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Humanist Trek

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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!
 
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

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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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
 
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.
 
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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We learn about the recent Ohio law that forces colleges and universities to do what many already do - make accommodations for religious believers. A push for safe housing in Maumee gets a push back from landlords not wanting to spend the money to comply. March 1st brings an end to the pandemic allotment of food stamps. People shouldn't have to worr…
 
What is the "Hard Case" for self-care? Why do we so often, when helping others, try to get to offering solutions instead of just being there to honour and validate another person's reality. Sometimes the first step in the change process is just taking time to notice. Quote for the year: "I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to…
 
When Romulus dies, the city of Rome is riven by ethnic conflict between Romans and Sabines, and class conflict between senators and plebeians. The city cannot agree on its next king; an interregnum ensues. The stalemate is eventually resolved in favor of Numa Pompilius, who is crowned king of Rome in a mysterious, mystical ceremony which almost see…
 
It has been one hell of a start to the new year but there is still fight in us as the true face of humanity! So stay tuned because it's about to get a whole lot more intense! I love all of you and look out for the first ten episodes this week! 💜💖💯--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mizzvee32/message…
 
Brendan interviews Andrew about his new article, “Value, Price & Prattle,” which responds to a recent paper in Historical Materialism by Jesse Lopes and Chris Byron. Andrew reiterates his request that the journal and its publisher retract the paper, because it misrepresents things that Marx and Andrew wrote and contains other serious errors. The co…
 
Somethin’s brewin’ on the podcast. I wonder what it could be? If you’ve seen the stage musical version of “The Cotton Patch Gospel” you know what and whom we’re talking about, but just in case you’ve never heard that musical, or if you’ve not read The Cotton Patch Gospels, or if you have no idea about anything I’ve mentioned up to this point, you’r…
 
John Milton's clarion call to educators to "repair the ruins of our first parents" has inspired countless teachers and parents in the classical education movement and beyond. But is Milton really the classical education ally he appears to be? In "On Education" he pays lip service to grammar, logic, and rhetoric - the three components of the Trivium…
 
The book I expected to read would present all the ways in which human communities in the digital age are dealing with a decentralized authority structure, how any given woman or man might jump on the Internet, either through a browser or a social-media program or by some other means, and encounter half a dozen figures, all competing for status as a…
 
Gabriel Donnelly, a young labor activist and Marxist-Humanist, joins the co-hosts to discuss his new article, “Workers’ Self-Organization: New Unionization Drives and Their Contradictions.” They talk about how the new unions and unionization campaigns depart from established unionism and about the link between the resurgent unionism and social move…
 
Giambattista Vico was a Renaissance Man after the Renaissance, but he was largely forgotten for centuries. As a professor of rhetoric, he often had the occasion to speak and write about the education of the young. We take a look at some of his orations on the topic, which are a mine of profound insight. Vico has some complaints that will sound very…
 
Walter Brueggemann did not only teach me to read the Bible: he taught me to read. In the twenty-two years since I first read A Theology of the Old Testament I’ve been bringing the questions that book poses to Biblical texts over to every literary text I’ve come across: in what ways am I reading primary testimony or counter-testimony as I take on To…
 
The co-hosts discuss Brendan’s just-published article, “Should I Turn Down the Thermostat or Overthrow the Capitalist Mode of Production?” The article offers further thoughts on Marxist-Humanist Initiative’s perspective on the relation between capitalism and the ecological crisis. Brendan pushes back against accounts that blame rising greenhouse ga…
 
We look at why Humanism doesn't belong in Interfaith spaces and we hear a letter to the editor about addressing violent crime in Toledo. We also take time out to acknowledge a show milestone. Show Notes Subscribe to our free newsletter Check out our merch 00:46 Episode 50! 05:13 Say No To Interfaith 25:31 Letter to the Editor --- Send in a voice me…
 
“After attacking an outpost, Romulans battle the Enterprise.” Play along with our Starfleet Academy Cadet Challenge using the hashtag #StarfleetChallenge on social media! Find all our socials at humanisttrek.com Support the show at patreon.com/humanisttrek Starfleet Officer maker by @marci_blochDoor Sarah Ray & Allie Ashmead
 
I don’t often talk about my own high-school years on this podcast, but I remember in high-school jazz band playing a Christmas medley called “Heaven and Nature Swing.” It led with a “Caravan”-inspired arrangement of “We Three Kings”--if you don’t know “Caravan,” hit YouTube post-haste–and when I hear the hymn, these thirty years later, I always fee…
 
After reading Burke's Reflections on the Revolution in France, a member of the French National Assembly wrote to Burke, asking for more of his analysis on the revolution then underway. In reply, Burke wrote a long letter which included a sustained attack on the preeminent philosopher of the revolution: Jean-Jacques Rousseau. This analysis identifie…
 
Some intellectuals are famous, and some are intellectual-famous. N.T. Wright appeared on The Colbert Report, and Reinhold Niebuhr testified before Congress, and Cornel West was in a couple Matrix movies. George Lindbeck didn’t do any of those, as far as I know, but in certain circles of Christian theologians, he’s indisputably intellectual-famous, …
 
“Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us.” I pray those words every Sunday morning at Bogart Christian Church, and I think I have a basic idea of what I mean when I do. But that sense of solid knowledge conceals philosophical and theological disputes not only what the verb “to forgive” and the noun “forgiveness” mean b…
 
Brendan and Andrew discuss the Ukrainian fight for national self-determination, drawing lessons from V. I. Lenin’s responses to “imperialist economists” and Rosa Luxemburg, who all claimed that national self- determination is unachievable under imperialism. The co-hosts review what “imperialist economism” meant at that time and they discuss paralle…
 
What if you gathered a bunch of friends, went out to the desert of Arizona, and built the greatest city that the world had ever seen? That is what Romulus does, and what Livy chronicles (except it's not in Arizona). We explore the challenges a founder faces in a startup city, how to fill it with people, and how to unify the inhabitants into one, co…
 
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