance of understanding the intent of others, simplifying complex ideas, and fostering a culture of acceptance and understanding. They also discuss the value of authenti…
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In this episode, we confront the realities of urban development and its impact on local communities. Peggy Daly-Masternak, coordinator of the I-475 Neighborhoods Coalition, sits down with us to discuss the group's determined fight against the proposed widening of Interstate 475 in Toledo. Peggy details the coalition's efforts to ensure that the voi…
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The co-hosts welcome Dave, aka BadMouse, who was a prominent Stalinist YouTuber but has since recanted. They discuss why some youth find Stalinism appealing, and why Dave himself turned to it. He then recounts how and why he became disillusioned. He and the co-hosts discuss “becom[ing] OK with not necessarily having all the answers,” and how to hel…
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Małgorzata Lisowska-Magdziarz, profesorka Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego 🎥 Medioznawczyni i semiolożka, specjalizująca się w semiotyce mediów i kultury popularnej, edukacji medialnej oraz metodach badań mediów. Profesorka Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. Kierowniczka przynależącego do Instytutu Dziennikarstwa Zakładu Ośrodka Badań Prasoznawczych. Przewo…
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Chad Prevost explores personal growth and authenticity through various discussions, delving into the unconscious realm and examining the personal and collective unconscious, archetypes, and the hero's journey. He shares insights on navigating power dynamics and integrating conscious and unconscious aspects for personal growth. Prevost also discusse…
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Animated Sarah and Animated Allie beam into the ST:TAS universe! Why did they leave Melllvar on that dead star? Play along with our Starfleet Academy Cadet Challenge -- Share this episode using the hashtag #StarfleetChallenge on social media! Visit our website at humanisttrek.com Support the show at patreon.com/humanisttrek Pick up your merch at th…
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Today's conversation revolves around the role of creativity and entrepreneurship in shaping culture, the importance of belief and support in creative collaboration, and the challenges of bringing creative visions to life. Taylor Jones and Eric Brown emphasize the need for a holistic approach to culture building that prioritizes both individual and …
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We think we know what a "republic" is, but what did the Romans mean with their phrase "res publica"? What about the Italian humanists? And how did they distinguish a republic from a tyranny? We take a look at two more chapters from James Hankins's book, Virtue Politics, a groundbreaking examination of Renaissance political theory. These chapters fo…
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CONTENT NOTE: Parts of this discussion touch on child abuse and suicide. Perry Bulwer is the author of Misguided: My Jesus Freak Life in a Doomsday Cult. Misguided is a unique first-hand account of a life spent in the Children of God, a/k/a The Family, a millenarian doomsday sex cult under the sway of a charismatic leader, David Berg. In 1972, Perr…
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Chad Prevost and friend of the show, Richie Daigle, discuss their experiences with identity and purpose, exploring the complexities of being identified by one's profession. Richie shares his struggles with being defined solely as a professional baseball player after his playing career ended, and what he did upon graduating during the economic reces…
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Chad recounts his terrifying experience during a whitewater rafting trip. What is the difference between giving up and surrendering when it comes to how we live our (extra)ordinary lives? Tune in and find out. You'll be glad that Chad lived and what you can takeaway from his harrowing experience. High Notes: The concept of surrender and letting go.…
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Patrons Sara and Russell join Sarah, Allie, and Becca for a fun game of TrekWord! Play along with our Starfleet Academy Cadet Challenge -- Share this episode using the hashtag #StarfleetChallenge on social media! Visit our website at humanisttrek.com Support the show at patreon.com/humanisttrek Pick up your merch at threadless.com/humanisttrek Soci…
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Have you ever wondered how to mark life's transitions without relying on traditional religious ceremonies? Megan Sheldon, co-founder and CEO of Be Ceremonial, joins us to illuminate the world of humanist rituals. Megan shares her inspiring journey from personal grief to empowering others in creating secular ceremonies that resonate with their authe…
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Today's conversation centers around the importance of addressing stigmas associated with men's mental health and the need for supportive resources and community engagement. Chad and friend of the show, James Dawson, emphasize the interconnectedness of mental health and wellness, and share their experiences with men's mental health retreats and brea…
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Episode 116: Is There Life After Tankieism?: BadMouse Recants, BadMouths StalinismThe co-hosts welcome Dave, aka BadMouse, who was a prominent Stalinist YouTuber but has since recanted. They discuss why some youth find Stalinism appealing, and why Dave himself turned to it. He then recounts how and why he became disillusioned. He and the co-hosts d…
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Chad Prevost and James Dawson discuss their experiences with burnout in startup culture, emphasizing the importance of self-care and setting realistic expectations. They also explore the intersection of neuroscience and personal growth, and share their personal experiences with cold water plunging. The conversation highlights the role of perspectiv…
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When Kirk and an old lover get Freaky Friday body swapped, the crew must uncover the truth. Why can't women be starship captains? Why haven't you joined our team or donated to support suicide prevention yet? Join our hike team or Donate at: humanisttrek.com/hike Play along with our Starfleet Academy Cadet Challenge -- Share this episode using the h…
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A pandemic. A changing climate. A hopelessly divided country. Christianity threatened by Islam. Universities completely out of touch with normal people. Late medieval Italy was a basket case. All the while, a small group of men was dreaming of the Roman Empire - maybe emulating Rome was the way to save Italy? In his book Virtue Politics, James Hank…
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This episode's conversation revolves around the themes of creativity, vulnerability, and personal growth. Genesis emphasized the importance of practicing vulnerability in creative endeavors, and with Chad Prevost and Ben Cake, they discussed the need for radical new ways to understand and practice humanism. This includes sharing experiences with em…
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The central focus of the first month's theme for The Humanist is understanding Authenticity. Why? Partly because the title of the podcast almost featured authenticity in the first place. Partly because authenticity seems to be having "a moment" culturally, and we aim to find out what's going on: How authentic is authenticity really when it comes to…
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In the penultimate episode of Star Trek: The Original Series, KSM find themselves on a planet whose people have time warped into the past to escape their planet's sun going nova. Is Kirk a witch? Will Spock finally put McCoy in his place? What happens if these people fuck up the space time continuum? Play along with our Starfleet Academy Cadet Chal…
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We take a very deep dive into the topic of White Christian Nationalism and why it is an existential threat to the religious freedom for all of us. Then we hear from keynote speaker Dr. Anthea Butler at the recent Summit for Religious Freedom, who well versed on the danger we are facing. Show Notes Subscribe to our free newsletter Check out our merc…
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The central focus of the first month's theme for The Humanist is understanding Authenticity. Why? Partly because the title of the podcast almost featured authenticity in the first place. Partly because authenticity seems to be having "a moment" culturally, and we aim to find out what's going on: How authentic is authenticity really when it comes to…
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Subscribe now and start your journey to a more authentic life. Find out more about Big Self School: Discover the transformative power of Big Self School, where personal growth meets professional development. Unlock your full potential and achieve your wildest dreams through our innovative courses, workshops, and coaching programs. Led by industry e…
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The co-hosts expose a real-world case of spurious correlation—the correlation between industry-level “values” and “prices,” drawing on chapter 11 of Andrew’s book, Reclaiming Marx’s “Capital,” and “Christianity versus Alternative Faith Bases,” his parody of the value-price correlation “studies.” They discuss why the value-price correlations are spu…
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When the Enterprise drops by Planet "Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln", good and evil are put into a poorly executed experiment. Did Duane the Rock Monster learn anything today? Why is President Lincoln army crawling in his nice suit? Were Lincoln's own words used in this episode? Play along with our Starfleet Academy Cadet Challenge -- Share this ep…
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The poet of Joan of Arc, and a notable example of a female writer in the premodern period, Christine de Pizan took a turn at the popular humanist genre of the mirror to princes in her book "The Book of the Body Politics." Jonathan and Ryan take a look at her characterization of virtue, corporal punishment, and what it takes to educate a Caesar. Ric…
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Hey there, Big Self Show listeners! We want to take a moment to express our heartfelt gratitude for your unwavering support and loyalty throughout our incredible journey together. It's been an absolute pleasure exploring the depths of personal growth, self-discovery, and transformation with you. As we evolve and grow, so too does our podcast. We're…
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James Kirk, Jeff Bezos, and Elon Musk walk into a bar. Speaking of, this episode of Star Trek: The Original Series sets the bar pretty high. This week, Kirk and the gang stumble into a scathing indictment on the class inequality in American and around the world. Is capitalism killing us? Are the people who are most subjugated essentially forced to …
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In this riveting episode of The Tech Humanist Show, Kate O’Neill sits down with Aimee’ Killeen and Chuck Greely, two pivotal figures in the water sector, to explore the confluence of technology, environmental science, and water management. Aimee’ Killeen, President of the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and COO of Providence Engineering and Envi…
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Taken down to their etymological components, scriptures are any written texts and literature is any human craft involving letters, usually of some alphabet or another. But etymological roots don’t go far making sense of the fascination and the division and the devotion and the emotion that literature and scriptures bring forth in readers of all sor…
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Karolina Safarzyńska, profesorka Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego 🌳 Jest jedną z niewielu badaczek w Polsce zajmujących się “nową ekonomią”- ewolucyjną, ekologiczną i złożoności. Zainteresowana także ekonomią instytucjonalną, behawioralną, środowiska i gospodarki oraz modelowaniem. Fascynują ją zagadnienia związane ze zmianami technologicznymi, złożonośc…
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We update a school busing dispute with implications regarding church and state separation. We also look into the expansion of school vouchers in Ohio, revealing that the program primarily benefits higher-income families already in private schools rather than helping low-income students in struggling public schools. 00:50 School Busing Dispute Updat…
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Radio Free Humanity Ep. 114: “Canadian Politics: The White-Nationalist Right & Indigenous Nations (with Theresa Henry).” Current-events segment: Victory against both-sidesism at NBC—dictator-enabling Ronna McDaniel fired after news staffers revolt.MHI
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When the Enterprise tracks down a rogue band of Space Hippies, Star Trek gets baked out of its mind and takes a big swing at the counterculture movements of the 1960's. Why haven't we eaten the rich yet? Is the grass greener on the other religion? Do you reach, man? Play along with our Starfleet Academy Cadet Challenge -- Share this episode using t…
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En el audio de hoy viene Ignacio (Nacho) Del Pozo, invitado de lujo, jurista y esperto en historia de España. Libro de Nacho, "Españoles Invisibles": https://www.amazon.es/ESPA%C3%91OLES-INVISIBLES-IGNACIO-POZO-GUITI%C3%89RREZ/dp/841935922X/ref=sr_1_1?__mk_es_ES=%C3%85M%C3%85%C5%BD%C3%95%C3%91&crid=33A413436XJOP&dib=eyJ2IjoiMSJ9.I7PcQ7D9pDotXSX1yNm…
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En el audio de hoy viene Ignacio (Nacho) Del Pozo, invitado de lujo, jurista y esperto en historia de España. Libro de Nacho, "Españoles Invisibles": https://www.amazon.es/ESPA%C3%91OLES-INVISIBLES-IGNACIO-POZO-GUITI%C3%89RREZ/dp/841935922X/ref=sr_1_1?__mk_es_ES=%C3%85M%C3%85%C5%BD%C3%95%C3%91&crid=33A413436XJOP&dib=eyJ2IjoiMSJ9.I7PcQ7D9pDotXSX1yNm…
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In his essay "On Educating Children," a follow-up to his denunciation of pedantry, Michel de Montaigne warns that "natural affection makes parents too soft" and incapable of properly disciplining their children, or even of letting their children take the risks and encounter the dangers they ought to. Book-learning, in Montaigne's essay, takes a bac…
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Welcome to another episode of The Hopeful Humanist Cafe. In this episode I attempt to tie a number of threads together from some of the pitfalls of self-care to the importance of hope, openness, and compassion for a healing or recovery journey. Quotes: 1) "Hope" is the thing with feathers - That perches in the soul -And sings the tune without the w…
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