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The History of Literature
480 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (with Ritchie Robertson)

The History of Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 60:26


In 1878, critic Matthew Arnold wrote, "Goethe is the greatest poet of modern times... because having a very considerable gift for poetry, he was at the same time, in the width, depth, and richness of his criticism of life, by far our greatest modern man." In this episode, Jacke talks to Ritchie Robertson, author of Goethe: A Very Short Introduction, about the life and works of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832): scientist, administrator, artist, art critic, and supreme literary writer in a vast variety of genres. Ritchie Robertson is Taylor Professor of German in the University of Oxford. He is the author of The 'Jewish Question' in German Literature, 1749-1939: Emancipation and its Discontents (OUP, 1999), Mock-Epic Poetry from Pope to Heine (OUP, 2009), and Kafka; A Very Short Introduction (OUP, 2004). He has translated several German authors into English for the Oxford World's Classics and Penguin Classics series, and has been a Fellow of the British Academy since 2004. Additional listening: 463 Friedrich Nietzsche (with Ritchie Robertson) George Eliot 111 The Americanest American - Ralph Waldo Emerson Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/donate. The History of Literature Podcast is a member of Lit Hub Radio and the Podglomerate Network. Learn more at www.thepodglomerate.com/historyofliterature. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast
Radio Goethe 01-20-2023

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023


Tim Köhler & Band: Alte Freunde Apanorama: Shelter Kapelle Bomhard: Feierohmd Kellerkommando feat. Karin Rabhansl: Wer waaß Anna Aaron: Licked To Rococo Rot: Telema Schwarz: Dieb Faun feat. Micha Rhein: Buntes Volk Snake Skin: I am the dark Armageddon Dildos: Tanz auf dem Vulkan Eisbrecher: Nein Danke Deathline International: In den Staub KMFDM: All 4 1 KMFDM: Black hole And One: Love needs a saving hand

Seelenfutter
Seelenfutter 147: Von wehenden Schatten und einem geheimen Sinn. Gedichte von Yvan Goll und Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Seelenfutter

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 33:52


Botanisch geprägt sind die Gedichte der 147. Folge des kleinen, feinen Lyrikpodcast Seelenfutter. Susanne Garsoffky und Friedemann Magaard präsentieren ein Zederngedicht von französischen Lyriker Yvan Goll, das bezaubernd zartes Liebesgedicht "Ich will nichts weiter sein", und stellen dazu "Gingo Biloba" vom universalgelehrten Dichterfürst Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, eine Ode an die Freundschaft. Sogar die Bibelworte atmen Flora und Fauna. Es tut wirklich gut! Seelenfutter eben.

Literatur - SWR2 lesenswert
Jeremy Adler – Goethe. Die Erfindung der Moderne. Eine Biographie

Literatur - SWR2 lesenswert

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 4:34


In seiner Goethe-Biografie stellt der britische Germanist den deutschen Dichter als Erfinder der Moderne vor, der nicht zuletzt durch die Figur "Faust" die Inkarnation dieser Epoche geschaffen habe. Goethe erscheint hier als treibende Kraft all dessen, was im Laufe des 19. Jahrhunderts die moderne Welt hervorgebracht habe. Deren zunehmende Beschleunigung des Lebens - Goethe spricht vom Veloziferischen - ist dem Autor des Faust jedoch eher ein Greuel. Dies ist ein erheblicher Einwand gegen die Charakterisierung Goethes als "Erfinder der Moderne". Rezension von Clemens Klünemann. C.H. Beck Verlag, 655 Seiten, 34 Euro ISBN 978-3-406-77696-0

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast
Radio Goethe 01-13-2023

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023


Fury in the Slaughterhouse: So are you Fury in the Slaughterhouse: Better times will come Kaiser Quartett: Take heart Frank Popp Ensemble feat. Lucy Kruger: Drifting Die Wilde Jagd: In Wonnenhieben Die Wände: Future me Herbst in Peking: Schalt Aus/Ein Nina Hagen: Redemption Day Die Nerven: Europa Sportfreunde Stiller: Wächter Thees Uhlmann & Band: Zum Laichen und sterben ziehen…(live) Thees Uhlmann & Band: Fünf Jahre nicht gesungen (live) AnnenMayKantereit: Oft gefragt Marius Müller-Westernhagen: Geiler is' schon

Scottish Rite Journal Podcast
"The Goethe Collection at The House of the Temple"

Scottish Rite Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 9:32


From the November/December 2021 edition of The Scottish Rite Journal. Any accompanying photographs or citations for this article can be found in the corresponding print edition.

SWR1 Namenforscher
Was bedeutet der Nachname "Kohtes" und woher kommt er? Die Antwort weiß Namenforscher Jürgen Udolph bei SWR1

SWR1 Namenforscher

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 2:57


Was Herrn Kothes mit dem bedeutenden deutschen Dichter Johann Wolfgang von Goethe verbindet? Namenforscher Professor Udolph klärt auf. Sie wollten schon immer wissen, was Ihr Nachname eigentlich bedeutet? Es gibt fast keinen Namen, den unser Professor Udolph nicht kennt. Schreiben Sie uns!  https://www.swr.de/swr1/rp/namenforscher/formular-namenforscher-100.html 

Las mañanas de RNE con Íñigo Alfonso
Las mañanas de RNE con Íñigo Alfonso - La firma | Anna Caballé: Nuestro destino

Las mañanas de RNE con Íñigo Alfonso

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 2:41


La escritora y crítica literaria Anna Caballé reflexiona en su firma de hoy, en Las mañanas de RNE, sobre cómo Goethe y el movimiento Romántico influyeron en el cambio de la forma de pensar del ser humano: "Los románticos nos ayudaron a pensar que éramos dueños de nuestro propio destino. La cuestión es que lo que hagamos con nuestro destino sigue siendo el gran problema". Escuchar audio

OPTIMIZE with Brian Johnson | More Wisdom in Less Time
Hard → Easy: Goethe, Snapping, and Pooping in the Toilet (Heroic +1 #1,383)

OPTIMIZE with Brian Johnson | More Wisdom in Less Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 1:57


SWR2 Matinee
Tobias Keiling: Das Faultier: Verkannter Charakter?

SWR2 Matinee

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 9:46


Hegel, Goethe und Nietzsche – sie alle haben über das Faultier geschrieben. Selten ging es dabei um die wahren Qualitäten des Tiers. Tobias Keiling klärt auf über den Sinneswandel in Sachen Faultier. Interview: Stefanie Junker.

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast
Radio Goethe 01-06-2023

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023


Der elektrische Mann: Wir geben nichts her DAF: Als wärs das letzte Mal Yello: You gotta say yes to another excess Fiji: Le Loup (Remix) Northern Lite: Raise the dead 2raumwohnung: Wir trafen uns in einem Garten mit Max Dieter Meier: Busy going nowhere Boris Blank: The Time Tunnel Klaus Nomi: Ding Dong Grup Doğuş: Ölüm Allah'ın Emri Mustafa Kus: Sefertasi Mustafa Kus: Veda James Last: Soul March Frank Popp Ensemble: Robbi, Tobbi und das Fliewatüüt

Büchermarkt - Deutschlandfunk
Briefe der Frau Rat Goethe - Behaltet mir Eure Liebe

Büchermarkt - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 6:23


Rund 400 Briefe hat die 1731 in Frankfurt am Main geborene Catharina Elisabeth Goethe, Mutter eines nicht ganz unbekannten Dichters, zeit ihres Lebens geschrieben. Joachim Seng legt eine kommentierte Auswahledition vor. Von Beate Trögerwww.deutschlandfunk.de, BüchermarktDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Büchermarkt - Deutschlandfunk
Büchermarkt 30.12.2022: Das letzte Wort hat Goethe: Joachim Seng, Fawzi Boubia

Büchermarkt - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 19:22


Drees, Janwww.deutschlandfunk.de, BüchermarktDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

hr2 Doppelkopf
"Champagner ist für mich Lebensfreude." | Stefan Pegatzky über die Geschichte der Weinkritik und gute Lebensmittel

hr2 Doppelkopf

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 52:31


Es war zum rechten Zeitpunkt das richtige Getränk, das für den promovierten Germanisten Stefan Pegatzky Veuve-Cliquot vor Goethe schob. Zunächst mit der Vertiefung in die Materie des "Königs aller Weine", wie der Champagner gerne bezeichnet wird, und anschließend mit der geisteswissenschaftlich grundierten fachlichen Ausweitung auf alle Felder der Gourmandise. (Wdh. vom 27.09.2022)

Einschlafen Podcast
EP 521 ~ Zwischen den Jahren und Goethe

Einschlafen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 57:19 Transcription Available


Ich hab endlich das Buch von Judith Holofernes durchgelesen, und es ist wunderbar! Davon erzähle ich, und von Weihnachten, das zwar durch Krankheiten in der Familie ganz anders war als gewohnt, aber einen wunderbaren Zufallskirchenbesuch versteckt hatte. Selig!

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast
Radio Goethe 12-30-2022

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022


Diorama: Avatars Diary of Dreams: StummKult Com/Kill: Freaks like us [:SITD:]: Richtfest Retrosic: Unleash hell :Wumpscut: Soylent Grün Metallspürhunde: Böse Wetter In Strict Confidence: Heal me Controlled Fusion: Disregards KMFDM: Megalomaniac Funker Vogt: Der letzte Tanz

Contain Podcast
PREVIEW 138. Geology Talk (Leibniz's Unicorn) - Kylie White - 1st 30

Contain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 28:44


This is a preview, for full 2 hrs, please consider supporting the project here Episode w/ artist/researcher Kylie White on archeology, unicorns: are they real?, Goethe's volcanic explorations and its role in Faust, Plutonism vs. Neptunism: who really won?, a Leibnizian rebuttal of Deep Geological Time, Scene Revival: a psy*p?, John Duns Scotus the post-naturalist, how James Hutton was the 18th century's version of Steven Pinker, why people are tearing each other down so much right now, uniformitarianism, is Space & Time even real, Scotland + more

Abenteuer Eisenbahn - unglaubliche Reisen, erstaunliche Erlebnisse
Von Dampfrössern und heulenden Ungeheuern - Eisenbahnen in der Literatur

Abenteuer Eisenbahn - unglaubliche Reisen, erstaunliche Erlebnisse

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 25:31


Was haben Theodor Fontane, Erich Kästner und Friedrich Dürrenmatt gemeinsam? Sie haben Gedichte und Geschichten über Eisenbahnen geschrieben. Selbst Goethe hat sich schon mit Zügen beschäftigt.

Interplace
Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree, Your Story Has Many Branches

Interplace

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 21:12


Hello Interactors,[This is a repost from last Christmas eve. It's a great story worthy of another share!]For all you Christmas celebrators out there, happy Christmas Eve. Since many will be gathering ‘round a Christmas tree, I thought I'd tell the story of its origin. And like so much of American history, it has ties to immigrants and slavery; but in this case — anti-slavery.As interactors, you're special individuals self-selected to be a part of an evolutionary journey. You're also members of an attentive community so I welcome your participation.Please leave your comments below or email me directly.Now let's go…A TREE SO YEE MAY BE FREE“If the morning drives are extended beyond the city, there is much to delight the eye. The trees are eased in ice; and when the sun shines out suddenly, the whole scene looks like one diffused rainbow,—dressed in a brilliancy which can hardly be conceived of in England. On days less bright, the blue harbour spreads in strong contrast with the sheeted snow which extends to its very brink.”These are the words of Harriet Martineau. She was a English writer, journalist, and social theorist who pioneered observational methods that came to influence the field of sociology. One of her more popular books came at the end of her travels through the United States in the 1830s titled, Retrospect of Western Travel. The passage above describes what she saw as she left the Boston city limits in the snow the winter of 1835.You may have images of her bundled up in a one horse open sleigh, over the hills she went, dashing all the way. But according to Martineau, you can let go of any such romantic inclinations. Here's her take on sleighing.“As for the sleighing, I heard much more than I experienced of its charms. No doubt early association has something to do with the American fondness for this mode of locomotion; and much of the affection which is borne to music, dancing, supping, and all kinds of frolic, is transferred to the vehicle in which the frolicking parties are transported. It must be so, I think, or no one would be found to prefer a carriage on runners to a carriage on wheels,—except on an untrodden expanse of snow. On a perfectly level and crisp surface I can fancy the smooth rapid motion to be exceedingly pleasant; but such surfaces are rare in the neighbourhood of populous cities. The uncertain, rough motion in streets hillocky with snow, or on roads consisting for the season of a ridge of snow with holes in it, is disagreeable, and provocative of headache. I am no rule for others as to liking the bells; but to me their incessant jangle was a great annoyance.”And if that's not enough to convince you, she offers up a quote from unknown source that puts a finer touch on the realities of sleighing.“Do you want to know what sleighing is like? You can soon try. Set your chair on a spring board out in the porch on Christmas-day: put your feet in a pail full of powdered ice: have somebody to jingle a bell in one ear, and somebody else to blow into the other with the bellows,—and you will have an exact idea of sleighing.”Martineau was on her way to a Christmas evening celebration at the home of a former Harvard German language professor, Charles Follen. Although, due to scheduling conflicts the event was actually on New Years Eve and not Christmas Eve. The cozy holiday scene that Martineau proceeds to unfold came to be the most, though not the first, read articulation of what came to be the center piece of American Christmas celebration – the Christmas tree.Follen was a German immigrant so perhaps it's not that surprising that a Christmas tree would feature prominently in her story. It's been a long held belief that German immigrants brought their time-honored Christmas tree tradition with them. Though, as we'll soon see, the evolution of the Christmas tree tradition in America paralleled that of Germany.Martineau's account of that evening, while factual, leaves out important historical details as to why she was celebrating Christmas with Follen and his family that night. These were two radical Unitarian abolitionists who bonded over their insistence that slavery be eradicated totally and immediately. Northerner's, and New England Unitarians, were split on the matter of abolition. Follen's convictions are what got him fired from Harvard a year prior.As for Martineau, she was a well known and respected journalist but not yet a public activist. But after attending a women's abolitionist meeting that November, she was convinced she needed to act. She was asked at that meeting to write publicly avowing her beliefs. Being one of the only women writers of her time to sustain herself through writing and still requiring access to America's mainstream elite for her book, she faced an ethical dilemma.Later she wrote, “I foresaw that almost every house in Boston, except those of the abolitionists, would be shut against me; that my relation to the country would be completely changed, as I should suddenly be transformed from being a guest and an observer to being considered a missionary or a spy.…”News leaked of her position on slavery and Boston newspapers ridiculed her. Their headlines spread across the country and she was forced to alter her itinerary. The event she was attending at Follen's home wasn't just a Christmas celebration, but an anti-slavery strategy session. That spring, she (in the company of Charles Follen) took to the road not as journalist, but as an activist.CHRISTKINDLE AND BELSNICKELHistorians and folklorists have determined that the first Christmas tree in America was most likely in the home of a German immigrant in Pennsylvania. But it's unlikely to have occurred anytime before 1810. The first known sketch of a family celebrating Christmas, featuring a small tree atop a table, was not printed until recent decades but dates to either 1812 or 1819.Recall from my November posts on the origins of Thanksgiving, this was also the time when St. Nicholas was also entering the picture in New York. The Christmas tree tradition was also just emerging in Germany at this very same time. The Christmas tree, like Santa Claus himself, wasn't a long held German tradition but a story told by a select group of elites who latched on to a small, isolated, and obscure holiday event that was occurring in what was then Strasbourg, Germany but is now part of France.It was established sometime in the 17th century as a quasi-religious way of judging children on the basis of them being naughty or nice. If you were nice you got a visit that night from Christkindle (i.e. the Christchild) and if you were naughty you got a visit from Hanstrapp; Strasbourg's equivalent of what became known as Belsnickle (roughly translated: St. Nicholas in Fur). This character has echo's of behavior seen by Wassailers during Thanksgiving celebrations where men, often of lower class, would dress up and go door to door, often times even welcoming themselves in. Perhaps this offers a clue into how Santa became a home invader. Though, should Belsnickle determine a child in the home had been naughty, he gifted the parents with a stick with instructions to whip the poor child.The Christmas tree tradition expanded beyond Strasbourg around 1750. Its spread may have been accelerated by a young up and coming writer, naturalist, and scientist, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in 1771. Recall from my October post, that by the dawn of the 18th century Goethe had established himself as the go-to guy by the German government for writing, organizing, and evangelizing his opinions and observations on everything from gardening, to parks management, to economics.He had spent some time in Strasbourg and “discovered in this city a new sense of “German” identity that transformed his larger cultural vision.” His 1774 novel, The Sufferings of Young Werther, is a story of a love triangle that ends tragically. And in the lead up to this tragedy, Goethe writes how young Werther “spoke of the pleasure the children would feel and remembered how in times long past he had himself been transported to paradise by the surprise opening of a door and the appearance of the decorated tree with its candles, sweets, and apples.”It wasn't until 1810 that the Christmas Tree tradition made it's way to Berlin. It was introduced in Munich in 1830 by the Queen of Bavaria. Goethe had inspired a string of writers publishing stories of Christmas trees that were disseminated throughout Europe and the United States. And it was all happening at the same time of the first recorded evidence of a Christmas tree in America – 1820.And then, in 1836, came the first printed image of a Christmas tree in America. It was titled “Christmas Eve” and was featured in a story called The Stranger's Gift. It was written, as you might expect, by a German immigrant. But not just any German immigrant. It was written by Herman Bokum, the professor who replaced Follen after Harvard let him go for his public opposition to slavery just one year earlier.YOUR BOUGHS CAN TEACH A LESSONAfter Follen lost his job at Harvard he was hired by a family to home school their two children. Follen strictly followed a progressive teaching method derived from a Swiss educational reformer named Johann Pestalozzi. Pestalozzi had a child-centered and directed educational philosophy. He believed every child is born with inherently good qualities and it's the teachers role to find them and cultivate them. It's unclear whether Follen's enemies convinced the family to reconsider, the family themselves had a change of heart, or Follen, ever dogmatic in his principles, refused to budge on his teaching approach, but two weeks before Christmas of 1835 he was terminated.It is in this context that Harriett Martineau attended the Christmas celebration in Follen's newly built home on the corner of Follen Avenue outside of Boston. Martineau did not mention Follen by name in her retelling of their Christmas tree celebration, only Follen's son who everyone called “Little Charley.” She writes,“I was present at the introduction into the new country of the spectacle of the German Christmas-tree. My little friend Charley, and three companions, had been long preparing for this pretty show…I rather think it was, generally speaking, a secret out of the house; but I knew what to expect…The tree was the top of a young fir, planted in a tub, which was ornamented with moss. Smart, dolls, and other whimsies, glittered in the evergreen; and there was not a twig; which had not something sparkling upon it… Charley looked a good deal like himself, only now and then twisting himself about in an unaccountable fit of giggling. I mounted the steps behind the tree to see the effect of opening the doors. It was delightful. The children poured in; but in a moment, every voice was hushed. Their faces were upturned to the blaze, all eyes wide open, all lips parted, all steps arrested. Nobody spoke; only Charley leaped for joy.”It was two years before Martineau's book was published. She continued her friendship with Follen until his tragic death in 1841. He was killed when a steamship he was traveling on exploded. His photograph hung on the wall of her home until she died in 1876.And in the intervening years of her book being published, a writer friend of theirs, Catharine Maria Sedgwick, wrote a fictional story called “New Years Day” that included a brief mention of a Christmas tree celebration akin to what actually took place at the Follens. It was published that same year, 1835, making it the first piece of American literature to mentioned a Christmas tree.It's unfortunate America's Christmas tree origin story doesn't start with the telling of Charles Follen and Harriett Martineau and their New Years Eve anti-slavery strategy meeting around the Christmas tree. Not only is their relationship full of intrigue, but the idea of the Christmas tree immortalized as an historic symbol of freedom from slavery seems an appropriate American Christmas tale. Perhaps the story of Follen and Martineau is what we should be reading to children every Christmas eve and not just T'was the Night Before Christmas.Both the story of the Christmas tree as a time-honored German cultural tradition and America's favorite Christmas time fable, T'was the Night Before Christmas, were largely fabricated and perpetuated by a select group of elites on both sides of the Atlantic.Clement Clark Moore, the author of T'was the Night Before Christmas, — and his reactionary New York Episcopalian Knickerbocker friends — were interested in imbuing their Christmas tales with aristocratic authority. In contrast, Bollen and his Unitarian Christmas tree literary acquaintances used the Christmas tree to add momentum to the swelling progressive reformist movement of the 1830s.Stephen Nissenbaum, in his book The Battle for Christmas, explains the similarities between the unfolding of these two events, American traditions, and these two men,“There were important similarities between the antislavery sensibility and the new attitude toward children. Abolitionists and educational reformers shared a joint empathy for people who were powerless to resist the wrath of those who wielded authority over them—slaves and children, respectively. (Both types of reformers had a particular abhorrence of the use of the lash as a form of punishment.)”He continues,“In fact, what Charles Follen did in 1835 is similar in that sense to what Clement Clarke Moore had done more than a decade earlier, although his reasons—Moore was a reactionary, Follen a radical—were profoundly different. But both men had reason to feel alienated from their respective communities, and both responded by turning inward, to their own children, and using Christmas as the occasion for doing so.”And in both cases, literature, and access to it, played a starring role. Nissenbaum, writes,“As it turns out, the most important channels through which the ritual was spread were literary ones. Information about the Christmas tree was diffused by means of commercial literature, not via immigrant folk culture—from the top down, not from the bottom up. It was by reading about Christmas trees, not by witnessing them, that many thousands of Americans learned about the custom. Before they ever saw such a thing, they already knew what Christmas trees were all about—not only what they looked like, but also how and why they were to be used.”It seems another mythical folk tradition is still propagated from the top down more than experienced from bottom up. Recalling Harriet Martineau's American observation that “As for the sleighing, I heard much more than I experienced of its charms.” This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit interplace.io

FALTER Radio
Fabelhafte Rebellen - #853

FALTER Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 26:53


Die deutsch-britische Historikerin Andrea Wulf ist der Entdeckung des Individuums als Zentrum des menschlichen Handelns auf der Spur. Die deutschen Frühromantiker in Jena waren die Avantgarde. 1799 sind alle da: Die Brüder Schlegel, Novalis, Fichte und ihre Frauen. Goethe gibt den Jungen väterlichen Rat. FALTER-Journalistin Eva Konzett spricht mit der Buchautorin über die Erfindung des "Ich". Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Betrouwbare Bronnen
315 - Vrouw, leven, vrijheid: oorzaken en achtergronden van het straatprotest in Iran. En: de rijke Perzische cultuur

Betrouwbare Bronnen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 85:18


In September 2022 werd de 22-jarige Mahsa Amini opgepakt door de Iraanse moraalpolitie omdat ze niet de verplichte islamitische hoofddoek droeg. Haar dood werd het startsein voor massale straatprotesten, die nog steeds voortduren onder het indringende motto 'Jin – Jiyan - Azadi'. Vrouw, leven, vrijheid. Het regime beantwoordt de onrust sinds deze maand met publieke executies.Jaap Jansen en PG Kroeger duiken in historie en actualiteit van deze gebeurtenissen en wijzen op de unieke Perzische beschaving die in het geding is.In het bewind en de ondergang van sjah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi liggen ook nu nog veel oorzaken van de actuele omstandigheden. Ook hij manipuleerde een facadedemocratie, corrupte staatsbedrijven en meedogenloze terreur door de geheime dienst. Tegelijkertijd wilde hij van Iran een modern, hoogopgeleid en machtig bondgenoot van het Westen maken. Zijn succes daarmee werd zijn ondergang.De revolutie van Ruhollah Khomeini was vervolgens een triomf van de verwaarloosde rurale streken op de urbane moderniteit. In deze aflevering van Betrouwbare Bronnen vertellen we hoe lokale comités van het regime de straat controleerden en hoe geestelijke stichtingen de burger afhankelijk maakten van sociale gunsten. Intussen ontstond rond de Raad van Hoeders met de geestelijk leider – na Khomeini volgde Ali Khamenei - een nieuwe machtselite: de Revolutionaire Garde. Deze gewapende militie domineert het staatsapparaat en heeft een derde van de economie in handen.Door corruptie, wanbeleid en westerse sancties zijn essentiële levensbehoeften als voedsel peperduur geworden en medicijnen schaars. Bovendien pikt de relatief zeer jonge bevolking de culturele onderdrukking niet meer. De protesten zijn dan ook allereerst gericht tegen de symbolen daarvan - bovenal de verplichte hijab - en tegen het dictatoriale uniformisme van de sjia ideologie. Maar ook de klimaatveranderingen spelen mee. In Iran zijn kleine burgeroorlogjes gaande vanwege watergebrek en verdroging in regio's en steden. Dit maakt mensen wanhopig en destabiliseert ook de economie.Uniek is dat vrouwen en meisjes de spirituele leiding hebben en daarmee dit protest definiëren. Het regime lijkt daardoor bijna hulpeloos. Jaap en PG schetsen hoe die aard van de protesten bepaald wordt door de Perzische cultuur, die veel verder strekt dan een Iraans nationalisme en die sjia ideologie. Poëzie, dans en muziek staan centraal. Een 21ste eeuwse uiting daarvan is het lied Baraye dat nu overal gezongen wordt.Daarom is het goed om ook te kijken naar de vele vruchten van beschaving en wetenschap die wij danken aan de Perzen. Van banken en cheques tot tulpen. Van papier tot astronomie. Van abstracte kunst tot medische kennis. Zelfs de dichtkunst van Goethe kon niet zonder Perzische inspiratie! En wijn, dankzij sjah Jamshid in 5000 voor Christus.***Deze aflevering is mede mogelijk gemaakt met donaties van luisteraars die we hiervoor hartelijk danken. Word ook vriend van de show! Vrienden kunnen bij deze aflevering meedingen naar een originele fles wijn van Perzische wijnbar De Filosoof in Den Haag!Heeft u belangstelling om in onze podcast te adverteren of ons te sponsoren? Stuur voor informatie een mailtje naar adverteren@dagennacht.nl***Hieronder nog meer informatie. Op Apple kun je soms niet alles lezen. De complete tekst vind je altijd hier***Verder luisteren311 - De wereld volgens Simon Sebag Montefiore299 - Dramatische verschuivingen in de wereldpolitiek. Europa heeft eindelijk een telefoonnummer270 - Hoe Sigrid Kaag de hoogste Nederlander werd bij de Verenigde Naties262 - Waarom India - ook voor Nederland - steeds belangrijker wordt244 - Frans Timmermans over klimaatbeleid, geopolitiek en weerbare democratie236 – Václav Havel, de dissident die president werd154 - Watergezant Henk Ovink: 'Negentig procent van alle rampen in de wereld heeft met water te maken'151 - Terug naar Uruzgan128 - Artsen zonder Grenzen: de grootste noodhulp-operatie uit haar geschiedenis***Tijdlijn00:00:00 – Deel 100:37:52 – Deel 201:25:00 – Einde Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast
Radio Goethe 12-23-2022

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022


Tangerine Dream: Roll the Seven twice Klaus Schulze: Death of an analogue Bernd Kistenmacher: Everlasting magic Esmark: Mon Strafe F.R.: Pepper's Home Gas: Narkopop 10

NOCTURNAL TRANSMISSIONS : short horror story podcast
NOCTRANS Ep 144 - THE ERL-KING

NOCTURNAL TRANSMISSIONS : short horror story podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 17:24


This episode we reach back through the mists of time and drag back Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's grim poem 'The Erl-King' for your listening displeasure. We've also included a little extract from his most famous work 'Faust' just for the fun of it. Why not gentle listener, why not?   ————   NOCTURNAL TRANSMISSIONS is a fortnightly podcast featuring inspired performances of short horror stories, both old and new, by voice artist Kristin Holland.   https://www.nocturnaltransmissions.com.au   You can support us (and access lots of exclusive content) by becoming a patron at Patreon.com: https://www.patreon.com/nocturnaltransmissions  

How To Be A Baddie
Spiritual Hibernation — REST INTO YOURSELF.

How To Be A Baddie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 13:40


The wisdom and magic of hibernation season is discovered within stillness and deep listening. “We must always change, renew, rejuvenate ourselves, otherwise we harden.” — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. This journey of spiritual revitalization moves your attention from the outside world back into your sacred interior, releasing who you think you are and allowing the truth of you to settle in your bones. In short, spiritual hibernation is for divine acceleration. I hope you enjoy this episode and the high-calorie meditation that's included. I crafted it to help you rest into the most sacred place of all: your heart Happy Wintering :) To take an even deeper dive into yourself, download my "SACRED SHADOWS" workbook, featuring questions you've probably never asked yourself before. https://ashlynd.gumroad.com/l/sacredshadow always happy to fuel a reading addiction...check out my bookshop for discounted titles: https://bookshop.org/shop/ashlynd IF YOU DIG THE VIBE, GET IN ON THIS GOOD GOOD!! text "MINDFLOWERS" to 18332520307 for a free gift! shop workbooks and masterclasses: https://ashlynd.gumroad.com/ see what else I'm up to: https://www.flowcode.com/page/ashlynd if you love my content and would like to support [thank you so much!!!] you can do so here: paypal https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/ashlyndtuffentsamer cash app https://cash.app/$ashlyndt or venmo https://venmo.com/u/ashlyndmarie

Klassik für Klugscheisser
#54 Lesen, Lauschen, Liebs! Musik und Literatur

Klassik für Klugscheisser

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 69:19


Was haben Musik und Literatur gemeinsam? Warum hat Goethe in Mozart seinen Meister gefunden, und warum gilt bei Robert Musil: "Hast du noch Sex oder hörst du schon Wagner?" Uli und Laury wissen warum - und sie fragen den Sänger und Schriftsteller Heinz Rudolf Kunze und die Lyrikerin und Bachmann-Preisträgerin Nora Gomringer, wie sie Musik und Literatur zusammenbringen.

Talking Culture
Politics – What's Love Got To Do With It? Mithu Sanyal's Goethe Annual Lecture 2022

Talking Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 37:30


As German writer Mithu Sanyal confirms, it's a preconceived idea that love and politics don't go together. They are in fact polar opposites. Moreover, love has become a dirty word in politics. We can talk on social media about sex till the cows come home, but love, it's too cute, too lovey-dovey, and too unpolitical. But this has not always been the case. Most movements for social justice. Had a love of ethics. Gandhi placed love at the centre of his campaign to free India. Martin Luther King preached and practiced love. And James Baldwin called for a Love of Politics. What has happened to marginalise love in the political discourse and what can politics informed by love look like? For this episode, you will be listening to Mithu Sanyal's Goethe Annual Lecture 2022, “Politics: What's Love Got To Do With It.” In light of recent events - from the Colorado Springs queer shootings to the women's rights protests in Iran - a discussion about the role of love in our world seems more relevant than ever before. But this isn't the romantic notion of love we are more commonly familiar with, it's the love that cultural scientist and journalist Mithu Sanyal claims is sorely lacking in our world. A political love. It's the absence of this love that she believes is responsible for so much social injustice and inequality.

Einfach schlafen-dein Podcast zur Nacht
#85 Die Wahlverwandschaften Teil 2 Kap. 3 #Goethe #schlafpodcast #einfachschlafen #gutenachtgeschichten #einschlafen #schlafen #geschichten #einschlafpodcast #gutenacht #einfachschlafen

Einfach schlafen-dein Podcast zur Nacht

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 14:41


Herzlich willkommen zu einer neuen Folge im einfach schlafen Podcast. Wie die gemeinsame Arbeit den Architekten und Ottilien beeinflusst, hörst Du in der neuen Folge :-) Mach es Dir bequem und auf die Ohren - bis gleich. PS: Dir gefällt was Du hörst? Dann abonniere den Podcast und lass gerne eine Bewertung da. Deine Nachrichten und Wünsche erreichen mich per Mail an einfachschlafen@gmx.de und wenn du den Podcast finanziell unterstützen möchtest, dann gib mir einen "Kaffee aus" :-) Dieser Link leitet Dich direkt weiter. Ich sage schon mal DANKESCHÖN :-) Deine Anja --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anja19/message

Vargtimmen
Volymprocenten: The Advent Calendar

Vargtimmen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 55:35


Nu är det jul igen Vi analyserar beståndsdelarna i Patrick Ridremonts fransk-belgiska julskräckfilm The Advent Calendar. Tomas kryper, så att säga, till korset med sin okunnighet i fråga om hållpunkterna kring Jesu liv och död och Lars resonerar sig mer eller mindre frivilligt fram till de grundläggande likheterna mellan Hellraiser och Disney-filmen Aladdin. Det är ett smutsigt jobb, men någon måste göra det. Vi pratar också om: The Boy, Lauren Cohan, Mare Kandre, Mattias Fyhr, Skitigt vackert mörker, Clive Barker, Sigmund Freud, psykoanalysen, jaget, detet och överjaget, Faust, Doktor Faustus, Mephistofeles, Goethe, Tusen och en natt, Titta Dom Snackar, Vacancy, A Nightmare on Elm Street, After Eight, Paradis chokladask, jultomten, tomtenissar, Krampus, Run, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Night House, The Babadook, Panos Cosmatos, Christopher Nolan, Tenet, Inception, Dunkirk, The Dark Night, Interstellar, Gremlins, Relic, Rare Exports, Dune, Marvel och Shudder. Bakom Patreon-väggen erbjuds dubbel speltid med b-sidan Last Night in Soho, högt upp på önskelistan över filmer från 2021 som lyssnarna vill höra oss göra detta med. Göra vad? Fördela hundra pluttar, förstås. Nostalgi, löst tyckande och akademisk analys.

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast
Radio Goethe 12-16-2022

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022


Accept: Balls to the wall Accept: Fast as a shark (live) U.D.O.: Dominator Grave Digger: Rheingold Tankard: Ugly, fat and still alive Kreator: Extreme aggression (live) Rage: Destiny Sodom: Tired and red Blind Guardian: Mirror Mirror Running Wild: Under Jolly Roger Warlock: Für immer Doro: Raise your fist in the air Scorpions: No one like you Kingdom Come: Silhouette Paintings

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast
Radio Goethe 12-09-2022

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022


Yello: Bostich Carlos Peron: Los Alamos Herbst in Peking: German Fool Shiny Gnomes: Heartmoon Northern Lite: Trusting blind Leichtmatrose: Dalai Lama In Strict Confidence: Heal Me ALP: Alpine Gudrun Gut: Garten Kraftwerk: Die Roboter Faust: Krautrock

TanglePod
Kindness: Reflections

TanglePod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 21:51


In four episodes we are exploring the theme of Kindness, in particular kindness to yourself.  From books and resources, to exercises and reflections, we will discuss how we can make small changes to our thoughts to have a better understanding and positive impact on our creativity.    Show Notes: Correction does much, but encouragement does more.”  —Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)  Philosopher, Scientist, Author 

LA CASA DE LA BRUJA by Clauzzen Hernandez
Episodio 21: Cuarto Negro: Hexen: Serie El Diablo: Temporada Pactos con El Diablo Capítulo 6

LA CASA DE LA BRUJA by Clauzzen Hernandez

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 101:54


6o y Ultimo Capítulo. Final de Temporada Serie dedicada a la reflexión del concepto del Diablo como base para conocer los Pactos que la humanidad se presume ha tenido con Satanás a lo largo de la historia. Pactos con el Diablo de personajes históricos reales sumado a reconocidos artistas cuyas obras se han inspirado en la idea de poder negociar con la trágica y máxima figura del Mal. Gilles de Rais, Elizabeth Báthory, Paganini, Tartini, Simón el Mago, San Cipriano, Goethe, Baudelaire, Oscar Wilde, Robert Johnson serán solo una parte de la familia portadora de la Estirpe de Fausto. Serie de Hexen en 6 Capítulos, transmitida en vivo entre Mayo y Junio del 2018 Hexen El Libro Negro es un programa de radio dedicado a la subcultura obscura. Conducido por Clauzzen Hernández Jueves 22hrs Reactor 105.7. Imer. México Playlists : https://clauzzen.org/hexen/playlists/ La Casa de la Bruja: Tw : https://twitter.com/clauzzen / FB : https://www.facebook.com/clauzzen.hernandez / Instagram : @clauzzenhernandez Diseño y Contacto de Monstruos: mike.rauda@gmail.com / Instagram : @mikerauda / Tw: https://twitter.com/MikeRauda Encuéntranos también en la dimensión real de Hexen y La Casa de la Bruja en: El Scary Oslo 3 Zona Rosa. Cdmx El Scary Witches: Bar-Pub-Restaurante-Gabinete de Atrocidades. Viernes y Sábado 2pm a 1am FB https://www.facebook.com/elscarywitches/ Instagram : @elscarywitches

Einschlafen Podcast
EP 519 ~ San Francisco und Goethe

Einschlafen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 65:05 Transcription Available


Cable Car? Kann man machen, muss man nicht. Ocean Beach? Unbedingt!

LA CASA DE LA BRUJA by Clauzzen Hernandez
Episodio 20: Cuarto Negro: Hexen: Serie El Diablo: Temporada Pactos con El Diablo Capítulo 5

LA CASA DE LA BRUJA by Clauzzen Hernandez

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 103:24


5o Capítulo: Enfocado a Historias de Pactos: Robert Johnson, Jonathan Moulton, Giuseppe Tartini, Urbain Grandier. Serie dedicada a la reflexión del concepto del Diablo como base para conocer los Pactos que la humanidad se presume ha tenido con Satanás a lo largo de la historia. Pactos con el Diablo de personajes históricos reales sumado a reconocidos artistas cuyas obras se han inspirado en la idea de poder negociar con la trágica y máxima figura del Mal. Gilles de Rais, Elizabeth Báthory, Paganini, Tartini, Simón el Mago, San Cipriano, Goethe, Baudelaire, Oscar Wilde, Robert Johnson serán solo una parte de la familia portadora de la Estirpe de Fausto. Serie de Hexen en 6 Capítulos, transmitida en vivo entre Mayo y Junio del 2018 Hexen El Libro Negro es un programa de radio dedicado a la subcultura obscura. Conducido por Clauzzen Hernández Jueves 22hrs Reactor 105.7. Imer. México Playlists : https://clauzzen.org/hexen/playlists/ La Casa de la Bruja: Tw : https://twitter.com/clauzzen / FB : https://www.facebook.com/clauzzen.hernandez / Instagram : @clauzzenhernandez Diseño y Contacto de Monstruos: mike.rauda@gmail.com / Instagram : @mikerauda / Tw: https://twitter.com/MikeRauda Encuéntranos también en la dimensión real de Hexen y La Casa de la Bruja en: El Scary Oslo 3 Zona Rosa. Cdmx El Scary Witches: Bar-Pub-Restaurante-Gabinete de Atrocidades. Viernes y Sábado 2pm a 1am FB https://www.facebook.com/elscarywitches/ Instagram : @elscarywitches

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast
Radio Goethe 12-02-2022

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022


Infamis: Hofgang (live) Infamis: Ballad of Sadface ('22) Soap & Skin: Thanatos Avec: Dead Mila Mar: Harar Hackedepicciotto: The Seventh Day Joanna Gemma Auguri: The Island KC McKanzie: Brother, my brother Stoppok: Glück auf, der Steiger kommt Rummelsnuff: Hinterwäldler Nina Hagen: United women of the world Fiji: Le Loup Riechmann: Wunderbar Lapre: Septer

Machinic Unconscious Happy Hour
Gail Newman & Mari Ruti - Against Neoliberal Self-Optimization: Marion Milner and D.W. Winnicott

Machinic Unconscious Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 136:47


Gail Newman and Mari Ruti joined Coop and Taylor to discuss their upcoming co-authored text, Against Neoliberal Self-Optimization: Marion Milner and D.W. Winnicott. Gail is the Chair for the Center of Global Languages, Literatures, and Cultures and is the Harold J. Henry Professor of German at Williams College; her research interests include psychoanalytic theory, German literature and culture and she has published on Goethe, Kleist, Hoffman, and Novalis (among others), including a book titled Locating the Romantic Subject: Novalis with Winnicott. https://german.williams.edu/profile/gnewman/ Mari is a Distinguished Professor of Critical Theory and Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University of Toronto. Her books include The Singularity of Being: Lacan and the Immortal Within; The Ethics of Opting Out: Defiance and Affect in Queer Theory; and Penis Envy and Other Bad Feelings: The Emotional Costs of Everyday Life. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mari_Ruti Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/muhh Twitter: @unconscioushh Instagram: @unconscioushh

Black Hoodie Alchemy
27: CG Jung's Red & Black Books (feat. Martin Ferretti of The Alchemical Mind)

Black Hoodie Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 104:16


Welcome back, folks! This week on the show, my friend Martin Ferretti joins me to analyze psychoanalyst, Carl Jung's legendary self-therapy journals: The Red and Black Books. Both released after his death, The Red Book represents a sizable portion of the Black Books' contents. Large, leather-bound, and full of beautifully haunting paintings and calligraphy of his innermost spiritual turmoil, Jung's Red Book is truly something like a magical tome written by a modern man of science. The Black Books were the rough journals he kept of nearly twenty years of therapeutic investigation into his dreams, meditations, and trance states. Like a mythological hero speaking to gods and goddesses, angels, even some demons and ghosts, Jung would work himself into an active trance and communicate with his hypnotic archetypes in order to discover epic journeys, tribulations, lessons, and triumphs that actively played roles in his daily life. The story today is almost something like a hard-nosed, disciplined man of science allowing himself to go on one of the truest NeverEnding Stories of all time. And not only do we discuss Jung's journey of this nature, we also bring up the likes of JRR Tolkien, Dante Alighieri, Wolfgang Goethe, and Manly P Hall, showing how the investigations of our imaginal constructs through art and magick are sometimes the only way to highlight and grab hold of some of our innermost undiscovered drives, instincts, aspirations, and downfalls. Without our dreams, our art, and plans and projects, we would implode under the weight of our un-mined potential. Truly, this is the physics of the situation -- ignore it and see what happens. People like Jung and Tolkien didn't shoulder the weight of an existential crisis because they thought it might be fun, they did so because they found themselves at a place in their lives where it had become unavoidable. So, rather than avoid it at all costs, they strapped up and dove headfirst into the abyss so that they might tame it! As Jung himself once wrote, borrowing from Goethe, “This is the fund of unconscious images which fatally confuse the mental patient. But it is also the matrix of a mythopoeic imagination which has vanished from our rational age. Though such imagination is present everywhere, it is both tabooed and dreaded... It is considered the path of error, of equivocation and misunderstanding. I am reminded of Goethe's words; ‘Now let me dare to open wide the gate/ Past which men's steps have ever flinching trod.' …Unpopular, ambiguous, and dangerous, it is a voyage of discovery to the other pole of the world.” Come with me if us want to dive. This week's featured music -- support that black hoodie rap and your favorite independent artists! Intro - Hex One Model Citizen - Babylon Warchild (feat. Black da Plague & Fresco P) The Gates of Babylon - Babylon Warchild Fire in the Sky - Babylon Warchild Don't forget! Dive Manual: Empirical Investigations of Mysticism Hunt Manual: 21st Century Demonology & Forteana Martin Ferretti's The Alchemical Mind --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackhoodiealchemy/message

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast
Radio Goethe 11-25-2022

Playlist Radio Goethe & Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022


Pølar: Shelter Herbert Grönemeyer: Deine Hand Zucker: Baby Borderline Robocop Kraus: Sometimes I wonder if you'd been a dog in a previous life Elena Steri: Reset Lucretia Dalt: El Galatzo Anna Aaron: Licked To Rococo Rot: Thomson Colour Areu Areu: Ricky's Hand Rheingold: Fan Fan Fanatisch Eisfabrik: Eins mit dem Wind Tanzwut: Lügner Fiddler's Green: Stop the cavalry Fiddler's Green: Danny Boy Fiddler's Green: Mull of Kintyre

SBS German - SBS Deutsch
Fußball WM bei Goethe

SBS German - SBS Deutsch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 5:27


In den kommenden Wochen stehen im Goethe-Institut in Sydney Fußball und Kultur Seite an Seite. Zum ersten Spiel der deutschen Mannschaft gegen Japan begrüßt das Institut Fußballfans am Mittwoch schon vor Mitternacht zum geselligen Public Viewing in seinen Räumlichkeiten in der Ocean Street im Stadtteil Woollahra. Direktor Christoph Mücher freut sich auf viel Besuch:

El ojo crítico
El ojo crítico - Los tres cerditos de Albert Serra

El ojo crítico

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 4:01


Escuchamos al cineasta Albert Serra que ha presentado hoy en Barcelona su obra magna, Los tres cerditos. Son 101 horas de película para repasar el pensamiento de tres personalidades alemanas: Goethe, Hitler y Fassbinder. Escuchar audio

Forever FAB Podcast
“Speaking Your Truth without Saying A Word: How Fashion Inspires Confidence and Empowerment.” This is my interview with Brenda Cooper Part 2

Forever FAB Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 27:31


Brenda Cooper is an Emmy Award winning Fashion Stylist, Costume Designer, Image Coach, and  Color Expert. She won her Emmy for creating the costumes for the iconic TV series, The Nanny, and as the Co Host of E!'s hit TV show Fashion Emergency.  Her roster of celebrity clients includes Fran Drescher, Jamie Leigh Curtis, and Tichina Arnold, among others.  Brenda is also a public speaker and author, having penned the book, The Silhouette Solution.   Brenda believes that taking risks with your wardrobe will lead to your being emboldened to take risks in other areas of your life.  As German philosopher, Goethe, stated, “Boldness has genius, power and magic in it."  And as American writer T.S. Eliot wrote, “"Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far it is possible to go."  So, it may be that perhaps in taking risks with your wardrobe, you may feel empowered to go farther than you would have otherwise imagined. This is perhaps the power of style.  As per her website, brendacooper.com, Brenda guides women on how to easily elevate their confidence and self-esteem; which, ultimately transforms their relationships with themselves and others.   Her mission is to empower as many women as possible to express themselves fully, flourish in all areas of their lives and be ready to take on anything!   Brenda takes her clients on a aspirational and supportive journey toward self-discovery and self-expression and equips them with the tools, strategies, and transformed wardrobe needed to look, feel, and be their very best. Catch the latest episode of the Forever F.A.B. podcast on Apple podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, iheartradio, Podbean, and wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.  For past episodes featuring guest star interviews, beauty product reviews and innovations in plastic surgery, visit ForeverFABpodcast.com.     Dr. Shirley Madhere is a NYC-based plastic surgeon and Founder of Holistic Plastic Surgery.  This philosophy is based on a whole-body, mind, and spirit approach to beauty and incorporates wellness, integrative nutrition, functional aesthetics, and complementary medicine.   Dr. Madhere's approach to optimal outcomes in plastic surgery is through a lens of wellness, and is grounded in science and backed by ivy league medical study, research, and extensive surgical training.  View her menu of services at ElementsandGraces.com.  Consultations are available in-office, virtually, and online via Click-lift.com.   Coming soon: Dr. Madhere offers beauty on call services through Jet Set Beauty Rx, a mobile medical aesthetics unit delivering beauty in the privacy of your own home.  Reserve at JetSetBeautyRx.com.   As a creative outlet and means to broaden the perspective on the “spectrum of beauty,”  Dr. Madhere created Forever F.A.B., a podcast dedicated to Fashion, the Art of living well (i.e., wellness), and all things Beauty.  Visit ForeverFABpodcast.com for past and new episodes.     If you enjoy listening to the Forever F.A.B. podcast, get more audio and visuals with a membership through Patreon.  Choose the Gold, Platinum, or Diamond tier for premium added content, special co-hosts, lifestyle videos, branded merchandise, and private access to Dr. Shirley's Clubhouse by visiting patreon.com/ForeverFAB.   Catch the latest episode of the Forever F.A.B. podcast on Apple podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, iheartradio, Podbean, Amazon podcasts, and wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.  For past episodes featuring guest star interviews, beauty product reviews and innovations in plastic surgery, visit ForeverFABpodcast.com. Recommendations/The F.A.B. Five according to Brenda Cooper: Recommendations/The F.A.B. Five according to Brenda Cooper: Find your passion in life and convert that to something that contributes to the lives of others. Recommendations/The F.A.B. Five according to Brenda Cooper: Know yourself. Recommendations/The F.A.B. Five according to Brenda Cooper: Develop your confidence. Recommendations/The F.A.B. Five according to Brenda Cooper: Stop comparing yourself to others. Recommendations/The F.A.B. Five according to Brenda Cooper: Eat a healthy diet. Bonus: Put together a FABulous wardrobe. Do you want to feel more confident?  Do you want to express yourself in a more empowered way through fashion? Do you siply want to look (and feel!) FABulous? Contact Brenda and receive her unique style tips and tricks by visiting brendacooper.com.   Also check out @brendacooperstyle on social.   Buy Brenda's book, The Silhouette Solution, on amazon.com and your favorite book seller.   ***** As always, if you liked this episode of the Forever FAB podcast, please share it and subscribe to the feed. Listen to past episodes or check out who's coming up next on foreverfabpodcast.com.   If you enjoy listening to the Forever F.A.B. podcast, get more audio and visuals with a membership through Patreon.  Choose the Gold, Platinum, or Diamond tier for premium added content, special co-hosts, lifestyle videos, branded merchandise, and private access to my Clubhouse by visiting patreon.com/ForeverFAB.   If you are the Founder of or represent a beauty brand and want to be featured on an episode of the Forever FAB podcast segment of Fifteen Minutes of FAB, send me some stuff.  Visit ForeverFABpodcast.com and fill out the Contact form.   For general holistic beauty tips or to set up an appointment with me to discuss your personalized options for leveling up your beauty, go to ElementsandGraces.com and sign up for my newsletter.   And for an online e-consultation on time, anytime and on your time, visit Click-Lift.com for your wellness, plastic surgery, and beauty questions on the go.   And… if you don't want to go anywhere or leave your home, look out for Jet Set Beauty Rx offering mobile aesthetic medical services, such as injectable fillers and multi-vitamin facial treatments.  Jet Set Beauty Rx is coming to your neighborhood soon.      Credits:  Video backdrop: Anyvoo Fashion:  top by Goop Glaases: Blue light blockers by Prive Revaux Beauty: skincare by Wonderskin Purevoc Makeup: n/a   Produced by www.oneofoneproductions.com Recorded, mixed, edited and original music by www.23dbproductions.com   Podcast Medical Disclaimer The purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. It is no substitute for professional care by your doctor or your own qualified healthcare professional. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this podcast or in any linked materials. Guests who speak on this podcast express their own opinions, experience and conclusions, and Dr. Shirley Madhere neither endorses nor opposes any particular opinion discussed in this podcast. The views expressed on this podcast have no relation to those of any academic, hospital, practice, institution or other entity with which Dr. Shirley Madhere may be affiliated.

The Past Lives Podcast
Paranormal Stories Ep39

The Past Lives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 21:39


This week the books I am reading from are ''FORBIDDEN KNOWLEDGE : A Personal Journey from Alien Abduction to Spiritual Transformation'' by Kathleen Marden and 'Afterlives: Firsthand Accounts of Twenty Notable People' by Joanne Helfrich.Joanne HelfrichThis is a startling collection of afterlife accounts from some of the most extraordinary people of our times:Anthony Bourdain, Hunter S. Thompson, Ayn Rand, Martin Luther King, Jr., Harriet Tubman, John Barron (former slaver), Thomas Paine, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Albert Einstein, Carl Jung, Hildegard von Bingen, Paramahansa Yogananda, J.D. Salinger, George Harrison, Douglas Adams, James Baldwin, Kurt Vonnegut, Aldous Huxley, Robin Williams, and Jane Roberts, author of the Seth Material.The authors reflect on their physical lives, describe their afterlives, comment on world events, and share their stunning perspectives on the nature of reality.In addition to providing wisdom and timely commentary, the book:Supports postmodern scientific views that consciousness is primaryEndorses religious doctrines of the existence of God, spiritual beings, and eternal life of the human soulCelebrates physical life and the afterlifeDiscourages suicide; since “we go as we are,” there's no better time to resolve our issues than nowEncourages us to connect with our own DivinityAFTERLIVES is evidence that there is life after death, that we are surrounded by helpful spiritual energies, and that life is precious and limitless.Joanne is an author and channeler whose works promote personal and collective transformation. Dedicated to integral approaches that bridge science, art, and spirit, she explores and shares the collective wisdom from all these traditions.Joanne cofounded NewWorldView.com (1999), an educational resource for the practical applications of conscious creation. Her work is inspired by Jane Roberts (late author of the Seth Material) and other spiritual teachers. She's also grounded in behavioral science, and a certified teacher of Dr. Clare Graves' and Dr. Don Beck's Spiral Dynamics Integral. She brings these and other tools to help individuals and organizations awaken to change.Joanne advocates channeling as an innate human intelligence, and encourages individualsto find and develop their own special abilities. She began to channel the essence Rose in2007. Their foundational work, The Way of Spirit: Teachings of Rose (2014), helps readers connect with their own Source and realize their unique intent and purpose—their soul's design for deepest expression and fulfillment.Her second book of Rose's teachings—Let That Shit Go: Learn to Process Loss and Be Happy (2018)—is a practical approach to healing addiction, anxiety, and depression. Joanne and Rose are also featured in the 2019 Meet Rose episode of the documentary series They Call Us Channelers, available on YouTube.Joanne discovered through sessions with her private clients that her psychic abilitiesextend into the afterdeath environment. This resulted in her book, The Afterlife of J.D. Salinger: A Beautiful Message From Beyond (2016).Her latest book, Afterlives: Firsthand Accounts of Twenty Notable People (2021), is a groundbreaking work in which she communicates with Anthony Bourdain, Hunter S. Thompson, Ayn Rand, Martin Luther King, Jr., Harriet Tubman, John Barron (former slaver), Thomas Paine, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Albert Einstein, Carl Jung, Hildegard von Bingen, Paramahansa Yogananda, J.D. Salinger, George Harrison, Douglas Adams, James Baldwin, Kurt Vonnegut, Aldous Huxley, Robin Williams, and Jane Roberts, author of the Seth Material.Joanne graduated magna cum laude from Temple University with a B.A. in Communications. She lives in Topanga, California, with her husband and collaborator, Paul M. Helfrich.Joanne is available for Private Sessions (thewayofspirit.com) and Programs.https://www.amazon.com/Afterlives-Firsthand-Accounts-Twenty-Notable-ebook/dp/B09MNR9VFN/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1667553761&sr=8-1https://www.thewayofspirit.com/Kathleen MardenKATHLEEN MARDEN's amazing life as the niece of Betty and Barney Hill, the first scientifically investigated case of alien abduction, sent her on a lifelong search for the answers. Her personal struggle with the unknown has carried her through the twists, turns and glimpses of mysterious realities. Until now she has concealed her knowledge because certain powers threatened to stand in her way. The power of disinformation and ridicule runs deep in its mission to enforce pervasive ignorance and limit access to secret knowledge. Not only has she explored her own paranormal experiences, but she also talked to thousands of UFO contact experiencers, worked on three major studies with them, and became an advocate for these greatly ridiculed people. Her journey took her deep into archival research and experimentation. She gained access to files that reveal remarkable evidence of the governments' secret interest in communicating with our non-human visitors. Most fascinating, she and a team of researchers carried out a multi-year communication experiment in search of answers to their many questions on why extraterrestrials are visiting our planet, how long they have been here, and why they have been coveting Forbidden Knowledge. You'll find the answers inside this fascinating book.BioKathleen Marden is a researcher, author, on camera expert, conference presenter, experiencer advocate, hypnosis practitioner and support group facilitator. She is known as one of the leading UFO contact researchers of our time. Since 1990, she has researched the perplexing nature of UFOs and the non-human entities associated with highly advanced aerial vehicles via her own groundbreaking research, investigation, and experimentation. Her research has extended to archival collections and the US government's involvement in the investigation of UFOs and its major studies. This has combined to give her a depth of knowledge that few possess. She is the 2013 recipient of MUFON's "Researcher of the Year" award and the 2021 recipient of the International UFO Congress "Lifetime Achievement Award".She earned a B.A. degree in social work and was employed as an educator and education services coordinator while attending graduate school. She is a certified practitioner of regression hypnosis and the Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique. She has worked on three social research studies, on experiencers of ET contact, two with Ph.D. social scientists. Additionally, she offers the Awakening Souls support group for experiencers who feel an intense calling to be part of the answer and to assist others who are beginning to awaken to their relationship with Non-human intelligence.Her interest in UFOs and contact began in 1961, when her aunt and uncle, Betty and Barney Hill had a close encounter and subsequent abduction in New Hampshire's White Mountains. She spent fifteen years in painstaking investigation of the Hill abduction case and continues to seek the scientific analysis of the compelling evidence.Her bestseller with nuclear physicist Stanton T. Friedman (1934-2019) is “Captured! The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience”. She and Stanton worked together for nearly 14 years and collaborated on two additional books “Science Was Wrong” and “Fact, Fiction, and Flying Saucers”. Her book with Denise Stoner “The Alien Abduction Files” includes her investigation of six intergenerational cases of abduction/contact. Her fifth book “Extra Terrestrial Contact: What to Do When You've Been Abducted” is a comprehensive guide to contact for Experiencers, those who love them, professionals who work with Experiencers, and the interested public. Read her latest book “Forbidden Knowledge: A Personal Journey from Alien Abduction to Spiritual Transformation” for deeper insight into Kathleen's own life and works. Her essays have been published in several additional books and magazines.https://www.amazon.com/FORBIDDEN-KNOWLEDGE-Abduction-Spiritual-Transformation-ebook/dp/B09SR6M7K5/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1667549590&sr=8-1https://www.kathleen-marden.com/kathleenmarden@abscigalhttps://www.pastliveshypnosis.co.uk/https://www.patreon.com/alienufopodcasthttps://www.patreon.com/pastlivespodcast

The History of Literature
458 Alexander Pushkin (with Robert Chandler)

The History of Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 53:21


For many Russian writers and readers, Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837) holds a special place: his position in Russian literature is often compared to Shakespeare's in English, Dante's in Italian, and Goethe's in German. In this episode, Jacke talks to Pushkin translator Robert Chandler (Peter the Great's African: Experiments in Prose) about the life and works of Russia's "greatest poet and founder of modern Russian literature." Additional listening suggestions: 169 Dostoevsky 150 "The Lady with the Little Dog" by Anton Chekhov Chekhov and "Gooseberries" Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/shop. The History of Literature Podcast is a member of Lit Hub Radio and the Podglomerate Network. Learn more at www.thepodglomerate.com/historyofliterature. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Forever FAB Podcast
“Speaking Your Truth without Saying A Word: How Fashion Inspires Confidence and Empowerment.” This is my interview with Brenda Cooper Part 1

Forever FAB Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 23:44


Brenda Cooper is an Emmy Award winning Fashion Stylist, Costume Designer, Image Coach, and  Color Expert. She won her Emmy for creating the costumes for the iconic TV series, The Nanny, and as the Co Host of E!'s hit TV show Fashion Emergency.  Her roster of celebrity clients includes Fran Drescher, Jamie Leigh Curtis, and Tichina Arnold, among others.  Brenda is also a public speaker and author, having penned the book, The Silhouette Solution.   Brenda believes that taking risks with your wardrobe will lead to your being emboldened to take risks in other areas of your life.  As German philosopher, Goethe, stated, “Boldness has genius, power and magic in it."  And as American writer T.S. Eliot wrote, “"Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far it is possible to go."  So, it may be that perhaps in taking risks with your wardrobe, you may feel empowered to go farther than you would have otherwise imagined. This is perhaps the power of style.  As per her website, brendacooper.com, Brenda guides women on how to easily elevate their confidence and self-esteem; which, ultimately transforms their relationships with themselves and others.   Her mission is to empower as many women as possible to express themselves fully, flourish in all areas of their lives and be ready to take on anything!   Brenda takes her clients on a aspirational and supportive journey toward self-discovery and self-expression and equips them with the tools, strategies, and transformed wardrobe needed to look, feel, and be their very best. Catch the latest episode of the Forever F.A.B. podcast on Apple podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, iheartradio, Podbean, and wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.  For past episodes featuring guest star interviews, beauty product reviews and innovations in plastic surgery, visit ForeverFABpodcast.com.     Dr. Shirley Madhere is a NYC-based plastic surgeon and Founder of Holistic Plastic Surgery.  This philosophy is based on a whole-body, mind, and spirit approach to beauty and incorporates wellness, integrative nutrition, functional aesthetics, and complementary medicine.   Dr. Madhere's approach to optimal outcomes in plastic surgery is through a lens of wellness, and is grounded in science and backed by ivy league medical study, research, and extensive surgical training.  View her menu of services at ElementsandGraces.com.  Consultations are available in-office, virtually, and online via Click-lift.com.   Coming soon: Dr. Madhere offers beauty on call services through Jet Set Beauty Rx, a mobile medical aesthetics unit delivering beauty in the privacy of your own home.  Reserve at JetSetBeautyRx.com.   As a creative outlet and means to broaden the perspective on the “spectrum of beauty,”  Dr. Madhere created Forever F.A.B., a podcast dedicated to Fashion, the Art of living well (i.e., wellness), and all things Beauty.  Visit ForeverFABpodcast.com for past and new episodes.     If you enjoy listening to the Forever F.A.B. podcast, get more audio and visuals with a membership through Patreon.  Choose the Gold, Platinum, or Diamond tier for premium added content, special co-hosts, lifestyle videos, branded merchandise, and private access to Dr. Shirley's Clubhouse by visiting patreon.com/ForeverFAB.   Catch the latest episode of the Forever F.A.B. podcast on Apple podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, iheartradio, Podbean, Amazon podcasts, and wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.  For past episodes featuring guest star interviews, beauty product reviews and innovations in plastic surgery, visit ForeverFABpodcast.com. Recommendations/The F.A.B. Five according to Brenda Cooper: Recommendations/The F.A.B. Five according to Brenda Cooper: Find your passion in life and convert that to something that contributes to the lives of others. Recommendations/The F.A.B. Five according to Brenda Cooper: Know yourself. Recommendations/The F.A.B. Five according to Brenda Cooper: Develop your confidence. Recommendations/The F.A.B. Five according to Brenda Cooper: Stop comparing yourself to others. Recommendations/The F.A.B. Five according to Brenda Cooper: Eat a healthy diet. Bonus: Put together a FABulous wardrobe. Do you want to feel more confident?  Do you want to express yourself in a more empowered way through fashion? Do you siply want to look (and feel!) FABulous? Contact Brenda and receive her unique style tips and tricks by visiting brendacooper.com.   Also check out @brendacooperstyle on social.   Buy Brenda's book, The Silhouette Solution, on amazon.com and your favorite book seller.   ***** As always, if you liked this episode of the Forever FAB podcast, please share it and subscribe to the feed. Listen to past episodes or check out who's coming up next on foreverfabpodcast.com.   If you enjoy listening to the Forever F.A.B. podcast, get more audio and visuals with a membership through Patreon.  Choose the Gold, Platinum, or Diamond tier for premium added content, special co-hosts, lifestyle videos, branded merchandise, and private access to my Clubhouse by visiting patreon.com/ForeverFAB.   If you are the Founder of or represent a beauty brand and want to be featured on an episode of the Forever FAB podcast segment of Fifteen Minutes of FAB, send me some stuff.  Visit ForeverFABpodcast.com and fill out the Contact form.   For general holistic beauty tips or to set up an appointment with me to discuss your personalized options for leveling up your beauty, go to ElementsandGraces.com and sign up for my newsletter.   And for an online e-consultation on time, anytime and on your time, visit Click-Lift.com for your wellness, plastic surgery, and beauty questions on the go.   And… if you don't want to go anywhere or leave your home, look out for Jet Set Beauty Rx offering mobile aesthetic medical services, such as injectable fillers and multi-vitamin facial treatments.  Jet Set Beauty Rx is coming to your neighborhood soon.      Credits:  Video backdrop: Anyvoo Fashion:  top by Goop Glaases: Blue light blockers by Prive Revaux Beauty: skincare by Wonderskin Purevoc Makeup: n/a   Produced by www.oneofoneproductions.com Recorded, mixed, edited and original music by www.23dbproductions.com   Podcast Medical Disclaimer The purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. It is no substitute for professional care by your doctor or your own qualified healthcare professional. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this podcast or in any linked materials. Guests who speak on this podcast express their own opinions, experience and conclusions, and Dr. Shirley Madhere neither endorses nor opposes any particular opinion discussed in this podcast. The views expressed on this podcast have no relation to those of any academic, hospital, practice, institution or other entity with which Dr. Shirley Madhere may be affiliated.  

The Past Lives Podcast
First-Hand Accounts of The Afterlife | Ep236

The Past Lives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 60:12


This week I'm talking to Joanne Helfrich about her book 'Afterlives: Firsthand Accounts of Twenty Notable People'.This is a startling collection of afterlife accounts from some of the most extraordinary people of our times:Anthony Bourdain, Hunter S. Thompson, Ayn Rand, Martin Luther King, Jr., Harriet Tubman, John Barron (former slaver), Thomas Paine, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Albert Einstein, Carl Jung, Hildegard von Bingen, Paramahansa Yogananda, J.D. Salinger, George Harrison, Douglas Adams, James Baldwin, Kurt Vonnegut, Aldous Huxley, Robin Williams, and Jane Roberts, author of the Seth Material.The authors reflect on their physical lives, describe their afterlives, comment on world events, and share their stunning perspectives on the nature of reality.In addition to providing wisdom and timely commentary, the book:Supports postmodern scientific views that consciousness is primaryEndorses religious doctrines of the existence of God, spiritual beings, and eternal life of the human soulCelebrates physical life and the afterlifeDiscourages suicide; since “we go as we are,” there's no better time to resolve our issues than nowEncourages us to connect with our own DivinityAFTERLIVES is evidence that there is life after death, that we are surrounded by helpful spiritual energies, and that life is precious and limitless.Joanne is an author and channeler whose works promote personal and collective transformation. Dedicated to integral approaches that bridge science, art, and spirit, she explores and shares the collective wisdom from all these traditions.Joanne cofounded NewWorldView.com (1999), an educational resource for the practical applications of conscious creation. Her work is inspired by Jane Roberts (late author of the Seth Material) and other spiritual teachers. She's also grounded in behavioral science, and a certified teacher of Dr. Clare Graves' and Dr. Don Beck's Spiral Dynamics Integral. She brings these and other tools to help individuals and organizations awaken to change.Joanne advocates channeling as an innate human intelligence, and encourages individualsto find and develop their own special abilities. She began to channel the essence Rose in2007. Their foundational work, The Way of Spirit: Teachings of Rose (2014), helps readers connect with their own Source and realize their unique intent and purpose—their soul's design for deepest expression and fulfillment.Her second book of Rose's teachings—Let That Shit Go: Learn to Process Loss and Be Happy (2018)—is a practical approach to healing addiction, anxiety, and depression. Joanne and Rose are also featured in the 2019 Meet Rose episode of the documentary series They Call Us Channelers, available on YouTube.Joanne discovered through sessions with her private clients that her psychic abilitiesextend into the afterdeath environment. This resulted in her book, The Afterlife of J.D. Salinger: A Beautiful Message From Beyond (2016).Her latest book, Afterlives: Firsthand Accounts of Twenty Notable People (2021), is a groundbreaking work in which she communicates with Anthony Bourdain, Hunter S. Thompson, Ayn Rand, Martin Luther King, Jr., Harriet Tubman, John Barron (former slaver), Thomas Paine, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Albert Einstein, Carl Jung, Hildegard von Bingen, Paramahansa Yogananda, J.D. Salinger, George Harrison, Douglas Adams, James Baldwin, Kurt Vonnegut, Aldous Huxley, Robin Williams, and Jane Roberts, author of the Seth Material.Joanne graduated magna cum laude from Temple University with a B.A. in Communications. She lives in Topanga, California, with her husband and collaborator, Paul M. Helfrich.Joanne is available for Private Sessions (thewayofspirit.com) and Programs.https://www.amazon.com/Afterlives-Firsthand-Accounts-Twenty-Notable-ebook/dp/B09MNR9VFN/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1667553761&sr=8-1https://www.thewayofspirit.com/https://www.pastliveshypnosis.co.uk/https://www.patreon.com/pastlivespodcast

Raise the Line
Fostering and Sharing New Ideas in Public Health - Maria Thacker-Goethe, CEO of The Center for Global Health Innovation

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 31:31


Deploying community-based health workers has been a popular tactic to boost vaccination rates during COVID, but when the crisis ends, how can they stay engaged to help achieve other public health goals? That's the kind of question Maria Thacker-Goethe grapples with as CEO of the Atlanta-based Center for Global Health Innovation. “You have to have the respect to keep paying people and not leave them high and dry because that will just break down trust,” says Thacker-Goethe, who is also the President and CEO of Georgia Bio.  A key link in public health efforts in Georgia and beyond, she takes a ground-up approach to fostering collaboration among stakeholders in order to develop and share innovations, particularly those focused on health equity. A good example is a new “innovation district” the Center is building that will, in a unique twist, co-locate high tech health companies with public health organizations.  As she tells host Dr. Rishi Desai, Thacker-Goethe believes an underlying issue connecting all of this work is building trust through better communications, including more effective use of popular social media platforms, a tactic not yet fully embraced by the public health establishment. Don't miss this fascinating exploration of innovation in public health, and stay tuned to learn about a special project that shares the wisdom of public health pioneers.Mentioned in this episode:https://cghi.orghttps://www.9lessons.org

Hermitix
Nietzsche, Steiner, and the Crisis of Modernity with Paul Bishop and Aaron French

Hermitix

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 89:38 Very Popular


I'm once again joined by Paul Bishop and Aaron French to discuss the overlap between the work of Friedrich Nietzsche and Rudolf Steiner, especially in relation to the spiritual and religious crisis of modernity. Notes from Aaron French: 1) At one point I said in the Nietzsche house in Weimar there is a picture of Heidegger in his “Nazi uniform.” I was just making a point here; in reality it is a photo of Heidegger in his large brown overcoat with a shiny Nazi pin on his breast, which is of course suggestive of a uniform. 2) The book in German that deals with the history of Steiner and the Nietzsche archives is David Marc Hoffmann, Zur Geschichte Des Nietzsche-Archivs: Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche, Fritz Koegel, Rudolf Steiner, Gustav Naumann, Josef Hofmiller: Chronik, Studien Und Dokumente (Berlin: De Gruyter, 1991). 3) For Steiner, the later philosophy of Nietzsche is a necessary spiritual confrontation with the logical conclusion and endpoint of the development of Western philosophy. 4) In terms of Kant's inaccessible noumenal realm, Steiner came to see Goethe's concept of morphology as providing crucial insight into his later Geisteswissenschaft (spiritual science), which claimed that higher organs of perception could be developed to observe a hidden and spiritual part of nature that was creative and alive and not mechanical. This conception of nature, Steiner argued, was the correct interpretation of Goethe's “archetypal phenomena,” namely, that by staying with the phenomena itself one could observe the spiritual essence of the world without having to resort to abstract metaphysical systems that explain the hidden truth—i.e., natural science—but rather one could experience such spiritual essences phenomenologically and empirically. Become part of the Hermitix community: Hermitix Twitter - https://twitter.com/Hermitixpodcast Support Hermitix: Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/hermitix Donations: - https://www.paypal.me/hermitixpod Hermitix Merchandise - http://teespring.com/stores/hermitix-2 Bitcoin Donation Address: 3LAGEKBXEuE2pgc4oubExGTWtrKPuXDDLK Ethereum Donation Address: 0x31e2a4a31B8563B8d238eC086daE9B75a00D9E74

Arts & Ideas
Goethe, Schiller and the first Romantics

Arts & Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 44:55


Putting I at the centre, the Ich, was the creed of philosopher Johann Gottlieb Fichte whilst Friedrich Schelling, saw the self as at one with the rest of nature: naturphilosophie. These competing ideas were debated in literary salons in the German town of Jena in the 1790s and Andrea Wulf's new biography Magnificent Rebels: The First Romantics and the Invention of the Self tells this story. She joins Anne McElvoy alongside New Generation Thinker Dr Seán Williams and the musicologist and Classical music biographer, Stephen Walsh, author of The Beloved Vision: Music in the Romantic Age. Producer: Ruth Watts This edition features discussion of music inspired by the Jena writers and extracts of: Franz Schubert, “Gretchen am Spinnrade” sung by Bernarda Fink (soprano) with Gerold Huber (piano), Harmonia Mundi, HMC901991 Weber, Der Freischütz, Rundfunkchor Leipzig, Staatskapelle Dresden, Carlos Kleiber Deutsche Grammophon, 4577362 You can find other programmes exploring German culture and thinking in the Free Thinking archives and available to download as Arts & Ideas podcasts including ETA Hoffmann https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00188r7 Rainer Maria Rilke https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0016k0v Wittgenstein's Tractatus https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000wcwk The 1920s Philosophy's Golden Age https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000q380 The Tin Drum https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05stw9v Thomas Mann https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001025h