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Alternative (and religiously neutral) naming of the traditional calendar era, Anno Domini

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Spartan History Podcast
034. The History of Persia with Trevor Culley

Spartan History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 108:26


EPISODE 34 THE HISTORY OF PERSIA WITH TREVOR CULLEYThe Persian empire constituted the greatest threat to Greek independence the individual city-states had yet faced. Indeed, it was a threat of such dire concern that its degree would not be equalled until the Roman conquest of Greece in the 2nd century BCE.As we are now embarking upon a series of episodes to tell the story of the Greco-Persian wars, it is only fitting that we take the time to introduce this eastern antagonist into our narrative. The History of Persia Podcast is hosted by podcaster, Trevor Culley. In common with my own show, Trevor is a real detail orientated individual who knows how to sweat the small stuff to add the richness necessary to any broad retelling of history. We are lucky enough to have his services in this interview episode to bring the Persian story up to the dawn of the 5th century, and the out break of hostilities between  the Greeks and Persians. I hope you all enjoy the chat and take care. https://historyofpersiapodcast.com/https://www.buymeacoffee.com/spartanhistoryhttps://paypal.me/SpartanHistoryhttps://www.spartanhistorypodcast.com/https://www.facebook.com/spartanhistorypodcasthttps://twitter.com/Spartan_History

TonioTimeDaily
FIRST PERSON | Where Did Bible Stories Come From?

TonioTimeDaily

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 11:44


"We know that the Bible is mostly fiction, but did you ever wonder how some of the incredible stories got into the book? As a child, the story of Noah made no sense to me. Why would a supposedly loving God commit a genocidal holocaust by killing all humans on Earth except for one man and his family (a wife, three sons, and their wives)? The answer was that this perfect, all-knowing God somehow regretted that he made human beings and he grieved in his heart (Genesis 6:6) because, much to God's surprise, there was violence on Earth. Only 600-year-old Noah found favor in God's eyes. So God told Noah to build an ark and save only his family and pairs of animals from a life-destroying flood. Noah didn't question God's plan or show any compassion for his neighbors. Obedient Noah just followed orders. (By the way, how do Christian fundamentalists justify an abortion-loving god who killed all those innocent fetuses?) When the family finally left the ark for dry land, a grateful Noah burned some of the animals that were on the ark and offered them on an altar to God. When God smelled the burning flesh, he was pleased and promised never again to destroy all life by a flood. What did Noah then do? He made wine and became the first drunk in the Bible. He drank so much that he passed out while naked. One of Noah's sons, Ham, saw his father naked. When Noah awakened, he got furious with Ham for seeing him naked and for some strange reason cursed Ham's innocent son, Canaan, and said an appropriate punishment for Canaan and his descendants would be perpetual slavery. (The authors of the Bible probably focused on Canaan because in the Book of Joshua the Israelites slaughtered all inhabitants of Canaan on the way to their “promised” land.) Though not biblical, some now claim that Ham's descendants populated Egypt and the rest of Africa. Noah's curse was later used by preachers and politicians in the American South to justify race-based slavery. The Bible's writers were not original in their flood story. They seem to have plagiarized from an older Mesopotamian tale known as the Epic of Gilgamesh, written around 1800 BCE, long before the Hebrew Bible was written. In it, the Mesopotamian gods decide to punish humanity with a catastrophic flood. One man was chosen to survive using a specially constructed boat filled with animals. After the flood, birds were released to find dry land. On dry land, animals were sacrificed to repair the relationship between humanity and the divine. The authors of Genesis were aware of the deluge depicted in the Epic of Gilgamesh. Archaeologists have found bits of the Epic of Gilgamesh all over ancient Israel. It appears that the Epic of Gilgamesh was in broad circulation at the time Genesis was written." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

History of Persia
73: The Karanos

History of Persia

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 34:22


In 408 BCE, Darius II decided the Ionian War called for more drastic, teenage measures. He sent the 16 year old Prince Cyrus to rule western Anatolia as Karanos, a supreme military authority. Cyrus did everything in his power to enable his new Spartan allies' victory against Athens. Sign Up For The History Buffs at TheHistoryBuffs.com/HistoryOfPersia Intelligent Speech Conference 2022! Buy tickets with promo code Persia Patreon | Support Page Twitter | Facebook | Instagram --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/history-of-perisa/support

National Day Calendar
May 12, 2022 - National Limerick Day | National Odometer Day

National Day Calendar

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 3:30


Welcome to May 12, 2022 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate rowdy poems and technology that has stood the test of time. Anna: There once was a man from Nantucket… Marlo: WHOA! You can't read that on the air. Anna: I'm just reading a limerick. Marlo: Okay, but we can't actually read a limerick. They're simple five-line poems with a set rhyme scheme, but they are usually…um…a little off-color. Anna: How about this one? There once was a man from Madras… Marlo: Stop! We don't want to know how that one ends. On National Limerick Day everyone can google some for themselves if they want. And maybe write some clean versions. Anna: Oh, okay. There have been so many technological advancements in the past century that sometimes it's hard to keep track. Inventions seem to come and go, especially in the digital age. But a few devices have stood the test of time. Like the odometer. This device was invented way back in 15 BCE by the Roman engineer Vitruvius. He rigged up a chariot wheel with a feature that would drop a pebble into an attached box after the wheel had turned 400 times—which was exactly a mile. At the end of a trip, the driver could determine the distance traveled by counting the number of pebbles that had dropped into the box. Keep track of how far you've come today on National Odometer Day.  I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Focus economia
L'economia italiana rallenta, quali scenari con il probabile innalzamento dei tassi della Bce?

Focus economia

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022


Nel primo trimestre il Pil italiano ha registrato una marginale contrazione e la crescita acquisita per il 2022 è del 2,2%. Inoltre, a marzo, la produzione industriale ha segnato un calo dello 0,9% rispetto ai tre mesi precedenti. Intanto la presidente dellaBce Christine Lagarde in queste ore ha aperto alla possibilità di un primo rialzo dei tassi d'interesse nell'area euro durante il meeting del 21 luglio. Lagarde ha dichiarato che la Bce dovrebbe concludere gli acquisti netti di titoli "all'inizio del terzo trimestre" e il primo rialzo dei tassi avverrà qualche tempo dopo: "questo può significare un periodo di poche settimane". Approfondiamo il tema con Stefano Manzocchi, Prorettore alla ricerca Università Luiss e Ordinario di Economia internazionale. Cambio vita, cambio lavoro Da una indagine dell'Osservatorio HR Innovation Practice del Politecnico di Milano, (che ha coinvolto 195 aziende e mille lavoratori e sarà presentata domani 12 maggio) negli ultimi 12 mesi, per il 69% delle organizzazioni è aumentato il tasso di turnover, nella maggioranza dei casi di alcune categorie specifiche, legate al digitale. Su questa variazione hanno pesato le dimissioni volontarie (87%), i prepensionamenti e i pensionamenti (36%), (incentivati anche per favorire il ricambio generazionale). Gli esiti della ricerca ce li spiega uno degli estensori, Mariano Corso, responsabile scientifico dell'Osservatorio HR Innovation Practice del Politecnico di Milano. Gas russo a rischio: si apre una disputa sui transiti in Ucraina Alla fine rischia di essere l'Ucraina a chiudere le forniture di gas russo all Europa, interrompendo i transiti proprio sulla rotta principale verso l'Italia. Non c è ancora chiarezza su quanto succederà, anche perché Gazprom si è affrettata a rassicurare che non intende deludere le richieste di nessun cliente. Ma dalle ore 7 di mercoledì 11 i flussi di gas che entrano in territorio ucraino dal punto di accesso di Sokhranivka si sono fermati. Nel complesso, dalle prime ore della giornata (il blocco era annunciato dalle 6 italiane di mercoledì mattina) il sistema tiene e non si registra un rallentamento nelle forniture di gas. Ma lo schema di approvvigionamento ha bisogno di adattarsi. Ci parla dell'argomento Davide Tabarelli, presidente Nomisma Energia.

Capital, la Bolsa y la Vida
Claves del miércoles: preocupación por la inflación

Capital, la Bolsa y la Vida

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 59:54


Ucrania recupera algunas localidades del este del país que habían sido tomadas por las fuerzas rusas. El presidente de EEUU, Joe Biden, afirma que la inflación es su máxima prioridad. El vicepresidente del BCE, Luis de Guindos, avisa de que la subida de tipos de interés es, a corto plazo, positiva para la banca.

The History of Egypt Podcast
Mini: Amarna International (Part II)

The History of Egypt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 25:06


Mediterranean, Aegean, Pirates. In the 14th Century BCE, records from Egypt hint at piracy and raiding across the sea. And artistic images even show Mycenaeans(?) at the pharaoh's court. All of this may reflect the history behind great stories like the Odyssey...Date: c.1400 - 1300 BCE. Music: Michael Levy, "Odysseus and the Sirens," www.ancientlyre.com. Audio editing by www.yourpodcastpal.com. See the "Mycenaean Papyrus" at the British Museum website. Mycenaean pottery from Amarna, at the Petrie Museum University College London. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Les Experts
Les Experts : La BCE peut-elle encore attendre pour remonter ses taux ? - 10/05

Les Experts

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 25:56


Ce mardi 10 mai, l'attente de la décision de la BCE concernant la hausse de ses taux, a été abordé par Robin Rivaton, directeur général de Stonal et fondateur de Real Estech, Jean-Pierre Petit, président des Cahiers Verts de l'Economie, Et Jean-Charles Simon, président de Stacian et d'ETF Patrimoine, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Hora 25
Hora 25 de los negocios | Subida de tipos: guía de uso

Hora 25

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 19:37


Las subidas de tipos que ya están poniendo en marcha varios bancos centrales, y que el BCE implementará, según las palabras de su presidenta, tendrán un fuerte impacto en las hipotecas contratadas y, por ende, en el mercado inmobiliario. ¿En qué situación lo afronta España? Lo analizamos con José García Montalvo. 

34 Circe Salon -- Make Matriarchy Great Again -- Disrupting History
Constance Tippett - The Goddess Timeline - with Vicki Noble

34 Circe Salon -- Make Matriarchy Great Again -- Disrupting History

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 50:07


The Goddess Timeline is a chronological record of archaeological images of women and goddesses on a uniform time scale from 30,000 BCE to the present.  Join us as we talk to Constance Tippett about her creation of the timeline, its historical significance and its relevance to the matriarchy movement today. We are joined by Make Matriarchy Great Again member and inspiration Vicki Noble.Sean Marlon Newcombe and Dawn "Sam" Alden co-host. 

The Archaeology Show
Timelines: 2200 BCE - Ep 170

The Archaeology Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 51:30


This week we have a timelines episode focused on 2200 BCE. At that time, Stonehenge as we know it today was just completed in the UK. Conversely, the Akkadian empire began to fall in Mesopotamia, and the impressive Old Kingdom in Egypt also came to an end. Join us for a discussion about what was happening in 3 world powers in year 2200 BCE! Interested in learning about how to use X-Rays and similar technology in archaeology? Check out the linked PaleoImaging course from James Elliot! Connect with James on Twitter: @paleoimaging Interested in sponsoring this show or podcast ads for your business? Zencastr makes it really easy! Click this message for more info. Start your own podcast with Zencastr and get 30% off your first three months with code TAS. Click this message for more information. Links Stonehenge General Info from Wikipedia The Stones of Stonehenge Seeing Beneath Stonehenge Akkadian Empire (Wiki) The Akkadian Period (ca. 2350–2150 B.C.) Akkad Enheduanna Old Kingdom of Egypt General Info from Wikipedia Contact Chris Webster chris@archaeologypodcastnetwork.com ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed
Timelines: 2200 BCE - TAS 170

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 51:30


This week we have a timelines episode focused on 2200 BCE. At that time, Stonehenge as we know it today was just completed in the UK. Conversely, the Akkadian empire began to fall in Mesopotamia, and the impressive Old Kingdom in Egypt also came to an end. Join us for a discussion about what was happening in 3 world powers in year 2200 BCE! Interested in learning about how to use X-Rays and similar technology in archaeology? Check out the linked PaleoImaging course from James Elliot! Connect with James on Twitter: @paleoimaging Interested in sponsoring this show or podcast ads for your business? Zencastr makes it really easy! Click this message for more info. Start your own podcast with Zencastr and get 30% off your first three months with code TAS. Click this message for more information. Links Stonehenge General Info from Wikipedia The Stones of Stonehenge Seeing Beneath Stonehenge Akkadian Empire (Wiki) The Akkadian Period (ca. 2350–2150 B.C.) Akkad Enheduanna Old Kingdom of Egypt General Info from Wikipedia Contact Chris Webster chris@archaeologypodcastnetwork.com ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion

HistoryBoiz
Ludwig Van Beethoven Part 2

HistoryBoiz

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 77:50


Join us for part 2 of our 3 part series on the legendary composer Ludwig Van Beethoven!Sources:Biss, Jonathan. Beethoven's Shadow. Audible Studios, 2013. Greenberg, Robert. “Great Masters: Beethoven, His Life and Music.” The Great Courses. 2013. Greenberg, Robert. “The Life and Times of Beethoven.” The Great Courses. 2019. Greenberg, Robert. Understanding the Fundamentals of Music. Teaching Company, 2007. Swafford, Jan. Beethoven: Anguish and Triumph: A Biography. Faber & Faber, 2015. Tunbridge, Laura. Beethoven: A Life in Nine Pieces. Yale University Press, 2022. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Our Hen House
Jainism, Feminism and Veganism w/ Mamta Valderrama

Our Hen House

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 68:35


Mamta Jain Valderrama joins the podcast for an insightful discussion about Jainism and the many ways in which its beliefs intersect with veganism. Jainism is one of the oldest religions in existence, having taken form in ancient India some time between the 7th and 5th centuries BCE. In our conversation, Mamta explains the philosophy of ahimsa, or non-violence, that practitioners of… The post Jainism, Feminism and Veganism w/ Mamta Valderrama appeared first on Our Hen House.

Renta 4 Banco
Una Fed menos Hawkish refuerza las dudas sobre el ciclo

Renta 4 Banco

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 3:32


¿Te interesa la inversión? Consulta el informe semanal con las últimas noticias bursátiles. Boletín elaborado por Alfonso Batalla, analista de Renta 4 Banco ▶ https://bit.ly/boletin060522 Semana marcada por las reuniones de la Fed y el Banco de Inglaterra, las TIRes de los principales bonos soberanos han registrado también una notable volatilidad, aunque cerrando la semana al alza ante las expectativas de que ambos bancos centrales sigan normalizando sus políticas monetarias. En un contexto en el que la Fed retirará sus estímulos más rápido que el BCE y con menor riesgo sobre el crecimiento económico de EEUU vs Eurozona, el dólar continúa apreciándose hasta 1,05 usd/eur, también actuando como activo refugio. El oro perdía algo de fuelle, mientras que el petróleo se ha revalorizado tras la propuesta de la UE de embargar el crudo ruso. La OPEP+ mantendrá la devolución gradual de la oferta al mercado (+432.000 b/d en junio) a pesar de la reducción de oferta si prospera la propuesta de embargo. Boletín elaborado por Alfonso Batalla, analista de Renta 4 Banco ▶ https://bit.ly/boletin060522 Puedes ver más informes de AlfonsoBatalla en su perfil de Twitter ▶ https://twitter.com/R4Alfonso_B ----------------------------------- ➤ Suscríbete a nuestro canal: https://www.youtube.com/user/Renta4 ➤ Web: https://www.r4.com ➤ Renta 4 Gestora: https://www.renta4gestora.com ➤ Blog R4: https://blog.r4.com ➤ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Renta4 ➤ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/renta4 ➤ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/renta4banco ➤ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/65291 ➤ Ivoox: https://bit.ly/R4_ivoox ➤ Spotify: https://bit.ly/SpotifyR4 #Ucrania #Rusia #Resultados

Cierre de mercados
Cierre de Mercados, 17-18h: Reportajes de actualidad 06/05/2022

Cierre de mercados

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 54:59


Diario de una guerra: Se abre un corredor humanitario en la acería de Mariupol, aunque se espera que después de la partida de los civiles. La mayoría de bancos centrales ya se ha embarcado en las subidas de tipos de interés, pero aquí en la zona euro, como en palacio, las cosas van despacio. Crecimiento versus inflación presenta un complicado dilema para el BCE y una división de su consejo de gobierno entre halcones y palomas. Siemens Gamesa: resultados previstos por el mercado y rumores de OPA

Le Média
Inflation, guerre des monnaies... Comment les banques centrales nous mènent au désastre ! | William Bouchardon

Le Média

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 30:28


A moins de vivre retranché du monde et de tout besoin, vous subissez, nous subissons tous les conséquences de l'inflation, de la hausse des prix qui se généralise en France, en Europe et dans le monde. D'où vient cette inflation ? A moins de vivre retranché du monde et de tout besoin, vous subissez, nous subissons tous les conséquences de l'inflation, de la hausse des prix qui se généralise en France, en Europe et dans le monde. D'où vient cette inflation ? Du COVID ? De la guerre en Ukraine ? D'autres facteurs qui sont plus politiques ? Quel rôle les banques centrales, notamment la BCE et la FED, la banque centrale américaine, ont-elles joué dans cet enchaînement dangereux ? L'hégémonie du dollar est-elle en danger ? Le site indépendant Le Vent se Lève a consacré plusieurs articles à ces sujets qui ont l'air ardus mais qui sont déterminants. Entretien avec William Bouchardon, responsable de la rubrique économie au sein de ce média. ▶ Soutenez Le Média :

History of Persia
72: The Ionian War

History of Persia

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 34:00


Despite their defeat in Sicily, the tales of Athenian demise in 413 BCE were greatly exaggerated. In 411, Athens and Sparta began to clash again and protracted tug-of-war in the Aegean even as Athens itself was seized by political upheavals. Intelligent Speech Conference 2022! Buy tickets with promo code Persia Sign Up For The History Buffs at TheHistoryBuffs.com/HistoryOfPersia Patreon | Support Page Twitter | Facebook | Instagram --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/history-of-perisa/support

The Partial Historians
Episode 125 – Big Trouble in Little Ardea

The Partial Historians

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 45:38


The Romans are in an organisational frenzy. Grab your red tape and sword, we're off to 443 BCE for a little bureaucracy and war in Ardea.

Les Experts
Les Experts : Une nouvelle crise systémique est-elle possible ? - 04/05

Les Experts

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 28:00


Ce mercredi 04 mai, la possibilité d'une nouvelle crise systémique et l'écart entre le Bund allemand et l'OAT Français ont été abordés par Jean-Marc Daniel, professeur émérite à l'ESCP, Guillaume Dard, président de Montpensier Finance, et Christian Parisot, économiste, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Les experts
Les Experts : Une nouvelle crise systémique est-elle possible ? - 04/05

Les experts

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 28:00


Ce mercredi 04 mai, la possibilité d'une nouvelle crise systémique et l'écart entre le Bund allemand et l'OAT Français ont été abordés par Jean-Marc Daniel, professeur émérite à l'ESCP, Guillaume Dard, président de Montpensier Finance, et Christian Parisot, économiste, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Recomendados de la semana en iVoox.com Semana del 5 al 11 de julio del 2021
La inflación que nos come - Ampliando el debate

Recomendados de la semana en iVoox.com Semana del 5 al 11 de julio del 2021

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 64:20


El terror inflacionario y el horror lovecraftiano no comprador del Banco Central Europeo con @TheBloodyStone (Carlos Beltrán), @jllanosmayor, @EconoCabreado (Yago Álvarez Barba) y Juan Carlos Barba. Presenta @TxusMarcano. Bibliografía: https://elpais.com/economia/2022-04-14/el-bce-anuncia-que-pondra-fin-a-sus-compras-de-deuda-a-partir-de-julio-por-la-elevada-inflacion.html https://www.eleconomista.es/economia/noticias/11733957/04/22/Cuando-como-y-hasta-donde-pueden-llegar-los-tipos-asi-sera-la-hoja-de-ruta-del-BCE-para-hacerlos-despegar-.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTlVJaGG27I https://www.caixabankresearch.com/es/publicaciones/notas-breves-actualidad-economica-y-financiera/espana/calculo-precios-electricidad https://www.caixabankresearch.com/es/economia-y-mercados/inflacion/efectos-segunda-ronda-del-shock-inflacionista https://www.caixabankresearch.com/es/publicaciones/notas-breves-actualidad-economica-y-financiera/espana/elevada-inflacion-se-extiende-0 https://www.caixabankresearch.com/es/economia-y-mercados/inflacion/sectores-estan-mas-afectados-conflicto-ucrania https://www.eleconomista.es/retail/noticias/11637893/02/22/

Recovering From Religion
E145: The Evolution of Religion w/ Dr Mark Reimers, PhD

Recovering From Religion

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 93:25


How have the dominant species of religions evolved over human history? And why? Archeology suggests that some religious practices go back tens of thousands of years or more. However these ancient religious practices among hunter-gatherers bear little resemblance to organized religion today. Religions centered around morality emerged in early farming societies; a leading hypothesis is that such moralizing religions enabled trust and cooperation within these tight knit communities. High gods emerged about the time large scale societies formed; a leading hypothesis is that those gods functioned to give legitimacy to rulers. Dr Mark Reimers will discuss the evidence for and against these hypotheses as well as consider how priests and kings coöpted religious authority in the Bronze Age. A pivotal change in religious sensibility occurred in the first millennium BCE as the leaders in religious thinking attempted to disentangle religion and politics, giving rise to further attempts at reforms which eventually gave birth to Christianity and Islam. This talk will also include a discussion on the rapidly evolving religions of modern post-industrial societies. Dr. Mark Reimers is a computational neuroscientist at Michigan State University where he researches how animal brains work and how human genes affect brain function. His broader aim is to ground our understanding of feeling and thought in the facts of biology. Dr. Reimers was raised Christian but found a path to humanism in his twenties. Since then he has been a humanist leader and speaker for over a decade in Virginia and now in Michigan. For RfRx comments, inquiries & topical questions, email us at RfRx@recoveringfromreligion.org. Any time you are struggling with religious doubts or fears you can connect with a trained RfR Helpline agent 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To chat online go to http://www.recoveringfromreligion.org. To talk over the phone, dial: (844) 368-2848 in the US & Canada If you are in need of professional help, we can offer the Secular Therapy Project to provide options to connect with a professional therapist. All therapists have been thoroughly vetted by our organization and offer only evidence-based and non-religious treatment. Connect with them at http://www.seculartherapy.org. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Tiktok. Volunteer: http://www.recoveringfromreligion.org/volunteer Donate: https://www.recoveringfromreligion.org/donate --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/recovering-from-religion/message

TonioTimeDaily
The Many Similarities Between Jesus and Buddha

TonioTimeDaily

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 104:13


"How are the life stories of Buddha and Jesus similar? There are many similarities between the mythical elements of Jesus and Buddha. Here are just a few of the most striking similarities. Conceived in a miraculous manner Similar names of mother (Maya for Buddha, Mary for Jesus) Was a bit of a child prodigy Underwent a long period of fasting while traveling alone Tempted by, but overcame, the devil Began an itinerant ministry around the age of 30 Had disciples who traveled with him. Performed miracles, such as curing blindness and walking on water Renounced worldly riches and required his disciples to do so also Rebelled against the religious elite (Brahmans for Buddha and Pharisees for Jesus) Dispatched disciples, shortly before his death, to spread his message Were the writers of The Holy Bible aware of Buddhism? Although the distance between the homelands of Jesus and Buddha was great, there was plenty of contact between the two areas and 600 years for ideas to spread. Both trade and the wars of the ever-expanding Roman Empire facilitated contact. There is also the possibility that ideas “met halfway.” It did not require one person to traverse the 3000 miles. The ideas could have been passed along like the Olympic baton. There is a lot of evidence of trade between the two regions. There are various overland routes stretching from China, Asia, Arabia, and Europe, some going back as far as 1500 BCE. These routes were known as The Silk Road (or Silk Route), the Incense Route, and the Spice Route. The transport of goods along these routes relied mainly upon pack animals (camels) and river boats. Goods were also transported by boats across the Indian Ocean. There are cuneiform tablets dating to 2400 BCE describing shipments of cotton cloth, spices, oil, grains, (and even peacocks) which arrest to this trade. Even the Holy Bible attests to this trade with the story of The Three Wise Men from the East traveling by camel with gifts of frankincense and myrrh. You can be sure more than goods were being exchanged. Ideas also traveled these routes. The Buddhist ideas were undoubtedly among the ideas being spread, especially since Buddhist monks had a tradition of missionary zeal. Buddhism does not reject other creeds and religions. Thus, Buddhist ideas could be easily blended with whatever local religious beliefs the monks encountered. Buddhist settled into many areas of the Roman Empire, including Judea. The historian/philosopher Philo, who lived during the time of Jesus, recorded the presence of Buddhists in Egypt. It is quite likely that the authors of The Holy Bible were aware of both Buddha and Buddhist ideas." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

In The Moment podcast
134. Thomas H. Pruiksma with Dr. Ruben Quesada: A New Translation of The Kural

In The Moment podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 52:26


The Tirukkuṟaḷ, or Kural, for short, is considered a masterpiece of universal philosophy, ethics, and morality. Traditionally attributed to Thiruvalluvar, also known as Valluvar, the original text has been dated from 300 BCE to 5th century CE. The classic Tamil work is one of the most cited and translated ancient texts in existence; it has been translated into over 40 Indian and non-Indian languages and has never been out of print since its first publication in 1812. In a new translation of the Kural, Thomas Hitoshi Pruiksma brings English readers closer than ever to the brilliant inner and outer music of Tiruvalluvar's work and ideas. The work consists of 1,330 short philosophical verses, or kurals, that together cover a wide range of personal and cosmic experiences, such as — Politics: Harsh rule that brings idiots together—nothing Burdens the earth more Friendship: Friendship is not a face smiling—friendship Is a heart that smiles Greed: Those who won't give and enjoy—even with billions They have nothing Drawing on the poetic tradition of W. S. Merwin, Wendell Berry, and William Carlos Williams, and nurtured by two decades of study under Tamil scholar Dr. K. V. Ramakoti, Pruiksma's translation transforms the barrier of language into a bridge, bringing the fullness of Tiruvalluvar's poetic intensity to a new generation. In the 134th episode of Town Hall's In the Moment podcast, Pruiksma discusses his translation of the Kural with poet, editor, and translator, Dr. Ruben Quesada. Thomas Hitoshi Pruiksma is an author, poet, performer, and teacher. His books include The Safety of Edges and Give, Eat, and Live: Poems of Avvaiyar. Pruiksma teaches writing for Cozy Grammar and has received grants and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, 4Culture, Artist Trust, the Squaw Valley Community of Writers, the US Fulbright Program, the American Literary Translators Association, and Oberlin Shansi. Ruben Quesada, Ph.D. is editor of Latinx Poetics: Essays on the Art of Poetry (University of New Mexico Press, 2022) and author of Revelations (Sibling Rivalry Press, 2018), Next Extinct Mammal (Greenhouse Review Press, 2011), and translator of Selected Translations of Luis Cernuda (Aureole Press, 2008). Dr. Quesada has served as an editor for AGNI, Pleiades, and The Kenyon Review. His writing appears in Best American Poetry, Ploughshares, and Harvard Review. He is an Associate Teaching Fellow at The Attic Institute and teaches for the UCLA Writers' Program. He lives in Chicago. Buy the Book: The Kural—Tiruvalluvar's Tirukkural: A New Translation of the Classical Tamil Masterpiece on Ethics, Power and Love Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation click here. 

In The Moment Podcast
134. Thomas H. Pruiksma with Dr. Ruben Quesada: A New Translation of The Kural

In The Moment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 52:26


The Tirukkuṟaḷ, or Kural, for short, is considered a masterpiece of universal philosophy, ethics, and morality. Traditionally attributed to Thiruvalluvar, also known as Valluvar, the original text has been dated from 300 BCE to 5th century CE. The classic Tamil work is one of the most cited and translated ancient texts in existence; it has been translated into over 40 Indian and non-Indian languages and has never been out of print since its first publication in 1812. In a new translation of the Kural, Thomas Hitoshi Pruiksma brings English readers closer than ever to the brilliant inner and outer music of Tiruvalluvar's work and ideas. The work consists of 1,330 short philosophical verses, or kurals, that together cover a wide range of personal and cosmic experiences, such as — Politics: Harsh rule that brings idiots together—nothing Burdens the earth more Friendship: Friendship is not a face smiling—friendship Is a heart that smiles Greed: Those who won't give and enjoy—even with billions They have nothing Drawing on the poetic tradition of W. S. Merwin, Wendell Berry, and William Carlos Williams, and nurtured by two decades of study under Tamil scholar Dr. K. V. Ramakoti, Pruiksma's translation transforms the barrier of language into a bridge, bringing the fullness of Tiruvalluvar's poetic intensity to a new generation. In the 134th episode of Town Hall's In the Moment podcast, Pruiksma discusses his translation of the Kural with poet, editor, and translator, Dr. Ruben Quesada. Thomas Hitoshi Pruiksma is an author, poet, performer, and teacher. His books include The Safety of Edges and Give, Eat, and Live: Poems of Avvaiyar. Pruiksma teaches writing for Cozy Grammar and has received grants and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, 4Culture, Artist Trust, the Squaw Valley Community of Writers, the US Fulbright Program, the American Literary Translators Association, and Oberlin Shansi. Ruben Quesada, Ph.D. is editor of Latinx Poetics: Essays on the Art of Poetry (University of New Mexico Press, 2022) and author of Revelations (Sibling Rivalry Press, 2018), Next Extinct Mammal (Greenhouse Review Press, 2011), and translator of Selected Translations of Luis Cernuda (Aureole Press, 2008). Dr. Quesada has served as an editor for AGNI, Pleiades, and The Kenyon Review. His writing appears in Best American Poetry, Ploughshares, and Harvard Review. He is an Associate Teaching Fellow at The Attic Institute and teaches for the UCLA Writers' Program. He lives in Chicago. Buy the Book: The Kural—Tiruvalluvar's Tirukkural: A New Translation of the Classical Tamil Masterpiece on Ethics, Power and Love Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation click here. 

Liquid Latenites
Peace comes from within.

Liquid Latenites

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 1:24


Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without - Gautama Buddha   Gautama Buddha was an ascetic and spiritual teacher of ancient India who lived during the latter half of the first millennium BCE.  He was the founder of Buddhism and is revered by Buddhists as an Enlightened being whose teachings sought a path to freedom from ignorance, craving, rebirth and suffering.   So how does one go about finding peace within if they do not have peace within? I think it lies within the ability to connect with past peaceful experiences or in creating new ones.

Les Experts
Les Experts : Faut-il endiguer l'inflation, au risque de creuser le déficit ? - 02/05

Les Experts

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 28:21


Ce lundi 2 mai, le la faible croissance économique française de ce premier trimestre, ainsi que le concept de "spirale inflationniste" qui peut potentiellement redevenir d'actualité, ont été abordés par Jean-Marc Daniel, professeur à l'ESCP, et Christian Parisot, economiste et conseiller auprès d'Aurel BGC, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Les experts
Les Experts : Faut-il endiguer l'inflation, au risque de creuser le déficit ? - 02/05

Les experts

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 28:21


Ce lundi 2 mai, le la faible croissance économique française de ce premier trimestre, ainsi que le concept de "spirale inflationniste" qui peut potentiellement redevenir d'actualité, ont été abordés par Jean-Marc Daniel, professeur à l'ESCP, et Christian Parisot, economiste et conseiller auprès d'Aurel BGC, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

More than a Few Words
#716 Find the Yin to Your Yang

More than a Few Words

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 4:03


I love running my own business, getting to do things “my way” … most of the time. But I learned that to be successful, I need to also listen to the opinions of others. Who are these “others?” They are people who compliment my weaknesses and have skills to fill my blind spots. They are the Yang to my Yin. What Is Yin-Yang? With roots dating back to China in 1300 BCE, Yin-yang refers to a concept where opposite forces are seen as interconnected and counterbalancing. Together the two halves make a whole, and while one is mostly dark and the other is mostly light there is a little bit of each in the other. Yin, represents darkness, passivity, and the earth. Yang represents light, activity, and the heavens. Do you have a Business Yin-Yang? Whether it is your next hire or a member of your advisory board, expand your input by bringing people into your circle who brings a fresh perspective and different set of skills. Remember even someone who seems to be your complete opposite, should share some common ground with you. For example, I tend to be more of a Yang, positive, active, and always looking ahead. I have always relied on at least one Yin, who is more grounded and practical to help me think through the potential obstacles. With a more methodical approach, sometimes my Yin makes me a little crazy but our shared interests in growing entrepreneurial enterprises gives us a common language and starting point. How do you find your other half? Start with a little introspection and make a list of all your weaknesses. Be honest, or this won't work. Pick one or two weaknesses you know you aren't likely to change. For example, I am always going to be bored by the fine details of contracts, procedures, etc. I can promise, make resolutions, and try to focus on the extremely fine print, but I am not going to do it well. So the alternative is to find someone who is the opposite, who loves to dot every “i” and cross every “t”.   Once you start bringing people into your business who have different styles, perspectives, and talents be prepared to compromise. You are going to bump into the conflicting opinions. If you commit to building a complete business, you will need to face some uncomfortable conversations. There will be tough questions to answer. The ideas you can defend are the ones worth pursuing. This works when you approach each conflict by looking for the common ground. It is there, somewhere. And finally, you will need to accept the idea you don't always know the best answer but you can find it with the Yin to your Yang.

Liberi Oltre & Michele Boldrin
#40Minutes - con Aleksandra Georgieva 28.04.2022

Liberi Oltre & Michele Boldrin

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 53:18


Musk compra Twitter, cosa cambia per le società? Fed e BCE alla prova dell'inflazione blocco di importazioni per Polonia e Bulgaria Con Aleksandra Georgieva ospiti: Carlo Alberto Carnevale Maffè Giampaolo Galli Gianclaudio Torlizzi Sostieni Liberi Oltre le Illusioni diventando socio: vai su www.liberioltreleillusioni.it nella sezione "ASSOCIATI" e diventa socio. Ti aspettiamo ----------------------------

Les experts
Les Experts : Sommes-nous d'accord pour dire que la priorité numéro un du nouveau quinquennat est d'accroître le taux d'emploi ? - 29/04

Les experts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 26:37


Ce vendredi 29 avril, le rôle de la BCE face au pouvoir d'achat a été abordé par Dany Lang, enseignant chercheur en économie à Sorbonne Paris Nord, Augustin Landier, professeur à HEC, et André Loesekrug-Piétri, président de Jedi, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Les Experts
Les Experts : Sommes-nous d'accord pour dire que la priorité numéro un du nouveau quinquennat est d'accroître le taux d'emploi ? - 29/04

Les Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 26:37


Ce vendredi 29 avril, le rôle de la BCE face au pouvoir d'achat a été abordé par Dany Lang, enseignant chercheur en économie à Sorbonne Paris Nord, Augustin Landier, professeur à HEC, et André Loesekrug-Piétri, président de Jedi, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Comic Book Couples Counseling Podcast
Creator Corner: Jeff Smith on Tuki

Comic Book Couples Counseling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 76:55


We owe our imagination to Jeff Smith. His masterpiece, Bone, shaped our inner lives, molding our philosophies as much as our creativity. It's a work so profound it's nearly impossible to consider that any future work could ever live up to its brilliance. But then we read Tuki: Fight for Fire and Tuki: Fight for Family. We now welcome these comics into our hearts, beating side by side with the Bone cousins.  Two million BCE. Multiple human species existed alongside each other. We live and breathe as a result of their struggle and collaboration. For many years, Jeff Smith percolated on this unique moment in time, and Tuki is the result. Like Bone, it's a quest saga sitting atop an ever-growing mythology. The title character reluctantly surrounds himself with individuals in desperate need of companionship despite their fear and weary judgment of each other. Tuki is a comic speaking to our moment as much as it underscores our evolutionarily catastrophic history. You will recognize the hardship in its pages. You'll also recognize the hope. We were more than delighted to chat with Jeff Smith about Tuki and why this narrative has haunted him for so long. We were damn giddy. We discuss Smith's obsessions, his process, his audience, and more. We celebrate where comic readers are today, where they were yesterday, and where they'll be tomorrow. Our conversation is an epic one. We know you'll enjoy it. Relevant Links to this Week's Episode: Jeff Smith's Netflix Cartoon Our Interview with Chris Samnee & Laura Samnee Our Final Marko & Alana Saga Episode Four Color Fantasies' Charity Auction to Support the Literacy Volunteers of Winchester Jeff Smith's ComicsXF Interview Be sure to stay updated on all things Jeff Smith by visiting his Twitter HERE, his Instagram HERE, and his Website HERE. You can purchase Tuki: Fight for Fire wherever fine comics are sold, or you can click HERE. Tuki: Fight for Family arrives on shelves in early July. You can pre-order a copy HERE. And, of course, follow Comic Book Couples Counseling on Facebook, on Instagram, and on Twitter @CBCCPodcast, and you can follow hosts Brad Gullickson @MouthDork & Lisa Gullickson @sidewalksiren. Send us your Words of Affirmation by leaving us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts. SUPPORT THE PODCAST BY JOINING OUR PATREON COMMUNITY. Continue your conversation with CBCC by hopping over to our website where we have reviews, essays, and numerous interviews with comic book creators. Podcast logo by Aaron Prescott @acoolhandfluke, podcast banner art by @Karen_XmenFan.

Aujourd'hui l'économie
Les priorités économiques du président réélu

Aujourd'hui l'économie

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 3:19


Emmanuel Macron a été réélu en partie grâce à un vote barrage anti Le Pen, avec aussi un fort taux d'abstention. « Ce vote m'oblige pour les années à venir », a déclaré le président dans son discours du Champ de Mars. Quelles sont ses « obligations » sur le plan économique ? Emmanuel Macron doit d'abord répondre aux difficultés des Français liées au pouvoir d'achat. C'était la priorité de la campagne, et ce sera naturellement la priorité du début de son second mandat; dans un contexte de forte inflation - elle est aujourd'hui supérieure à 4% en France. Le président a promis une loi exceptionnelle dès cet été pour reconduire le bouclier énergétique, c'est-à-dire des aides publiques pour adoucir la hausse du gaz, de l'électricité et du carburant. Il veut aussi signer un chèque alimentaire à 8 millions de Français. Et indexer les retraites sur l'inflation, ce qui a été mis sous le tapis depuis les années 1980. Enfin rehausser le minimum retraite à 1 100 euros. Le président veut doper le revenu des salariés Avec ce qu'il appelle le dividende salarié que les entreprises bénéficiaires seront fortement invitées à verser, soit sous forme d'intéressement, soit sur le modèle de la prime mise en place pour récompenser les salariés en première ligne pendant la pandémie. Une prime « plus plus plus » : le seuil maximum de ce bonus exonéré de cotisations sociales patronales et d'impôts passe de 1 000 à 6 000 euros. Elle concernera ceux qui gagnent moins de trois fois le smic. Par ailleurs le président a promis de revaloriser le traitement des fonctionnaires. Avec là encore une action assez rapide, avant l'été, pour rehausser le point d'indice et pour prendre en compte l'inflation. A noter que les enseignants devraient bénéficier d'un coup de pouce particulier de 10%. Quelles sont les autres priorités du second mandat d'Emmanuel Macron ? Il doit d'abord réaliser ou achever ce qu'il a raté dans le premier mandat. Comme la réforme des retraites, ce sera le chantier de l'automne. La réforme qui vient prévoit de retarder l'âge du départ à la retraite, au moins à 64 ans. Il doit aussi accélérer la transition écologique, la France est en retard. Cette priorité sera portée, a-t-il indiqué, par le Premier ministre et un ministre dédié. Le président doit aussi se consacrer aux failles révélées par le Covid : un secteur de la santé exsangue et une industrie en berne, incapable de répondre aux besoins de la France. Enfin, on a remarqué que le président s'est entouré d'enfants hier soir lors de son arrivée au Champ de Mars, comme pour souligner la priorité donnée à la jeunesse. Il y a donc des réformes en perspectives à l'école. Le contexte économique et social lui est-il favorable ? Une fois que le président aura contourné l'écueil du troisième tour des législatives qui promettent une bataille serrée, le président devra veiller à ne pas susciter un quatrième tour social, dans la rue. Il a connu le mouvement des gilets jaunes. Il se doit d'être à l'écoute de cet électorat populaire qui ne lui a pas apporté ses voix. Sur le plan international, le contexte économique imposera lui aussi ses contraintes : le cours du pétrole pourrait repartir de plus belle en cas d'embargo sur le brut russe. Et les taux d'intérêts vont inexorablement se redresser ; la Réserve fédérale prévoit quatre hausses cette année, la BCE pourrait suivre d'ici la fin de l'année. La question des finances publiques et du surcoût de la dette pourrait empoisonner son second mandat.

The Atheist Experience
The Atheist Experience 26.17 04-24-2022 with Matt Dillahunty and Everyday Atheist

The Atheist Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 81:33


In today's episode of The Atheist Experience, Matt is joined by Everyday_Atheist to see how capable callers are answering questions this week.First caller is Dane in KS who is suggesting that a bracelet that dates back to the 14th century BCE is proof that the Bible is true. How does this bracelet confirm the Biblical stories in a way that proves god? In 2,000 years, when NY City is dug up, will it confirm that Spider Man is real?Next caller is Jamaal from CA who believes that our consciousness is our soul since we don't have a scientific explanation for consciousness. He believes that consciousness can affect the brain state and that the supernatural explains experiences. If we don't have an explanation, you don't get to make something up. Labels that religions tie to a soul are emergent properties of the brain. You can't solve a mystery by appealing to a bigger mystery. Can you prove that consciousness is magic and that it exists? How do you know that consciousness is a soul?James in SC brings up how other animals than humans are living in original sin, and how there are 450 species that engage in same sex acts. Matt puts on his Christian hat to explain that human beings are the only ones who have a duty to god and are accountable to the law. How is it there is the serpent that was cursed to crawl on his belly?Jelmer in the Netherlands wants to remove the word existence by saying if there is a god that is foundational reality, then either it is true that foundational reality has defined properties or it is not true. If your conclusion at the end is still either god exists or god does not exist, then why go through all the trouble? What is the point of presenting an argument that we ultimately agree on?Jack in FL would like to talk about the transcendental argument for god. He states that either our worldviews are going to bottom out or we are going to fall into a coherent paradigm or it will be an infinite set of justifications for our beliefs. He thinks that atheists don't have the basis for logical reasoning. Justin points out that he is begging the question. Matt asks: How do you show that logic is in fact ungrounded? How did you determine that these things must have a grounding?Jon in Canada claims that BLM is harming black people because it teaches to resist arrest and people end up getting killed. What difference does it make if BLM has any connection to Black Nonbelievers? We don't believe you have a point.Vanamali in IL wants to know what the difference is between death cults and religion. It is not about the number of people. Not everything that is under the umbrella of religion is on equal footage to its harm. Death cults hold views that isolate people ultimately resulting in their death.Thank you for tuning in! We look forward to seeing you back here again so please follow the guidelines and stay safe.

HistoryBoiz
Ludwig Van Beethoven Part 1

HistoryBoiz

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 114:36


Beethoven's life was deeply troubled, to say the least. Despite it all, he changed western music forever. Join us and a special guest, for the life of Ludwig Van Beethoven!Sources:Biss, Jonathan. Beethoven's Shadow. Audible Studios, 2013. Greenberg, Robert. “Great Masters: Beethoven, His Life and Music.” The Great Courses. 2013. Greenberg, Robert. “The Life and Times of Beethoven.” The Great Courses. 2019. Greenberg, Robert. Understanding the Fundamentals of Music. Teaching Company, 2007. Swafford, Jan. Beethoven: Anguish and Triumph: A Biography. Faber & Faber, 2015. Tunbridge, Laura. Beethoven: A Life in Nine Pieces. Yale University Press, 2022. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Les Experts
Les Experts : Présidentielle 2022, les deux programmes ne sont-ils pas voués à l'échec ? - 22/04

Les Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 19:22


Ce vendredi 22 avril, les programmes notamment économiques de Marine Le Pen et Emmanuel Macron ont été décryptés par Nicolas Bouzou, fondateur du cabinet d'analyse économique et de conseil Astéres, Jean-Marc Vittori, éditorialiste aux Echos et auteur de "Ecographique" des éditions Eyrolles, et François Ecalle, fondateur de fipeco.fr et professeur d'économie à Paris-1, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Les experts
Les Experts : Présidentielle 2022, les deux programmes ne sont-ils pas voués à l'échec ? - 22/04

Les experts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 19:22


Ce vendredi 22 avril, les programmes notamment économiques de Marine Le Pen et Emmanuel Macron ont été décryptés par Nicolas Bouzou, fondateur du cabinet d'analyse économique et de conseil Astéres, Jean-Marc Vittori, éditorialiste aux Echos et auteur de "Ecographique" des éditions Eyrolles, et François Ecalle, fondateur de fipeco.fr et professeur d'économie à Paris-1, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Les experts
Les Experts : La BCE va arrêter les achats d'actifs avant de remonter ses taux, ne faudrait-il pas faire exactement l'nverse ? - 21/04

Les experts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 27:35


Ce jeudi 21 avril, l'arrêt du programme d'achat d'actifs de la Banque centrale européenne, a été abordé par Sylvie Matherat, économiste, senior advisor du cabinet de conseil et d'audit Mazars, Jean-Pierre Petit, président du Cahier Vert de l'Économie, et Philippe Trainar, professeur au Cnam, membre du Cercle des Économistes, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Les Experts
Les Experts : La BCE va arrêter les achats d'actifs avant de remonter ses taux, ne faudrait-il pas faire exactement l'nverse ? - 21/04

Les Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 27:35


Ce jeudi 21 avril, l'arrêt du programme d'achat d'actifs de la Banque centrale européenne, a été abordé par Sylvie Matherat, économiste, senior advisor du cabinet de conseil et d'audit Mazars, Jean-Pierre Petit, président du Cahier Vert de l'Économie, et Philippe Trainar, professeur au Cnam, membre du Cercle des Économistes, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

The Partial Historians
Special Episode – Early Rome with Emeritus Professor Tim Cornell

The Partial Historians

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 68:38


We sit down to chat all about early Rome with Tim Cornell. His scholarship is a landmark for thinking about the period between 1000-264 BCE

ThePrint
Pure science: When did the world's oldest analog computer “turn on” ?

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 9:42


The Antikythera Mechanism has been long thought to be the world's oldest known analog computer because of the presence of gears and wheels, and it's calculator capabilities for predicting motions of planets and eclipses. However, when it was built and what the start date is for calibrating the instrument has been unknown. While experts have suggested 204 BCE as the start date, a new study proposes the date of December 23, 178 BCE. ThePrint's Sandhya Ramesh explains. Subscribe to the Pure Science Telegram Channel https://t.me/PureScienceWithSandhyaRamesh Supplementary reading: Preprint | Voulgaris et al., 2022. The Initial Calibration Date of the Antikythera Mechanism after the Saros spiral mechanical Apokatastasis https://arxiv.org/pdf/2203.15045.pdf Marchant, J. In search of lost time. Nature 444, 534–538 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1038/444534a

Abertura de Mercado
Inflação, crescimento econômico e guerra na Ucrânia dominam debate no encontro do FMI

Abertura de Mercado

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 16:31


Esta semana, os olhos do mundo inteiro estarão voltados para Washington, onde Jerome Powell, do Fed, e Christine Largade, do BCE, estarão juntos em um debate no FMI sobre como lidar com inflação. A reunião faz parte de uma série encontros, promovidos pelo FMI e pelo Banco Mundial, que vão acontecer essa semana. No Brasil, o evento deve estar no foco dos investidores. Nesta segunda-feira, o presidente do Banco Central, Roberto Campos Neto, participa de um debate sobre a digitalização da moeda nacional. Apresentado por Thais Herédia e Priscila Yasbek, o CNN Money apresenta um balanço dos assuntos do noticiário que influenciam os mercados, as finanças e os rumos da sociedade e das dinâmicas de poder no Brasil e no mundo.

Spartan History Podcast
033. Cleomenean Sparta

Spartan History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 59:03


EPISODE 33 CLEOMENEAN SPARTACleomenes the first sat upon the Agiad throne of Sparta from around 520 to 490 BCE. Although his downfall just preceded the advent of the Greco-Persian wars, his reign was nonetheless pivotal to ultimate Greek victory in those conflicts. Despite the various levels of government in Sparta designed to curtail individual regel authority, Cleomenes practically dictated Spartan policy for the entirety of his rule.  Through sheer dynamism,  ruthlessness and often varying degrees of impiety his story is more or less the story of Sparta at the end of 6th and beginning of the 5th centuries. He had his enemies within the city, namely his co-king Demaratus who headed up the anti-Cleomenean party. He also had his enemies without. Regardless of these, and also his many unsuccessful endeavours, Cleomenes ruled with an iron fist and brooked little to no dissent. His life is a compelling tale that had everything from claims of illegitimacy, episodes of betrayal, sacrilegious intentions, and all the while the spectre of the Achaemenid  Persian empire and possible Hellenic subservience loomed in the background. His end was sticky, and fittingly rife with controversy. However, he left Sparta and more broadly Greece, in a position to not only take on the most deadly threat Hellenic civilisation had yet seen,  but also to win glory in the face of it.I hope you all enjoy and take good care. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/spartanhistoryhttps://paypal.me/SpartanHistoryhttps://www.spartanhistorypodcast.com/https://www.facebook.com/spartanhistorypodcasthttps://twitter.com/Spartan_History

Les experts
L'intégrale des Experts du vendredi 15 avril

Les experts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 48:56


Ce vendredi 15 avril, Nicolas Doze a reçu Olivier Babeau, président fondateur de l'Institut Sapiens, Nathalie Janson, professeur à Neoma Business School, et Frédéric Farah, économiste et enseignant chercheur à l'Université Paris Sorbonne, dans l'émission Les Experts sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

History of Persia
69! Musical Thrones

History of Persia

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 29:20


After 41 years on the throne, Artaxerxes I died in December 424 BCE. Much of his family had passed away over the decades, but he probably didn't expect his only legitimate heir to follow close behind him. Nevertheless, two bastard sons saw this as their time to shine. Patreon | Support Page Twitter | Facebook | Instagram --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/history-of-perisa/support

The History of Egypt Podcast
Remaster 06b: The Diary of Merer

The History of Egypt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 34:48


In the last years of Khufu's reign, work on the Great Pyramid was nearing completion. From this period, the Diary of Merer provides unexpected testimony: a record of workers contributing to the Giza project…Episode DetailsDate: c. 2600 BCE.The Diary of Merer: English translation and commentary by Prof. Pierre Tallet available free, at IFAO.Music by Keith Zizza www.keithzizza.net.Music by Bettina Joy de Guzman www.bettinajoydeguzman.com.Music interludes by Luke Chaos https://twitter.com/Luke_Chaos.Support the Show at www.egyptianhistorypodcast.com and patreon.com.Audio editing and processing by yourpodcastpal.com.Select ReferencesLehner and Hawass, Giza and the Pyramids (2017).Monnier and Lightbody, The Great Pyramid 2590 BC Onwards (2019).Tallet, Les Papyrus de la Mer Rouge I: Le "Journal de Merer" (Papyrus Jarf A et B) (2017).Tallet and Lehner, The Red Sea Scrolls: How Ancient Papyri Reveal the Secrets of the Pyramids (2021).Verner, The Pyramids: The Archaeology and History of Egypt's Iconic Monuments (2020). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Writer's Almanac
The Writer's Almanac Wednesday, April 6, 2022

The Writer's Almanac

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 5:00


On this day in 1748, excavations began to unearth the doomed city of Pompeii, the city buried in ash after the 79 BCE eruption of Mount Vesuvious.

The John Batchelor Show
#Pakistan: Drama Islamabad. Husain Haqqani @husainhaqqani, former Pakistani Ambassador to the United States; Hudson Institute. Bill Roggio @FDD RV

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 15:50


Photo:  The Pashupati seal:  unknown Indus Valley Civilization sealmaker from Mohenjodaro archaeological site.  Mohenjo-daro is an archaeological site in the province of Sindh, Pakistan. Built around 2500 BCE, it was one of the largest settlements of the ancient Indus Valley Civilisation, with features such as standardized bricks, street grids, and covered sewerage systems. #Pakistan: Drama Islamabad.  Husain Haqqani @husainhaqqani, former Pakistani Ambassador to the United States; Hudson Institute. Bill Roggio @FDD RV https://www.nytimes.com/live/2022/04/04/world/imran-khan-pakistan-news#imran-khan-throws-pakistan-into-a-political-crisis-and-his-future-hangs-in-the-balance