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In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with David Peña-Guzmán on dreams in animals. They discuss how we know animals dream, history of studying dreams, and how the sleep cycle works in animals. They talk about how animal dreaming is phenomenological and not necessarily computational, whether animals have consciousness, and the various models of consciousness. They discuss lucid dreaming, imagination, moral entitlements, and many more topics. David Peña Guzmán is an Associate Professor at San Francisco State University. He teaches on history and the philosophy of science, animal studies, and social theory. He has his PhD in Philosophy from Emory University and his work has appeared in many journals. His newest book, When Animals Dream: The Hidden World of Animal Consciousness is now available. You can find his work here. Twitter: @drpenaguzman1
A Dialogue on Catholicism w/ Mike Signorelli of V1 Church Michael Lofton and Mike Signorelli sit down to charitably discuss Mike’s concerns with Catholicism with the intention of finding common ground and clearing up misconceptions. For more information about Mr. Signorelli, visit his website: https://mikesignorelli.com/ #catholic #protestant #dialogue #pope #popefrancis #reformation
Richard Albert of the University of Texas at Austin, Nicholas Cole of the University of Oxford, and Alison Lacroix of the University of Chicago Law School compare the legal systems of the United States and the United Kingdom, including the ways both countries have influenced each other's constitutional and political structures over time, from the COVID-19 pandemic to rising threats to democracy around the world. Lana Ulrich, senior director of content at the National Constitution, moderates. The program is presented in partnership with the University of Oxford. Stay Connected and Learn More Continue the conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr. Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly. Please subscribe to Live at the National Constitution Center and our companion podcast We the People on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app. To watch National Constitution Center Town Hall programs live, check out our schedule of upcoming programs. Register through Zoom to ask your constitutional questions in the Q&A or watch live on YouTube
India has had remarkable economic transformational growth over the years. India has been shaping its own destiny and has evolved as a significant global actor. This panel seeks to discuss the dynamic evolution of India and its role in various issues, from responding to climate change and humanitarian crises to global peace and security, to technology and digital frontiers.India's availability now has enhanced to impact and shape the world that we are living in. India is deeply thinking about the kind of international governance it can contribute to.Going forward we also look at how India's actions will shape the 21st-century world and the pathways that lie ahead. What will shape India's decisions for the future? What is driving global expectations from a resolute India that is increasingly focused on creating favourable outcomes for its people and the world? How will India's transformation contribute to global well-being?S. Jaishankar, Minister of External Affairs, India João Gomes Cravinho, Minister of Foreign Affairs, PortugalStephen Harper, Former Prime Minister, CanadaJeff M. Smith, Senior Research Fellow, Asian Studies Center, The Heritage Foundation, United StatesVelina Tchakarova, Director, Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy, AustriaModerator: Samir Saran, President, Observer Research Foundation, India
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Tuesday, May 17, 2022 Hauck Auditorium | Hoover Institution, Stanford University The Hoover Institution hosts India's Opportunities in the 2020s on Tuesday, May 17, 2022 from 6:00PM – 7:00PM PT in Hauck Auditorium at the David & Joan Traitel Building at the Hoover Institution. You are cordially invited to a special event marking the launch of the Hoover Institution's new program on Strengthening US-India Relations India's Opportunities in the 2020s A Dialogue between Condoleezza Rice Tad and Dianne Taube Director, Hoover Institution, and N. Chandrasekaran Chairman, Tata Sons, with questions to follow. SPEAKERS Condoleezza Rice is the Tad and Dianne Taube Director of the Hoover Institution and the Thomas and Barbara Stephenson Senior Fellow on Public Policy. In addition, she is a founding partner of Rice, Hadley, Gates & Manuel LLC, an international strategic consulting firm. Rice served as the sixty-sixth secretary of state of the United States (2005-2009) and as President George W. Bush's national security adviser (2001 to 2005). Natarajan Chandrasekaran is Chairman of the Board at Tata Sons, the holding company and promoter of all Tata Group companies. Chandra joined the Board of Tata Sons in October 2016 and was appointed Chairman in January 2017. He also chairs the Boards of several group operating companies, including Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Tata Power, Air India, Tata Chemicals, Tata Consumer Products, Indian Hotel Company and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) – of which he was Chief Executive from 2009-17.
What does having a call on your life look like? The simple answer to this question is to follow the discussion between host Nicson Silvanie and co-host Adnie Gaudin, special guest Darryl Smith. The Promise of Isaac Genesis 17:17; 18:1-12; 21:1-2The promise of IsaacGod appeared to Abraham and reiterated His promise of a childHe is one of the first foreshadowing of ChristYahweh is consistent with His planSarah tells Abraham to send Hagar and Ishmael awayGod ask Abraham to offer up IsaacIsaac carries the wood, fire and did not realize he was the offeringThe way to salvation:Hear: Romans 10:17Believe: Hebrews 11:6Repent: Acts 17:30-31Confess: Matthew 10:32Be Baptized: Mark 16:15-16Be faithful unto death: Revelation 2:10A Call to SalvationSupport the show
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Steven Koonin about climate change and how to best engage with climate science. They discuss how people can trust the science on climate from institutions and published data. They mention the differences between weather and climate, radiative equilibrium, and greenhouse gases. They review the data on carbon, discuss various forms of energy such as fossil fuels, clean energy, and nuclear energy. They talk about rising temperatures, increased precipitation, and rising sea levels. They discuss how much responsibility humans have on the changing climate, balanced responses to tackle climate change, and many other topics. Steven Koonin is a theoretical physicist and Professor of Information, Operations, & Management Sciences and Director for Urban Science and Progress at Stern School of Business at New York University. From 2009-2011, he was the Undersecretary for science, Department of Energy during the Obama administration. Formerly, he was BP's Chief Scientist and Provost and Vice President of California Institute of Technology. He has his Bachelors in Physics from California Institute of Technology and PhD in theoretical physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the member of numerous academies such as the American Physical Society, the American Association of the Advancement of Sciences, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the U.S. National Academy of Sciences. He is the author of the most recent book, Unsettled: What Climate Science Tells Us, What it Doesn't, and Why it Matters. You can find his work here.
Today on SuperIdols! RPG, we finally get to see what's inside the secret secret secret secret seCREt SecREt seeeeeecreT sEEeCRrretTTttT—CONTENT WARNINGS: Discussions of racism, person trapped in coffin-like encasement, unnaturally long fingers, sustained low-level droning noise, unsettling distortion and crackling sound effectsCast:Dana Lexa (she/her, @AuthorX) as Valerie Pearce / Violence VioletTea (they/them) as Angie Blake / Bane KittenDrak (he/they, @Drakoniques) as Jaiden Lott / ElementumLuca (he/they, @QueenBe15160871) as Allen Micucci / Queen BeeLiv Chavez (she/they, @livinaday) as Lucia Moore / TrixieErynCerise (she/her, @eryncerise) as The GMGuest Player:Nathan Blades (he/they @PhantomArtsEnt) as Absolute Zero, a.k.a. Zero Degrees, a.k.a. Kelvin WyattBuy Nathan's Games: https://sixofspades.itch.io/Dialogue and Cleanup Editing:Kathleen Childs (from the Sword of Symphonies podcast): https://www.peachgardengames.com/----------Support SuperIdols! RPG on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/superidolsrpg----------SuperIdols! RPG is a proud member of the Be Gay Roll Dice podcast network!Featured Podcasts:The Junket Podcast: https://thejunketpodcast.com/----------Join the Be Gay Roll Dice Discord!: https://discord.gg/cQ9h2meBGRD Twitter: https://twitter.com/BEGAYROLLDICE----------Logo Art: Prissmbell (@Prissmbell)Character Art: Onsta (@onstamonsta)Ending Theme: "Born to Drive Me Crazy (Instrumental)" by Humans Win (used under license from Storyblocks.com)Absolute Zero's dance theme: "Buns & Guns 2" by Firage - https://soundcloud.com/firageKelvin's untitled demo: "DEMO Session 8" by DJdoubleK&Olley - https://soundcloud.com/dj-double-k-2Lucia's psychic heart-to-heart: "T.I.D. (Till I Die)" by Terri Skillz - https://soundcloud.com/terriskillz"I am the Violence" by Street Sorcery - https://streetsorcery.bandcamp.com/Other incidental music and sound effects for this episode are licensed from Storyblocks.com and Freesound.org. For inquiries about specific tracks, please contact the GM on Twitter @eryncerise.This campaign is played using Masks: A New Generation, written by Brendan Conway and published by Magpie Games, with custom moves by ErynCerise and Zak P.SuperIdols! RPG is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Etta Madete Mukuba (*1992) ist Sustainable Design-Architektin und Projektmanagerin mit einem Schwerpunkt auf erschwinglichem nachhaltigen Bauprojekten – sowie eine mit Awards geehrte Violinistin. Sie ist EDGE-Expertin und Aspen Senior Fellow. Sie hat mit Rem Koolhaas an der Harvard Graduate School of Design und dem Guggenheim Museum in New York zusammengearbeitet. Derzeit ist sie die Leiterin für bezahlbaren Wohnraum bei BuildX Studio und Dozentin (TF) an der Universität von Nairobi. In all diesen Funktionen praktiziert, lehrt und forscht sie zu architektonischen Designinnovationen, die eine nachhaltige wirtschaftliche, soziale und ökologische Entwicklung in Kenia und darüber hinaus ermöglichen sollen. Zur Zeit promoviert sie an der Universität Nairobi über "Air Quality in Dense Apartment Blocks; A case of Nairobi, Kenya". 2021 erhielt sie ihren Master of Architecture in Umweltdesign von der Universität von Nairobi. Sie erhielt zahlreiche Stipendien und ist in mehreren Berufsverbänden aktiv, u.a. hat sie die Berufsregistrierung als eingetragener Architekt in Kenia; sie war 2020 am Aspen Institute New Voices Senior Fellow mit fortgeschrittener Ausbildung in Advocacy. Sie ist Mitglied der Architektonischen Vereinigung von Kenia (AAK)- Mitglied im Women in Real Estate (WIRE)- Mitglied Kenya Property Developers Association (KPDA)- Mitglied. Wichtig für sie sind die zahlreiche Projekte im Bereich erschwinglicher Wohnungsbau bei BuildX Studio, einem Architektur- und Bauunternehmen mit Sitz in Nairobi, die sie seit 2019 als Architektin und Projektleiterin durchgeführt hat, Außerdem lehrt sie seit 2017 an der Universität von Nairobi im Fachbereich Architektur. In ihren großen Projekten, wie Zima Homes Affordable Housing (2020- ), führt sie Machbarkeitsstudien durch, leitet das Projekt, stellt Businesspläne auf und sorgt für Kredite und Zuschüsse. CSR UND GEMEINSCHAFTSAKTIVITÄTEN Sie ist vielfältig in Social Responsibility-Projekten tätig. So war sie 2014-2020 Lead Facilitator für die John Mukaye Madete Foundation, die die Schulgebühren für unterprivilegierte Schüler im Westen Kenias finanziert und ihnen Führungsqualitäten vermittelt. Sie ist Gründerin und war 2011-2013 Tutorin des Geigenprogramms bei Ghetto Classics, das Musik unterrichtet und Schüler aus Korogocho, Nairobi, betreut. BuildX Studio Leitende Kuratorin für die Barbican-Ausstellung "Unsere Zeit auf der Erde", die in der Curve Gallery in London im Mai 2022 eröffnet wird. Sie war 2018-2020 leitende Forscherin und Co-Kuratorin für "Countryside Studio", in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Team von Rem Koolhaas in den OMA Studios (Niederlande), der Harvard Graduate School of Design und dem Guggenheim Museum in New York SEMINARE UND GREMIEN Moderatorin für Healthy Cities-Healthy Cities Healthy People launch an event by WHO, UN habitat etc. // Moderatorin für den East Africa Property Investment Summit (EAPI) - WIRE-Panel-Präsentation - Kenya's Built Environment Sector's Economic Recovery Plan Through a Gender Lens - Juli 2021; Präsentation eines Vortrags über 'African Avant Gard' an der Städelschule - Mai 2021; Panelist- Habitat for humanity- SANKALP global health circular design; Moderatorin bei Veranstaltungen von WIRE (Women in Real Estate), Kenyatta University, JKUAT, Cafe construct podcast, AAK Webinars, UN75, The future is unwritten Dialogue, UN SDG action zone-Speaker, Carbon positive reset; Lead Facilitator bei Nafacity - Planning & Design Workshop in Zusammenarbeit mit UCL und British Council (2018); Kenianische Vertreterin bei der internationalen Student Design Charrette des Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), gesponsert von der Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA-2017); Kenianische Vertreterin des Commonwealth Youth Orchestra, Teilnehmerin an Konzerten in London und Glasgow (2013 und 2016)
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Guest Host: J. Warner Wallace J. Warner Wallace talks about how the claims about Jesus are historical and can be tested (unlike claims about Peter Pan), then he answers a question about whether one should be happy that a child has entered into a homosexual relationship and is no longer depressed. Topics: Commentary: How the claims about Jesus differ from claims about Peter Pan (00:00) If my son, who recently told me he's bisexual, finds a man to be with and is no longer depressed, should I be happy that he's happy? (19:00) Mentioned on the Show: Sean McDowell and Matthew Vines on the Bible and Homosexuality Christopher Yuan Becket Cook Related Links: A Response to Matthew Vines: The Bible Doesn't Support Same-Sex Relationships by Amy Hall An Evaluation of the Dialogue between Sean McDowell and Matthew Vines Answering Matthew Vines's 40 Questions A Reformation the Church Doesn't Need Part 1 and Part 2 by Alan Shlemon Be Willing to Submit to Our Good God on the Issue of Homosexuality by Amy Hall What Does the Bible Really Teach about Homosexuality? by Kevin DeYoung
Howard Jones returns to the Greater Chicagoland area on July 2 for a show at the Des Plaines Theater (with Midge Ure!)The legendary synth pop hitmaker joined me for an episode that talked about his decades of music excellence, from “Human's Lib” through this summer's “Dialogue” album. Howard Jones is a longtime favorite, and it was an honor to chat with him for 30 minutes on this episode of Car Con Carne. Photo: Simon Fowler / howardjones.com
durée : 00:58:45 - Les Cours du Collège de France - par : Merryl Moneghetti - Comment Proust essayiste se fait-il philosophe ? En regardant la manière dont Proust dialogue avec l'essayisme du philosophe Bergson, que pouvons-nous apprendre de l'essayisme de l'auteur de la fresque romanesque "A la Recherche du temps perdu" ? demande Clément Girardi - invités : Clément Girardi A été titulaire d'un poste d'ATER auprès la chaire de Littérature française moderne et contemporaine du Collège de France. Il enseigne les lettres modernes au Lycée Johannes-Gutenberg de Créteil; Antoine Compagnon professeur émérite de littérature française au Collège de France
The ancients wondered whether gods were subject to constructs of Time and Fate. Today, we question whether God can change rules like E = mc2 or if He works in rhythm with the universe, yielding to the laws of nature. Join host Scott Langdon as he revisits a section from God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher that solves these age-old questions and explores Polytheism, reincarnation, the human mind as a medium, and the relationship between God and humans. Following is a dynamic discussion between Dr. Richard Oxenberg and Dr. Jerry L. Martin, investigating the book's implications and the big picture of life.Is existence meaningless and no one in control as the nihilists believe, or are the absolutists correct in disproving meaninglessness with an absolute reality capable of controlling everything? Join us somewhere in the middle, a twilight zone located at the crossroads of philosophy, history, and our understanding of God. Consider the world's religions as exploratory points of interaction between humans and God, seeking to understand His nature, developing a joint project of self-discovery and fulfillment, leading to the big picture of it all.We appreciate your support, comments, and reviews! Join the conversation and community, share a story or question, and view more content from God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | Contact: email@example.com___Read God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher.Begin the dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A PhilosopherRelated Episodes-[Two Philosophers Wrestle With God] Dialogue 5 The Big Picture 74; Dialogue 4 The Nature Of Divine Reality 70, 71; Dialogue 3 Purpose 66, 65; Dialogue 2 Revelation 61, 62; Dialogue 1 Jerry's Story 57, 58-[Dramatic Adaptation / Abridged Audiobook] 18- God Explains Polytheism In A Way I Understand
In this next mini episode from our series of Freedom Talks, we examine some common superstitions and ask, "why?"FREEDOM TALKS are our bite-sized episodes with Vivekji featuring questions from seekers across the world. Want to join Meaningful Mornings? Learn more.For those on the journey of self-development, Chinmaya Mission Niagara provides a community forum to listen, reflect, and contemplate. This podcast is produced by young adults of Chinmaya Mission, an international non-profit organization working to transform individuals through the knowledge of Vedanta.
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla had a dialogue with Elizabeth Popp Berman about the economic style and how it has permeated American economics over the 20th Century. They start the conversation by giving an example of the economic style limiting the Obama Administration. They define and explain what the economic style is and how it will emphasize efficiency. They discuss the history of the economic style, how it became institutionalized, along with an overview of Macro and Micro economics. They also talk about the shift to public policy and how we got things like the Congressional Budget Office (CBO). They discuss how the economic style was used in the Reagan and Clinton administrations and what are other alternatives besides the economic style. Elizabeth Popp Berman is a sociologist and Associate Professor of Organizational Studies at the University of Michigan. She has her PhD from the University of California, Berkeley and studies economic sociology and the sociology of science and knowledge. She is the author of the most recent book, Thinking Like An Economist. You can find her work here and here. Twitter: @epopppp
Join Brent Anderson as he tells stories from his experiences in the Enchanted Mountains of the Alleghany River Valley, in rural Uganda, and in the challenges of health care in Sacramento. Brent opens up learnings gleaned from work with trauma, poverty, healing divisions, and equipping people with skills do dialogue across polarities, thus deepening relationships and strengthening communal resilience. From Brent's interview: “As a chaplain…. I learned so much more about the movement of Spirit in and through the lives of my patients that were experiencing it in such a practical way. You know, from the powerful ways the Spirit moves in our vulnerability and our pain, and also what really is mattering to people; many graced moments of "the ordinary". But I was also present to the utterly extraordinary. I got to hear over a hundred first-hand near-death experiences. As people would recount these vivid encounters when they reached kind of that brink of death and then have this experience of this luminous divine healing light, or encountering past family members. … The ministry was like an extreme sport. It was the extremes of trauma and the extremes of grace. Sometimes in the exact same encounter.” “The area of town where our clinic and hospital are is an area where there's a lot of poverty where people have significant social challenges, higher rates of traumatic upbringings, and that also does include human trafficking. This clinic team, feeling the horror of the reality of human trafficking, wondered if they could do something more about it. And so fast forward … to just two years later, this team had successfully established the nation's very first medical home for human trafficking survivors; it's a key part now of a multi-agency process that wraps survivors with the kind of multiple layers of support. They found their passion in service and went on to literally write the book in trauma informed care for survivors of human trafficking. … Our physicians, our nurses, our medical assistants all coalesced around this ministry. And this medical home model for survivors of human trafficking is now being replicated nationwide.” “For me, the most important part of spiritual direction is Franciscan presence. It's so core to the work. The inner quiet and the prevalent attention creates spaciousness to welcome the soul of the other. I think of it as Franciscan hospitality, but at the level of soul. … I think that's the power of Franciscan presence in spiritual direction that helps people be open to the healing and the integrated work of the Spirit.” “I think the Franciscan values of active peacemaking and tending in an integral ecology contains the wisdom that our world needs right now to bridge the divides that we have today. I'm stunned that all of our children go through an education system where they learn about science and history and math and a foreign language, but they never learn the language of the heart and how to deeply listen to the soul of another human being. And while trained chaplains and spiritual directors do this with Franciscan presence on a professional level, I think we'd live in such a more connected and loving place if even a critical mass of us had some training in how to hold this kind of space for each other.” For a full transcript, please include episode number and email: firstname.lastname@example.org. References: St. Bonaventure University: https://www.sbu.edu/ and Mount Irenaeus Franciscan Mountain Community: https://mountainonline.org/ Franciscan School of Theology (FST): https://www.fst.edu/ ; FST was previously in Berkeley, part of the Graduate Theological Union: https://www.gtu.edu/schools-and-centers#schools Alleghany River and the Enchanted Mountains: https://enchantedmountains.com/page/about ; for some comic relief in this substantial conversation, rope swing over a river: https://datagenetics.com/blog/september42014/index.html Semester at Sea: https://www.semesteratsea.org/ Spiritual Exercises, Jesuit 30-day retreat: https://thejesuitpost.org/2021/09/jesuit-101-the-spiritual-exercises-the-heart-of-the-jesuits/ Greccio, the story of the first live nativity, initiated by Saint Francis, in Greccio Italy, 1 Celano 30:84-87: https://www.franciscantradition.org/francis-of-assisi-early-documents/the-saint/the-life-of-saint-francis-by-thomas-of-celano/695-fa-ed-1-page-254 “If you want peace, work for justice” – a quote by Pope Paul VI. An introductory article that links to the original text and further resources: https://www.catholicjournal.us/2011/08/04/if-you-want-peace-work-for-justice/ Millennium Villages: https://www.millenniumpromise.org/millenniumvillages World Health Organization Global Fund: an article re: HIV and health systems https://www.who.int/news/item/30-06-2021-who-and-global-fund-sign-cooperation-agreement-to-scale-up-hiv-tb-and-malaria-interventions-and-strengthen-health-systems Child mortality from easily preventable disease: https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/children-reducing-mortality History of Leprosy: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_leprosy ; an exploration of Saint Francis' doing penance, showing mercy with lepers: https://friarmusings.com/2012/11/09/francis-of-assisi-a-period-of-crisis-embracing-the-leper/ Near-Death Experiences: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Near-death_experience CommonSpirit Health (formerly Dignity Health) Human Trafficking, trauma response, training resources: https://commonspiritpophealth.org/programs-tools/violence-human-trafficking/ Wendy Barnes: https://www.dignityhealth.org/hello-humankindness/human-trafficking/survivor-led-and-survivor-informed and her book: “And Life Continues: Sex Trafficking and My Journey to Freedom”: https://www.amazon.com/Life-Continues-Trafficking-Journey-Freedom/dp/1502304171 Healing Divisions, founded by Brent Anderson: https://healingdivisions.org/ ; "Conflict to Connection: Science & Spirituality for Engaging Across Divides" Zoom retreat: https://healingdivisions.org/conflict-to-connection Healing Divisions Spiritual Direction Ministry: https://healingdivisions.org/spiritual-direction , Spiritual Directors International: https://www.sdicompanions.org/ ; spiritual directors accompany individuals or groups in deepening their spiritual lives and their relationship with God. See interview with Teresa Blythe: https://youtu.be/b6l7UN9wxEg; for further exploration, listen to Sister Michelle at: https://40minutesoffaith.com/podcast/spiritualdirection
It was not in a grove of trees, and I did not see a pillar of light when I first communed with Heavenly Mother. Instead, I was lying crumpled on the floor of my shower, hot water beating down upon me. My breasts were heavy and sore from producing milk for my second baby, aRead More » The post Dialogue Out Loud #20: Mothers and Authority first appeared on The Dialogue Journal.
Soul-centered dialogue flows from the heart when you are standing in truth and unconditional love. You speak on honor of your highest good and the highest good of another. In this episode I share about:Why soul-centered dialogue is so important in every interactionHow speaking from your soul is truly fulfilling and centeringA tip on how to start speaking with a soul-centered dialogueBook Now:https://www.bernadettehartman.com/private-sessions/ Stay ConnectedWebsite: https://www.bernadettehartman.comLive Monthly Call: https://www.bernadettehartman.com/product/monthly-group-call/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bhartman05Purchase Essential Oils: https://www.myyl.com/bhartman111
Avec : Thierry Coste, lobbyiste. - Tous les jours à 8h10 en direct sur RMC, plusieurs personnalités libres débattent de l'actualité avec les auditeurs dans "Les fortes têtes". Chaque jour, Apolline de Malherbe accompagnée de Charles Magnien, donne rendez-vous aux auditeurs RMC et téléspectateurs de RMC Story pour une matinale d'information, de débat et d'opinion unique. Avec une équipe de journalistes, elle apporte son regard quotidien sur l'information et reçoit chaque matin les acteurs de l'actualité. Les auditeurs et téléspectateurs sont plus que jamais au cœur des échanges. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).
This week we are joined by Comrade Adam, a Lost Horizons alumnus of Red Library fame, to discuss what sort of dialogue can be had between Marxism and Buddhism. We decided to branch out, and cover a non-Christian faith in this continuation of our series on Marxism and religion. We hope to continue touching on other faiths and their interaction and overlap with the emancipatory project. Dharmic Marxism- A blog that posts about Marxism and Buddhism https://dharmicmarxism.wordpress.com/Subjective Conditions Podcasthttps://sites.libsyn.com/subjectiveconditions?fbclid=IwAR3KGWIeoFCwqPy8A0Cmbhher7JsWW9iAfGYqEmwajic8yVd_BeNweLYp28Music- YOB- In Our BloodSupport the show
How can the EU–India partnership help define the New World Order? Do EU initiatives like Global Gateway represent a strategy of complementary competition or a new way forward for infrastructure delivery? Can India and the EU forge a third way on technology in an era of intense confrontation? What's next for Europe after Ukraine: Are we in a new cold war or is there an offramp to peace? What lessons has China learnt from Ukraine and what will be the EU position on Beijing going forward? With European security facing its greatest challenge since the end of the Cold War, will we see the EU emerge as a significant military actor?Ursula Von Der Leyen, President, European Commission, at the inaugural of Raisina Dialogue 2022 Terranova, and in conversation with Dr Samir Saran, President, Observer Research Foundation.The conference is hosted by the Observer Research Foundation in collaboration with the Government of India, Ministry of External Affairs.
Today's episode includes a conversation between Danielle and Chelli about their thoughts and reactions to the SCOTUS Draft that argues for the overturning of Roe v Wade. Here are some resources to follow up on today's episode. We are missing many so if you have some to share, don't hesitate to reach out. Find out who your legislators are by visiting https://malegislature.gov/search/findmylegislator and let them know how feel about the SCOTUS draft. Visit keepourclinics.org to donate to support abortion clinics.
In this episode we cover the Disney Plus/Marvel series Moon Knight. We get into Egyptian representation, DID, and fan out over the Scarlet Scarab, Oscar Isaac and more. *Episode contains spoilers*Please follow us on Instagram @Play.Hype.Dialogue
Do you struggle with negative thinking? Maybe you have a harsh inner critic that crushes your confidence? How do you get rid of negative thoughts? WATCH THE FULL YOUTUBE VIDEO HERE: https://youtu.be/oWtbi4Bjj8w In this wonderful interview and conversation with Cheyne Towers, we talk about
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Megan Kate Nelson on the western theater of the Civil War and the history of Yellowstone National Park. They discuss the reasoning for fighting in the western theater of the Civil War, location specifics, and various characters involved. They discuss the involvement of various Native American tribes, White Americans forcible removal of Native peoples, and how the Civil War was fought on various stages. They also talk about the difficult history of Yellowstone, President Grant's role in the reconstruction period, and how Yellowstone went from expedition to the first National Park. They discuss how one can have a well-rounded view of National Parks and many other topics. Megan Kate Nelson is a historian and writer. She has a PhD in American Studies from the University of Iowa and has previously taught at Texas Tech University, Harvard University, and Brown University. Her main interest areas are on the Civil War, US West, and has been published in many major publications. She is the author of numerous books including The Three Cornered War of which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and Saving Yellowstone. You can find her here. Twitter: @megankatenelson
The Immeasurable Podcast is highlighting a fifteen-part series from Ojai recorded in 1980 where J. Krishnamurti spoke with David Bohm about the ending of time. You can visit Pine Cottage where this conversation took place, and where Krishnamurti lived and passed away, during visiting hours at the Krishnamurti Library in Ojai, CA. Visit kfa.org for details.J. Krishnamurti & David Bohm - Ojai 1980 - Dialogue 4: Breaking the Pattern of Ego-centred ActivitySeries: The Ending of TimeWhat will make a human being change, deeply, fundamentally, radically?Will I, as a human being, give up my egocentric activity completely?The more knowledge I have acquired, as I have evolved, as I have grown, as I have experienced, it has strengthened me, and I have been walking on that path for millennia. Perhaps I may have to look at this problem totally differently - which is not to walk on that path at all; discard all knowledge I have acquired.Explanations have been the boat on which to cross to the other shore. The man on the other shore says there is no boat. Cross! What happens to me when I meet something that is completely solid, immovable, absolutely true?Psychological knowledge has made us dull.For more information about J. Krishnamurti and the Krishnamurti foundations:International Site - http://www.jkrishnamurti.org/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jk.krishnamurtiKrishnamurti Foundation Trust, UK - http://www.kfoundation.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of America - http://www.kfa.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of India - http://www.kfionline.org/Fundación Krishnamurti Latinoamericana - http://www.fkla.org/© 1980 Krishnamurti Foundation of America Support the show
Come and listen while Host Candace Gish interviews a variety of extraordinary women, whom are working to make the world a better place! #DivasThatCare Amy Bovaird has worked as a ghostwriter and is the author of five memoirs: the Mobility Series and the Finding Joy After Loss Series. She is the recipient of the “Distinguished Merit of Literature” by Ohio Valley University for her first memoir, Mobility Matters. Her articles have appeared in Christian Woman, Capper's, Dialogue, and Standard Take-Home Papers. She is a former ESL instructor, world traveler, and inspirational speaker. Amy peppers her talks with faith, humor and culture. She also happens to be legally blind and losing her hearing. But she advocates living your best life, one rich in gratitude. Since Amy has lived with substantial loss, she uses her platform to encourage others facing loss. Amy now lives in northwest Pennsylvania in the same house where she grew up, where is bossed around by three domineering cats.
Está no ar mais um Serviço de Atendimento à Cavalaria, aquele podcast da Rede Geek capaz de ouvir e interagir com empatia com quem está do outro lado da linha! No episódio dessa semana, acompanhe a saga dos bolos, descubra se o morango será a ameixa do futuro e ouça o Prof. Maury - somelier de áudio! Dialogue e tenha suas solicitações atendidas (ou não) nesse atendimento sob o comando dos Marechais Tato Tarcan e Prof. Maury! Gostou do episódio? Quer participar? Mande um comentário em áudio pelo WhatsApp +55 11 98765-6950.
We are so excited to speak with bestselling author Emily Henry (Beach Read, People We Meet on Vacation) about all things character—how to make a character intense yet likable, how to make dialogue snappy yet believable—and how to make the most of an enemies-to-lovers dynamic. We also discuss over-editing, the (false!) idea that there's a magic formula for getting published, and how Emily got her first agent the traditional "Google and cold query" way. We also discuss what makes female (versus male characters) "likable"--and when we care to cater to those expectations. We had so much fun having this discussion. Hope you love listening as much as we enjoyed talking with her. * Emily Henry is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of People We Meet on Vacation and Beach Read, as well as several young adult novels. She lives and writes in Cincinnati and the part of Kentucky just beneath it. Her books have been featured in Buzzfeed, Oprah Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, The New York Times, The Skimm, Shondaland, and more. Find her on Instagram @EmilyHenryWrites.
Revisit a section from God: an Autobiography, as Told to a Philosopher through the dramatic adaptation, and dive into the dynamic discussion between philosophers over the 'big picture.' Does philosophical tradition get the big picture and ultimate reality wrong? Better understand God's message in the book by exploring the self behind the self, the God beyond God, and the Atman, or soul of God. Jerry explains which God spoke to him, the reincarnations of God, and the paradox of same and different. The discussion looks at pain, God's loneliness, God's knowledge of the plan or telos, and the actualization of God within this world. Learn about the creative force of God and the disruption that the rest of reality creates, beginning with the Big Bang or God's birth. Join host Scott Langdon as he connects Dr. Richard Oxenberg and Dr. Jerry L. Martin in this discussion for the series: Where Two Philosophers Wrestle with God, Dialogue Five, Part One. Please, leave a review or rating of the podcast today. We appreciate your support and enjoy reading comments and learning more about our listeners' and readers' experiences!Join the conversation, share your story, ask a question, join the community, or view more content. God: an Autobiography, as Told to a Philosopher: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | Contact: email@example.com____Listen to God: an Autobiography, as Told to a Philosopher by Dr. Jerry L. Martin through the dramatic adaptation and voice talent of Scott Langdon starting with episode 1.Related Episode: 16. Where God takes me back to experience the beginning... of everything!
In today's Books with Hooks, we're joined by Paige and Rianne who submitted their work for critique. Carly and CeCe discuss how to make your query properly voicey and following the ‘language' of your novel; cornering your protagonist to create tension; the need for a personified antagonistic force in your query/novel; and the need for active emotions.After which, Bianca chats with Emily Henry, NYT Bestselling author of Book Lovers, about developing characters; the progress made in the romance genre; writing as an inherently political act; what draws Emily to writing about publishing; and Emily's advice for writing good dialogue and witty banter. Find us on our socials:Twitter: @TSNOTYAW @BiancaM_author @carlywatters @ceciliaclyraInstagram: @biancamarais_author @carlywatters @cece_lyra_agent @ the_shit_about_writingFacebook: @tsnotyawWebsite: www.biancamarais.com and www.theshitaboutwriting.comEmily can be found at @emilyhenrywrites on Instagram and at www.emilyhenrybooks.com
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Zoe Chance about the power of influence. They discuss what influence is and why it is important for humans. They discuss some of the misconceptions of influence, her reframing of Daniel Kahneman's system 1 and system 1, and the necessity of saying no. They talk about the elements of negotiation, how to spot red flags, and many other topics. Zoe Chance is researcher and teacher with her main interests being in influence. She has her PhD from Harvard University and is currently a professor at the Yale School of Management. She is the author of Influence is Your Superpower: The Science of Winning Hearts, Sparking Change, and Making Good Things Happen. Twitter: @zoebchance
Dave and James talk about... talking. How do you bring your comic conversations to life? What gets left out? How do you make it funny? And find out which hugely famous TV writer calls dialogue "the least important part of my job".
“My belly is expanding. It is not as much as I had expected—nothing like the maternity models (who I suspect might not even be pregnant) who now populate my computer screen's pop-up ads. Nonetheless, it expands, inch by inch, week by week, straining veins and skin, with my belly button starting to tighten and protrudeRead More » The post Dialogue Out Loud #19: In Praise of Belly Buttons (four meditations) first appeared on The Dialogue Journal.
Margaret Myers returns to The Belt and Road Podcast to speak with Erik about the role and development of China's International Insurance sector and in Latin America and the Caribbean. The conversation is based on her January 2022 report from The Dialogue entitled Going Out, Guaranteed: Chinese Insurers in Latin America. Margaret Myers is the director of the Asia & Latin America Program at the Inter-American Dialogue. She created the Dialogue's China and Latin America Working Group in 2011, as well as the China-Latin America Finance Database in cooperation with the Global China Initiative at Boston University's Global Development Policy Center. She has previously worked as a Latin America analyst and China analyst for the U.S. Department of Defense.Recommendations:MargaretAlbright, Zara C., Rebecca Ray, Yudong (Nathan) Liu (2022), China-Latin America and the Caribbean Economic Bulletin, 2022 Edition ErikRichard Simmons 'Sweatin' to the Oldies' Workout VideoA special thanks to Taili Ni for editing this episode!
De nombreuses délégations tchadiennes sont réunies depuis près de deux mois au Qatar dans le cadre de pourparlers qui n'ont toujours pas abouti. Cette impasse politique a entraîné un nouveau report du dialogue national inclusif, qui devait débuter le 10 mai au Tchad, dont l'objectif est notamment de définir un nouveau "contrat social". Éric Topona Monga, journaliste en charge de l'actualité africaine pour la Deutsche Welle et auteur de "Essai pour la refondation du Tchad", livre son analyse.
The key topics that should be receiving board attention in the near term have less to do with traditional operational matters, and more to do with social and economic issues of concern to the workforce and the mission. To bring understanding to these key concerns, we turn to our quarterly conversation with Ken Kaufman, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Kaufman Hall. Ken has been visiting with clients and other leaders of the healthcare industry and has also been busy with his popular blog, addressing pressing subjects ranging from inflation to artificial intelligence. Ken has returned to our podcast today to share his insights on topics that include: - Social justice board initiatives that have developed in the wake of the George Floyd murder. - The impact of individual actions regarding equality at the CEO level. - Addressing current workforce culture and employee retention concerns. - The impact of rising inflation rates on hospitals and health systems. - Realities and expectations of today's board members. - Forward-thinking advice for board members and directors.
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Jomana Qaddour and Gissou Nia about many of the human rights atrocities in the Syrian conflict. They discuss the origins and data on the Syrian conflict, a chronology of events in the conflict, and allies of the Syrian government. They discuss the atrocities of human rights violations and why the international community has been on the sidelines. They discuss the international law dynamics and pragmatic ways in which aid could be delivered to the Syrian people. Jomana Qaddour is a Senior Fellow of the Rafik Hariri Center and Middle East Programs at the Atlantic Council. Currently, she is a doctorate student at Georgetown University Law Center where her work focuses on ethno-sectarianism in Syria, Iraq, and Bosnia. She has been a Senior Policy Analyst at the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom and Senior Research Assistant and Publications Manager for the Project on U.S. Relations with the Islamic World at the Brookings Institution's Center for Middle East Policy. Twitter: @jomanaqaddour Gissou Nia is the Director of the Strategic Litigation Project for Middle East Programs at the Atlantic Council. She is a human rights lawyer and is the board chair of the Iran Human Rights Documentation Center. Her main interests focus on human rights advocacy, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. Twitter: @gissounia
This is the fourth and final dialogue that focuses on the mystical text, The Cloud of Unknowing. In this episode, Jim and Kirsten discuss Session 3 where Jim talks about the fourth and final phase in The Cloud of Unknowing, the perfect life. Resources: Turning to the Mystics is a podcast by the Center for Action and Contemplation. To learn more about Jim, visit jamesfinley.org For the transcript for this podcast will be available Tuesday May 3rd, 2022. The book being used for this season can be found here. Connect with us: We also produce other podcasts you might enjoy. To learn more about them and our other offerings, visit cac.org This podcast is made possible, thanks to the generosity of our donors. If you would love to support the ongoing work of the Center for Action and Contemplation and the continued work of our podcasts, you can donate at cac.org/podcastsupport Thank you!