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The Man of God
The End of the Modern Marrow Men? | Modern Marrow Men

The Man of God

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 33:08


In the final episode of this season, Pastors Tom Hicks and John Divito reflect on the main themes they have covered and how they have applied the law and the gospel to their lives and ministries. Recommended Resources: Edward Fisher, Marrow of Modern Divinity (with Thomas Boston's notes) John Colquhoun, A Treatise on the Law and the Gospel Stephen Tyng, Lectures on the Law and the Gospel Samuel Bolton, True Bounds of Christian Freedom --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cbtseminary/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cbtseminary/support

GEROS Health - Physical Therapy | Fitness | Geriatrics
Why "getting stronger" is a BS Therapy goal

GEROS Health - Physical Therapy | Fitness | Geriatrics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 22:06


Want to make sure you stay on top of all things geriatrics? Go to http://PTonICE.com/resources to check out our Free eBooks, Lectures, & the MMOA Digest!

Chalk Radio
Prof. Edoh Wants to Know What You Think

Chalk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 2:03


Contemporary Movements for Justice is an MIT course in which scholars and activists speak about pursuing justice for European colonialism in Africa and its contemporary legacies. Do you have ideas that could help shape these discussions? If so, please participate in this new OCW opportunity. Watch course lectures online at the same time as MIT students. No registration required, and it's completely free. Then share your ideas by following the link below. Professor Edoh will incorporate your questions and comments into the offline discussions that happen in class.  After each class discussion she'll pin a summary comment on each video on YouTube so you can see how your contributions informed the conversation. The next course module is on the efforts of a group of Afro-descended Belgian activists to hold accountable a commission that was established to examine Belgium's colonial past in Congo, Burundi, and Rwanda. Tune in to the OCW YouTube channel throughout November 2021 to watch videos from experts speaking about transitional and reparative justice in this context. You can find a complete schedule of the lectures for the course below. Amah Edoh is the Homer A. Burnell Assistant Professor of Anthropology and African Studies at MIT. Last year she was the winner of the Everett Moore Baker Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. She has previously appeared on the Chalk Radio podcast (and been profiled in Open Matters) discussing her course 21G.026 Global Africa: Creative Cultures. In addition to that course, OCW also has published the materials from Professor Edoh's 21G.025 Africa and the Politics of Knowledge. Relevant Resources:Contribute Your Ideas to Contemporary Movements for JusticeContemporary Movements for Justice Video PlaylistMIT OpenCourseWareProfessor Edoh's Faculty PageMusic in this episode by Blue Dot Sessions Lecture Schedule:OctoberWhat do We Mean by Reparations?Openings for Seeking Justice for Colonial Violence in Algeria NovemberRelevance of a Transitional Justice Framework to Address Belgium's Colonial Past (coming soon)Accessing Archives to Make Claims (coming soon) Connect with Us:If you have a suggestion for a new episode or have used OCW to change your life or those of others, tell us your story. We'd love to hear from you! Call us at 617-715-2517On our siteOn FacebookOn TwitterOn Instagram Stay Current:Subscribe to the free monthly "MIT OpenCourseWare Update" e-newsletter. Support OCW:If you like Chalk Radio and OpenCourseware, donate to help keep those programs going! Credits:Sarah Hansen, host and producerBrett Paci, producer  Dave Lishansky, producer Show notes by Peter Chipman

Dressage Life with JJ Tate
043. Show Talk | First Level

Dressage Life with JJ Tate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 29:39


In this episode, JJ talks about heading to Regionals, touching on first level before her Monthly Zoom Lecture deep dive, & getting into the show ring after cancer. --------- This episode was originally featured on October 13, 2021, in JJ's online community, Team Tate TV a private Facebook group of inspired & supportive dressage lovers just like you. If you're on Facebook we welcome you to join the conversation there. Check out the Monthly Zoom Meetings for all of JJ's Lectures along with featured guests. https://www.teamtateacademy.com/zoom-meetings For more information on Team Tate Academy, visit www.TeamTateAcademy.com/podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dressagelife-jjtate/message

Sadler's Lectures
Miguel De Unamuno, Tragic Sense Of Life - The Tragic Sense Of Life - Sadler's Lectures

Sadler's Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 19:59


This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, novelist, playwright, and poet Miguel de Unamuno's book Tragic Sense of Life It focuses specifically on discussions of what he means by that term itself, the "tragic sense of life" To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Tragic Sense of Life - https://amzn.to/3aZYadC

Yaron Brook Show
Yaron Lectures: How Do We Go beyond Left and Right

Yaron Brook Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 52:30


A weird phenomenon can be observed throughout the West: while the Left and the Right disagree less and less about the fundamentals (such as the expanding role of the state or the willingness to regulate the market), the tensions and the toxicity in the public sphere are at a peak. The culture wars are the field where political passions explode, and the result is a suffocating atmosphere, while the actual problems at hand remain unresolved. In this lecture, Yaron delves into the ideologies of the Left and Right, and shows why moving beyond is the only way to a better future.

Les Nuits de France Culture
Lectures de femmes - Un village du Vaucluse (1ère diffusion : 07/06/1971)

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 20:00


durée : 00:20:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit - De Laurence Wylie - Par Michèle Perrein

Sadler's Lectures
Leo Tolstoy, What Is Art? - The Beautiful, The True, and The Good - Sadler's Lectures

Sadler's Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 12:47


This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century philosopher and novelist Leo Tolstoy's book What Is Art? It focuses specifically on his discussion of the notions of the beautiful, true, and good, which were often conflated in his time, and which Tolstoy thought needed to be distinguished from and even opposed to each other. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Tolstoy's What Is Art? - https://amzn.to/2tDihMn

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Lectures from Liberals - 10.19.21 - Hour 4

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 38:12


Howie talks about various articles this hour about liberals who once praised essential workers are now repaying them with mass firings and mandates.

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation
Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 5 (D&C 6-9)

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 46:27


Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation
Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 5 (D&C 6-9)

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 46:27


Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation
Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 5 (D&C 6-9)

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 44:19


Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation
Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 5 (D&C 6-9)

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 44:19


Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation
Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 5 (D&C 6-9)

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 39:28


During 1978, 1979, and 1980, Hugh Nibley taught a Doctrine and Covenants Sunday School class. Cassette recordings were made of these classes and some have survived and were recently digitized by Steve Whitlock. Most of the tapes were in pretty bad condition. The original recordings usually don't stop or start at the beginning of the […] The post Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 5 (D&C 6-9) first appeared on The Interpreter Foundation.

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation
Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 5 (D&C 6-9)

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 39:28


During 1978, 1979, and 1980, Hugh Nibley taught a Doctrine and Covenants Sunday School class. Cassette recordings were made of these classes and some have survived and were recently digitized by Steve Whitlock. Most of the tapes were in pretty bad condition. The original recordings usually don't stop or start at the beginning of the […] The post Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 5 (D&C 6-9) first appeared on The Interpreter Foundation.

New Books Network
David Hieatt: Co-Founder Hiut Denim Co & The Do Lectures

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 82:51


David Hieatt explains the importance of telling stories in brand building and how he applied the skills he learned in advertising to build globally recognised brands. His life is so unusual that it's hard to be sure what our listeners will take away, but he is clearly grounded in what he is doing now, recognised as successful in the eyes of his peers, and has built a brand, business and events that have impact and meaning for him, and others and his local community in Wales. He co-founded Howies which was acquired by Timberland, later The Hiut Denim Co, whose mission was and is to bring jeans making back to his hometown in Wales, and a popular & unique event called "The Do Lectures" which attendees say is better than TED and/or Burning Man. While taking us through some of the big moments in his life, he shares how his interest in brands got him into advertising, how he managed to position himself as an expert in marketing sports brands to young consumers at the age of 13, and to lose half his father's savings when he was 16. We hear about the power of persistence, doing things that other people don't do, and counter intuitive episodes in his life. We hear how half the people in his company were happy when he sold Howies to Timberland because he drove things too hard, and the exit made him unhappy. How he showed up with his friend for job interviews and was rejected 150 times and moved from living on "beans on toast" to a senior position in a global advertising agency through working all hours, studying hard, and taking the jobs that nobody else wanted. We get some insights into the "Mad Men" alcohol fuelled culture of "chaos with bright people". He asks an important question for any entrepreneur "Why would you sell something you love for money?". We learn how a good entrepreneur who wants to build a brand needs to have two factories: one producing the product, the other producing the stories. If you listen to this episode you may learn where you should never ever underestimate the power of a sticker. We hear about the challenges of success associated with the Do lectures event which, despite being expensive, sell out, and from which amazing people have to be turned away. Perhaps in 2022 they will have randomised selection. About David Hieatt and other links Read interviews with David life here and here David's Linkedin The Do Lectures "The idea is a simple one: To gather together the world's DOers, disruptors and change makers, experts and pioneers, to share their stories, and encourage others to go and DO." The Hiiutt Denim Company "We make jeans. Nothing else. No distractions. No bobble caps. No perfumes. We focus on doing one thing well." To compare Do Lectures events with TEDx- check the global TEDx or look at articles about how TEDxKazimierz is organised by Richard Lucas Getting a ticket to TEDxKazimierz , Getting to speak at TEDxKazimierz and How to build community at events About Kimon Fountoukidis Twitter Linkedin Kimon is the founder of both Argos Multilingual and PMR Both companies were founded in the mid 90s with zero capital and both have gone on to become market leaders in their respective sectors. Kimon was born in New York and moved to Krakow, Poland in 1993. Listen to his story here About Richard Lucas Twitter Linkedin Richard is a business and social entrepreneur who founded or invested in more than 30 businesses, including investments in Argos Multilingual, PMR https://www.pmrmarketexperts.com/en and, in 2020, the New Books Network. Richard has been a TEDx event organiser, supports the pro-entrepreneurship ecosystem, and leads entrepreneurship workshops at all levels: from pre- to business schools. Richard was born in Oxford and moved to Poland in 1991. Read more here. Listen to his story in an autobiographical TEDx talk here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Sadler's Lectures
Leo Tolstoy, What Is Art? - Tolstoy's Definition Of Art - Sadler's Lectures

Sadler's Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 16:36


This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century philosopher and novelist Leo Tolstoy's book What Is Art? It focuses specifically on the definition of Art that he provides in the work, construing it as a means of communion between people. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Tolstoy's What Is Art? - https://amzn.to/2tDihMn

Sadler's Lectures
Leo Tolstoy, What Is Art? - Why Elite Art Is Not True Art - Sadler's Lectures

Sadler's Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 18:55


This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century philosopher and novelist Leo Tolstoy's book What Is Art? It focuses specifically on his his contention that elite art is not true or genuine art, and the arguments he provides to support his case To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Tolstoy's What Is Art? - https://amzn.to/2tDihMn

Come Follow Me- Daily Dose
Oct 16- Doctrine & Covenants 119

Come Follow Me- Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 9:21


In this section the Lord reiterates the law of consecration, and gives the saints the new (to them) law of tithing. Understanding the purpose behind these laws is critical to us understanding that God grows and strengthens us as we give Him our all. Joseph Smith quote- Lectures on Faith page 58

Dressage Life with JJ Tate
042. Self Care | Sometimes You Have To Bathtub Sob

Dressage Life with JJ Tate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 38:22


Self-care is essential to life and sometimes it is ok to not be ok. In this episode, JJ provides an update on how things went at Dressage at Devon along with tackling the emotions of her ongoing recovery from breast cancer. --------- This episode was originally featured on October 14, 2021, in JJ's online community, Team Tate TV a private Facebook group of inspired & supportive dressage lovers just like you. If you're on Facebook we welcome you to join the conversation there. Check out the Monthly Zoom Meetings for all of JJ's Lectures along with featured guests. https://www.teamtateacademy.com/zoom-meetings For more information on Team Tate Academy, visit www.TeamTateAcademy.com/podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dressagelife-jjtate/message

Jewish History with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Katz
Announcement About Rabbi Katz's Winter Lectures @ Cong. Shomrei Emunah

Jewish History with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 2:04


Lectures will be in person at Shomrei Emunah on Saturday nights at 8:45 PM. Starting tomorrow night

Sadler's Lectures
Leo Tolstoy, What Is Art? - The Scope Of Art - Sadler's Lectures

Sadler's Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 11:59


This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century philosopher and novelist Leo Tolstoy's book What Is Art? It focuses specifically on his discussion of the scope of what can be considered to be works of art. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Tolstoy's What Is Art? - https://amzn.to/2tDihMn

Intellectual Dark Web Podcast
Peter Thiel American Democracy Podium

Intellectual Dark Web Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 113:46


Peter Thiel American Democracy Podium PETER THIEL LECTURE Peter Andreas Thiel is an American entrepreneur, venture capitalist, philanthropist, political activist, and author. He was ranked No. 4 on the Forbes Midas List of 2014, with a net worth of $2.2 billion, and No. 315 on the Forbes 400 in 2017, with a net worth of $2.6 billion. THE INTELLECTUAL DARK WEB PODCAST We Search the Web for the Best Intellectual Dark Web Podcasts, Lectures and Videos that can be understood by merely listening to save YOUR time. Then we make those Intellectual Dark Web Episodes available on Spotify and downloadable. IMPORTANT! AMAZON DELETED THE LAST INEXPENSIVE BINDING. IT WAS TOO CHEAP! HERE IS ANOTHER VERSION FOR STUDENTS WITH HOBBES, LOCKE, ROUSSEAU AND THE US CONST. IN ONE BOOK: ||| MACHIAVELLI https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/niccolo-machiavelli-and-john-locke-and-thomas-hobbes-and-peter-kanzler/the-leviathan-1651-the-two-treatises-of-government-1689-and-the-constitution-of-pennsylvania-1776/paperback/product-69m6we.html XXX https://www.bookfinder.com/search/?author=peter%2Bkanzler&title=pennsylvania%2Bconstitution%2Bleviathan&lang=en&isbn=9781716844508&new_used=N&destination=us¤cy=USD&mode=basic&st=sr&ac=qr || ROUSSEAU https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/jean-jacques-rousseau-and-thomas-hobbes-and-john-locke-and-peter-kanzler/the-leviathan-1651-the-two-treatises-of-government-1689-the-social-contract-1762-the-constitution-of-pennsylvania-1776/paperback/product-782nvr.html XXX https://www.bookfinder.com/search/?author=peter%2Bkanzler&title=pennsylvania%2Bconstitution%2Bleviathan&lang=en&isbn=9781716893407&new_used=N&destination=us¤cy=USD&mode=basic&st=sr&ac=qr | Thank You Dearly For ANY Support! And God Bless You.

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation
Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Lesson Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 43 (D&C 121-123)

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 43:18


Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation
Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Lesson Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 43 (D&C 121-123) – Hidden

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 43:18


Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation
Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Lesson Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 43 (D&C 121-123)

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 32:31


During 1978, 1979, and 1980, Hugh Nibley taught a Doctrine and Covenants Sunday School class. Cassette recordings were made of these classes and some have survived and were recently digitized by Steve Whitlock. Most of the tapes were in pretty bad condition. The original recordings usually don't stop or start at the beginning of the […] The post Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Lesson Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 43 (D&C 121-123) first appeared on The Interpreter Foundation.

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation
Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Lesson Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 43 (D&C 121-123)

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 32:31


During 1978, 1979, and 1980, Hugh Nibley taught a Doctrine and Covenants Sunday School class. Cassette recordings were made of these classes and some have survived and were recently digitized by Steve Whitlock. Most of the tapes were in pretty bad condition. The original recordings usually don't stop or start at the beginning of the […] The post Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Lesson Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 43 (D&C 121-123) first appeared on The Interpreter Foundation.

Intellectual Dark Web Podcast
Steve Jobs' Stanford Commencement Address

Intellectual Dark Web Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 16:50


Steve Jobs' Stanford Commencement Address STEVE JOBS STANFORD COMMENCEMENT THE INTELLECTUAL DARK WEB PODCAST We Search the Web for the Best Intellectual Dark Web Podcasts, Lectures and Videos that can be understood by merely listening to save YOUR time. Then we make those Intellectual Dark Web Episodes available on Spotify and downloadable. IMPORTANT! AMAZON DELETED THE LAST INEXPENSIVE BINDING. IT WAS TOO CHEAP! HERE IS ANOTHER VERSION FOR STUDENTS WITH HOBBES, LOCKE, ROUSSEAU AND THE US CONST. IN ONE BOOK: ||| MACHIAVELLI https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/niccolo-machiavelli-and-john-locke-and-thomas-hobbes-and-peter-kanzler/the-leviathan-1651-the-two-treatises-of-government-1689-and-the-constitution-of-pennsylvania-1776/paperback/product-69m6we.html XXX https://www.bookfinder.com/search/?author=peter%2Bkanzler&title=pennsylvania%2Bconstitution%2Bleviathan&lang=en&isbn=9781716844508&new_used=N&destination=us¤cy=USD&mode=basic&st=sr&ac=qr || ROUSSEAU https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/jean-jacques-rousseau-and-thomas-hobbes-and-john-locke-and-peter-kanzler/the-leviathan-1651-the-two-treatises-of-government-1689-the-social-contract-1762-the-constitution-of-pennsylvania-1776/paperback/product-782nvr.html XXX https://www.bookfinder.com/search/?author=peter%2Bkanzler&title=pennsylvania%2Bconstitution%2Bleviathan&lang=en&isbn=9781716893407&new_used=N&destination=us¤cy=USD&mode=basic&st=sr&ac=qr | Thank You Dearly For ANY Support! And God Bless You.

Dressage Life with JJ Tate
041. The Importance of Cross Training

Dressage Life with JJ Tate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 34:46


A mentally and physically well-rounded horse is a happy horse. In this episode, JJ covers the importance of cross-training for the dressage horse and how she likes to approach it with the horses in her program. Longlining, hill work, cavaletti, lunging, and more are discussed. --------- This episode was originally featured on September 16, 2020, in JJ's online community, Team Tate TV a private Facebook group of inspired & supportive dressage lovers just like you. If you're on Facebook we welcome you to join the conversation there. Check out the Monthly Zoom Meetings for all of JJ's Lectures along with featured guests. https://www.teamtateacademy.com/zoom-meetings For more information on Team Tate Academy, visit www.TeamTateAcademy.com/podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dressagelife-jjtate/message

Counter-University Classroom
Class 1: Conservatism & Friendship

Counter-University Classroom

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 48:32


 Counter-University Classroom - Class 1: Conservatism and FriendshipIn this episode... A lecture from Dr. David Corey of Baylor University at the 2021 National ISI Honors Program. The topic for this conference was "American Conservatism & The Quest for Community."Links: Apply to the ISI Honors ProgramBecome a part of ISI:Download the ISI App for AppleDownload the ISI App for AndroidBecome a MemberSupport ISIUpcoming ISI Events

Hayek Program Podcast
Lectures in Economic Sociology - Peter Boettke & Jordan Lofthouse

Hayek Program Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 55:46


On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, we continue a series of lectures on topics in economic sociology hosted by Peter Boettke. He is joined in this episode by Jordan Lofthouse as they discuss his research into the institutions of Native American reservations. Jordan also explains his academic background in geography and how a paper by James Buchanan ultimately sparked a change in his views on political economy. Additionally, the pair discuss the challenges of doing fieldwork in economics, the explanatory power of fieldwork, and how individuals can effectively communicate their findings in academic contexts. CC Music: Twisterium

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation
Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Lesson Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 42 (D&C 115-120) – Hidden

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 34:40


Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation
Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Lesson Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 42 (D&C 115-120)

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 34:00


During 1978, 1979, and 1980, Hugh Nibley taught a Doctrine and Covenants Sunday School class. Cassette recordings were made of these classes and some have survived and were recently digitized by Steve Whitlock. Most of the tapes were in pretty bad condition. The original recordings usually don't stop or start at the beginning of the […] The post Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Lesson Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 42 (D&C 115-120) first appeared on The Interpreter Foundation.

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation
Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Lesson Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 42 (D&C 115-120)

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 34:00


During 1978, 1979, and 1980, Hugh Nibley taught a Doctrine and Covenants Sunday School class. Cassette recordings were made of these classes and some have survived and were recently digitized by Steve Whitlock. Most of the tapes were in pretty bad condition. The original recordings usually don't stop or start at the beginning of the […] The post Nibley Lectures: Come, Follow Me Lesson Doctrine and Covenants Lesson 42 (D&C 115-120) first appeared on The Interpreter Foundation.

GEROS Health - Physical Therapy | Fitness | Geriatrics

Visual Dependency Tips + Tricks Want to make sure you stay on top of all things geriatrics? Go to http://PTonICE.com/resources to check out our Free eBooks, Lectures, & the MMOA Digest!

Dressage Life with JJ Tate
040. Tightness vs. Resistance | Plus! Celebrating Dressage at Devon

Dressage Life with JJ Tate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 37:13


Tightness and resistance are not the same thing. One word of advice, never kick a tightness. So how do you know the difference? JJ dives deep into how to approach these two similar but different training challenges. Plus this episode revisits the 2020 Dressage at Devon virtual show as a response to Covid-19 and JJ talks about her love of Devon and how to support the show to continue its legacy. --------- This episode was originally featured on September 23, 2020, in JJ's online community, Team Tate TV a private Facebook group of inspired & supportive dressage lovers just like you. If you're on Facebook we welcome you to join the conversation there. Check out the Monthly Zoom Meetings for all of JJ's Lectures along with featured guests. https://www.teamtateacademy.com/zoom-meetings For more information on Team Tate Academy, visit www.TeamTateAcademy.com/podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dressagelife-jjtate/message

SAL/on air
Adam Zagajewski

SAL/on air

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 43:47


At the start of this reading, which includes poems in English and Polish, Zagajewski says, “As long as you write new poems, you are alive. It's the only proof of this.” Zagajewski died this March, but his poems remain with us—proof he was alive and lives still. In a poetic twist of fate, the date of Zagajewski's passing was the same as the evening he read at Seattle Arts & Lectures—exactly nineteen years earlier. This reading by Adam Zagajewski, recorded in March 2001, was postponed from its original date by the forces of Mother Nature. On February 28, 2001, the Nisqually Earthquake struck. In wry form, Zagajewski banters about the interplay between reality and poetry, life and art. He notes thematic links between his book Tremor, his poem Lava, and the shaking earth that brought daily life in the Pacific Northwest to a halt. The pre-eminent Polish poet of his generation, Zagajewski's early work was political in nature. He sought to illuminate conditions in western Poland post-World War II: “the bitter bread of urgency and contemporaneity.” With insight and imagination, Zagajewski's poems depict the surreal experience of daily life in a totalitarian state following the Soviet takeover of his hometown, Lvov, in present-day Ukraine.

Intellectual Dark Web Podcast
Milton Friedman Capitalism and Poverty

Intellectual Dark Web Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 7:17


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City Arts & Lectures
Colson Whitehead

City Arts & Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 68:18


Colson Whitehead is the only novelist to win a Pulitzer Prize for consecutive books: The Underground Railroad, now a television miniseries directed by Oscar-winner Barry Jenkins, and The Nickel Boys. His novels span a wide range of genres, including satire (Apex Hides the Hurt), post-apocalyptic zombie horror (Zone One), and an autobiographical coming-of-age story (Sag Harbor, which is slated for an HBO adaptation produced by Laurence Fishburne). With his highly-anticipated new heist novel, Harlem Shuffle, Whitehead tries his hand at yet another literary category. On September 17, 2021, Colson Whitehead talked to Alexis Madrigal about his writing before an audience at the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco, the first live on-stage program for City Arts & Lectures since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rochester Zen Center Teisho (Zen Talks)
September 2021 Sesshin, Day 1: Swampland Flowers: The Letters and Lectures of Zen Master Ta Hui (trans. by J.C. Cleary)

Rochester Zen Center Teisho (Zen Talks)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 42:24


Teisho by Roshi Bodhin Kjolhede. Automated transcript The post September 2021 Sesshin, Day 1: Swampland Flowers: The Letters and Lectures of Zen Master Ta Hui (trans. by J.C. Cleary) appeared first on Rochester Zen Center.

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Uncle Joe Lectures Us on Vaccines...Again! - 9.24.21 - Hour 4

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 45:16


Joe Biden had another presser today where he lectures us on the unvaccinated.

Sadler's Lectures
John Stuart Mill, On Liberty - Cultivation Of Originality - Sadler's Lectures

Sadler's Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 16:34


This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century Utilitarian philosopher John Stuart Mill's work, On Liberty It focuses specifically on his advocacy and argument running throughout chapter 3 for the development and cultivation of what he calls "individuality". To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Mill's On Liberty - https://amzn.to/2X1vXz0

Dressage Life with JJ Tate
039. Grieving a Young Horse & Continuing to Move Forward

Dressage Life with JJ Tate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 20:03


The loss of every horse is hard, but losing the promise of a young horse with a bright future is particularly poignant. In this episode, JJ shares her experience and perspective after saying goodbye to one of her own. --------- This episode was originally featured on November 4, 2020, in JJ's online community, Team Tate TV a private Facebook group of inspired & supportive dressage lovers just like you. If you're on Facebook we welcome you to join the conversation there. Check out the Monthly Zoom Meetings for all of JJ's Lectures along with featured guests, https://www.teamtateacademy.com/zoom-meetings For more information on Team Tate Academy, visit www.TeamTateAcademy.com/podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dressagelife-jjtate/message

Sadler's Lectures
John Stuart Mill, On Liberty - Calvinism And Conformity - Sadler's Lectures

Sadler's Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 14:09


This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century Utilitarian philosopher John Stuart Mill's work, On Liberty It focuses specifically on his discussion of what he calls the "Calvinist theory" about human nature, God's will, and individuality. He criticizes the repression of the development of human faculties and capacities To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Mill's On Liberty - https://amzn.to/2X1vXz0

Sadler's Lectures
John Stuart Mill, On Liberty - The Value Of Genius - Sadler's Lectures

Sadler's Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 14:09


This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century Utilitarian philosopher John Stuart Mill's work, On Liberty It focuses specifically on his discussion of what value he thinks there are to people of "genius", which involves examining what genius actually consists in. He also advocates for more open and free societies in which genius can develop and flourish. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Mill's On Liberty - https://amzn.to/2X1vXz0

Sadler's Lectures
John Stuart Mill, On Liberty - What Individuality Encompasses - Sadler's Lectures

Sadler's Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 14:41


This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century Utilitarian philosopher John Stuart Mill's work, On Liberty It focuses specifically on his discussions in chapter 3 bearing upon what individuality extends to and encompasses, which turns out to be all of the faculties and capacities of a human being To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Mill's On Liberty - https://amzn.to/2X1vXz0

Yaron Brook Show
Yaron Lectures — Live From London My Case Against Trump

Yaron Brook Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 86:01


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GEROS Health - Physical Therapy | Fitness | Geriatrics
Bridging Geri Exercise Research with our Assessments

GEROS Health - Physical Therapy | Fitness | Geriatrics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 17:16


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Dressage Life with JJ Tate
038. Classy, Classical, & Competitive | Showing with integrity.

Dressage Life with JJ Tate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 35:27


Not everyone chooses to compete, but for those who do, keeping it classy and classical is all about showing up to the ring with integrity. JJ talks about how she approaches the show ring prepared, ready to win, but also ready to put the horse first -always. --------- This episode was originally featured on October 4, 2020 in JJ's online community, Team Tate TV a private Facebook group of inspired & supportive dressage lovers just like you. If you're on Facebook we welcome you to join the conversation there. Check out the Monthly Zoom Meetings for all of JJ's Lectures along with featured guests. https://www.teamtateacademy.com/zoom-meetings For more information on Team Tate Academy, visit www.TeamTateAcademy.com/podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dressagelife-jjtate/message

Queens of the Mines
Back on the Porch with Swifty (Lewis C Gunn)

Queens of the Mines

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 57:21


On a Sunday afternoon drive, Alexander and his son drove past each of the churches in the city. When they passed a theatre, his son Lewis asked “Whose church is that, father?”and  Alexander told him, “That is the devil's church, my son".   Lewis left for California in 1849 from Philadelphia, his wife Elizabeth LeBreton Stickney and four children joined him two years later, in Sonora, California. If you live in, or have been to Sonora, chances are you are familiar with the Gunn House Hotel, built 1850 by Dr. Lewis C. Gunn, who published the Sonora Herald and other abolition papers inside the now present Hotel. The Princeton Theological Seminary was established in 1812, it was the first Seminary founded by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church. If you  do not  know, a seminary is an educational institute that also teaches scripture and theology.  Seminary can prepare someone to be a clergy member. This  was not the same school as Princeton University.  The College of New Jersey, later to become Princeton University, was supportive of this plan. Although the Princeton Theological Seminary did have the support of the school, and recognized that the specialized work required more attention than they could give. In 1835, Lewis was a student at the Princeton Theological Seminary, where the discussion of abolition was prohibited.  The 18 year old man learned that the American Anti-Slavery Society agent and abolitionist speaker, Amos Phelps had plans to visit the campus, against the will of the faculty and the local Presbyterian church.  Amos Phelps had graduated from Yale's Divinity School after graduating from Yale University. Training for the Christian ministry was a main purpose in the founding of Yale College in 1701.  Lewis wrote a letter to the Anti-Slavery agent Amos Phelps that March. He must have known the tremendous risk.  In this letter, Lewis told Amos Phelps that he should rent the second floor of a house for a private meeting. Lewis strongly advised against the use of a public gathering place. Lewis also directed Phelps to bring tickets, so that they could control who came in. The tickets would only be available to a small group of sympathetic students. Lastly, Lewis instruced Phelps to arrive without notice.  In the letter that Lewis wrote to Phelps, Lewis is quoted saying,  “The difficulty in holding a truly public meeting is that there are many very wild students in the college from the South, who would like no better frolic than to mob an antislavery man. For the sake of the cause of abolition here, as well as my peace while I remain in this place, I do not whisper it even though I have had a hand in bringing it about.”  September, 1835, the word on the street was that an abolitionist was in the area. The unsympathetic students were on high alert.   A group of students, all white were out and about on the fourth of September. The men decided to take a short cut through Princeton's black neighborhood. So the white men were all walking down Witherspoon Street in the black part of town, when someone in the group noticed that there was a white man inside one of the homes. The home of   Anthony Simmons, a professional caterer and a prominent member of Princeton's black community.  The assumption was made that this was the talk about the abolitionist, who was there to hold a meeting. The news of the rebellion spread fast. Soon, at least sixty undergraduates gathered on Witherspoon Street. The group made up almost a third of the entire student population of the Seminary. The men then mobbed down Witherspoon Street to the home of Anthony Simmons.  When they get to his house, Simmons attempted to block his door.  The crowd is demanding to know if Simmon's was hiding a white man inside.  At first, Simmons was frightened to death and answered no. The men aggressively continued the questioning until Anthony Simmons broke.  Leading the crowd was the freshman Thomas Ancrum, and the sophomore Hilliard Judge.  The two men barged into the home and grabbed  the hiding white man by the throat and drug him out onto Witherspoon Street.  While Ancrum and Judge rough the guy up, some of the students ransacked the man's belongings and quickly discovered that the man was an agent and author for many abolitionist publications. Papers like the Emancipator, the Liberator, and the Philanthropist. His books and notes were burned. The seething Seminary students were shouting suggestions for punishment. More local residents started to join in with the mob. “‘Lynch him', ‘kick him out of town', ‘kick him to death', ‘hang him', tar and feather him”.  The crowd voted to lynch the abolitionist. The man begged for his life, and the mob “told the man that they would let him go upon condition that he renounce abolition and swore by all that is holy he would have nothing more to do with it.”   On hearing that he had a family Judge who had been one of his most violent persecutors became his warmest advocate and said that no one should hurt the man unless he did it through him. They told the old fellow that they would let him go upon condition that he renounced abolition and swore by all that is holy he would have nothing more to do with it. He took the required oath and promised he would leave town directly, but they, to be more certain of his going and to have a little more fun with him, said they would accompany to the end of town. The parade was a warning to the rest of the students. Deterring them from pursuing talk of abolition.  They took him beyond the last house of the village, on the road leading to Phil, and letting him go told him to heel it for his life. Those who were there say they never saw a man run so fast before he soon got into a woods close by and they lost him. That you may not be astonished at his running so fast, I will just mention again the different kinds of punishment they threatened to inflict upon him if they caught him again; "tar and feather him,” "tar and feather him and set him on fire,” “put him in a hollow log stop up both end and heave him in the canal," “Lynch him," (which you know signifies thirty nine with the cowhide, tard and feathered, put in a canoe in the middle of the river without oars or paddle, and sent adrift) "hang him. The press announced the victim's name was Silas Tripp. This was the name found on the unpublished abolition papers he was writing, which were found and burned.  No such name is listed in any of the leading abolitionist publications of the era. Silas Tripp is believed to be the author's pseudonym.  Tripp told his attackers that he was married and lived in Philadelphia, and that it was for their support that he had undertaken this agency..  On the day following the attack, however, unspecified sources informed the students that he was single and from New York. Who really was the victim?  Two options. Was it the agent Amos Phelps, who would assume the editorship of the New York City-based Emancipator the following year? At the time of the attack, Phelps was married and had a child.   Or was it Lewis, the organizer of the secret meeting in Princeton, who was born in New York and graduated from Columbia? The newspapers in the south applauded the mob. The Princeton Administration did nothing. The discussion of abolition at the school was prohibited.   The faculty was committed to the act of colonization. The school was in deep opposition to abolition. That was well known.  The administration's silence gave insinuated approval of the mob's actions. Often, silence leads to violence.    The ringleader Thomas Ancrum left Princeton to run his family's plantation in South Carolina, where he came to own over 200 slaves.  He later assaulted Princeton Seminary alumnus and black abolitionist Theodore Wright at a Princeton graduation ceremony. Again, he faced no repercussions.    Whether Phelps made the journey to Princeton in 1835 is unclear. If Lewis' plan was successful, their meeting occurred in secret, with only a select few in town or on campus aware of it. If the meeting did occur, it may have contributed to the birth of a new anti-slavery society in Princeton.   Mob violence of this sort was not unusual in antebellum America. Historian David Grimsted counts thirty-five anti-abolition riots in the summer of 1835 alone. Violence occasionally erupted on college campuses encouraged by hostile or indifferent administrators and faculty members.  Abolitionist newspapers attracted special attention, and their presses were attacked and destroyed at least thirteen times during this period.    Lewis withdrew from Princeton and worked as a teacher until he moved to Philadelphia, where he started a printing company. Perhaps inspired by events at Princeton, Lewis abandoned secrecy altogether and specialized in abolitionist literature.    There he met Elizabeth Le Breton Stickney, who was also devoted to the antislavery cause and also spent much time visiting among the poor and black people of Philadelphia, trying to teach them to read and to become thrifty. They would marry two years later, and continue to live in Philadelphia.    Lewis also helped to organize a boycott of slave-produced goods. Responding to criticism that the boycott was impractical, he argued that it would keep the issue of slavery at the forefront of the public consciousness. “Free discussion,” he wrote, “is the vital air of abolitionism.”    In November 1837, Lewis' seminary classmate, Elijah Lovejoy, was shot to death while defending his printing press from an anti-abolition mob in Illinois.  Several months later, Lewis spoke on the right of free discussion, standing in front of a large crowd at the newly built Pennsylvania Hall, his voice booming. “There are two and a half millions of slaves who are never allowed to speak on their own behalf, or tell the world freely the story of their wrongs. There are also half a million of so-called free people of color, who are permitted to speak with but little more liberty than the slaves. Nor is this all. Even those who stand up in behalf of the down-trodden colored man, however white their skins may be, are slandered, persecuted, mobbed, hunted from city to city, imprisoned, and put to death! Without freedom of speech, we ourselves are slaves.”      Two days  later, that newly built Pennsylvania Hall was burned to the ground by an anti-abolition mob then pushed by local officials and politicians, leaving black families throughout the city under attack.     In 1838, Lewis wrote his address to Abolitionists and it was published by Merrihew & Gunn Printers in Philadelphia.      We are not about to tell you of the existence of slavery in our "land of the free," or to inform you that nearly three million of your countrymen are the victims of systematic and legalized robbery and oppression. This you know full well, and the knowledge has awakened your strong sympathy with the sufferers, and your soul-deep abhorrence of the system which crushes them. We mean not to prove that this system is condemned by every principle of justice, every precept of the Divine law, and every attribute of the Divine character, — or that no man can innocently sustain to his fellow man the relation it has established. You already believe this proposition, and build upon it as a fundamental doctrine, the whole superstructure of your anti-slavery creed and plan of operations. It is not our purpose to convince you that the slave, as your brother man, has a right to your compassion and assistance. You acknowledge his claim, and profess to be his fast and faithful friend. But we would propose to you a question of weight and serious import. Having settled your principles, do you practically carry them out in your daily life and conduct? To one point we would direct your attention. Do you faithfully abstain from using the products of the slave's extorted and unpaid labor? If not, having read thus far, do not immediately throw aside this address with an exclamation of contempt or indifference, but read it through with candor. Before entering upon a discussion of the question, whether our use of the products of slave-labor does not involve us in the guilt of slaveholding, we ask your attention to the two following propositions.     The love of money is the root of the evil of slavery — and the products of slave-labor are stolen goods.   The love of money is the root of the evil of slavery. We say that the whole system, with all its incidents, is to be traced to a mean and heartless avarice. Not that we suppose every individual slaveholder is actuated by a thirst for gold; but that slaveholders so generally hold slaves in order to make money by their labor, that, if this motive were withdrawn, the system would be abolished. If nothing were gained, it would not be long before the commercial staples would cease to be produced by slave-labor, and this would break the back-bone of the system. A comparison of the history of the cotton trade with that of slavery would show that every improvement in the cultivation and manufacture of cotton has infused new vigor into the system of slavery; that the inventions of Cartwright, Whitney and others, have diminished the proportional number of emancipations in the United States, enhanced the value of slaves, and given a degree of stability to the robbery system which it did not before possess. Indeed, every fluctuation in the price of cotton is accompanied by a corresponding change in the value of slaves.  It is the love of money, then, that leads to the buying and working of slaves. And all the laws forbidding education, sanctioning cruelty, binding the conscience, in a word, all the details of the system, flow from the buying of men and holding them as property, to which the love of money leads. Are we not, so far, correct?    Articles produced by slave-labor are stolen goods. Because every man has an inalienable right to the fruits of his own toil. It is unnecessary to prove this to abolitionists. Even slaveholders admit it. John C. Calhoun says: " He who earns the money — who digs it out of the earth with the sweat of his brow, has a just title to it against the universe. No one has a right to touch it without his consent, except his government, and it only to the extent of its legitimate wants; to take more, is robbery." This is what slaveholders do. By their own confession, then, they are robbers. In the language of Charles Stuart, "their bodies are stolen, their liberty, their right to their wives and children, their right to cultivate their minds, and to worship God as they please, their reputation, hope, all virtuous motives are taken away by a legalized system of most merciless and consummate iniquity. Such is the expense at which articles produced by slave-labor are obtained. They are always heavy with the groans, and often wet with the blood of the guiltless and suffering poor." But, say some, "we admit that the slaves are stolen property; and yet the cotton raised by their labor is not, strictly speaking, stolen, any more than the corn raised by means of a stolen horse." In reply, we say that it is stolen. In every particle of the fruit of a man's labor he holds  property until paid for that labor, the slave is under no such contract. He, therefore, who sells the produce of his toil before paying him, sells stolen property. If the case of the corn raised by means of a stolen horse is parallel, it only proves the duty of abstaining from that also. If it be not parallel, it proves nothing. If, then, the products of slave-labor are stolen goods, and not the slaveholder's property, he has no right to sell them. We are now prepared to examine the relation between the consumer of slave produce and the slaveholder, and to prove that it is guilty, all guilty.    Lewis and Elizabeth LeBreton Stickney made their home in Philadelphia after their marriage in 1839. Lewis left for California in 1849 from Philadelphia, his wife Elizabeth LeBreton Stickney and four children joined him two years later, in Sonora, California.  If you live in, or have been to Sonora, chances are you are familiar with the Gunn House Hotel, Built 1850, by Dr. Lewis C. Gunn, who published the Sonora Herald and other abolition papers inside the now present Hotel.    Enos Lewis Christman in July, 1850, printed the first number of the Sonora Herald, at Stockton, and carried it to Sonora on horseback, where it was circulated at 50 cents per copy. A printing office was soon established in a tent in Sonora, the first newspaper in southern mines and a little later he entered into partnership with Dr. Lewis C. Gunn, formerly of Philadelphia, running from 1850-1852, As well as the County Recorder's Office, where The Gunn House stands today.    The home of Dr. Gunn's family until 1861, the building is one of only a few original adobe structures in Sonora and the First Two-Story House in Sonora. According to the old tghhospital.com, the first Tuolumne General Hospital was built in 1861 on the northwest corner of Stewart and Lyon Streets in the notorious Tigre district of Chinatown. Right where Sonora has it's farmers market.   In 1873, the Lewis C. Gunn residence, now known as the Gunn House, was purchased, remodeled, and enlarged as Tuolumne General Hospital that remained until 1897.  Water was added to the facility in the mid 1870's.  Then made into a hotel called the Italia Hotel.  In 1960, the hotel was remodeled and renamed the Gunn House, which many say is haunted.  https://www.ptsem.edu/about/history [1]Lewis C. Gunn to Amos A. Phelps, 16 March 1835, MS A.21 v.5, p.20, Amos A. Phelps Correspondence, Rare Books and Manuscripts Department, Boston Public Library (Boston, MA); James H. Moorhead, “Slavery, Race, and Gender at Princeton Seminary: The Pre-Civil War Era,” Theology Today 69 (October 2012): 274-288. ⤴ [2]Amos A. Phelps, Lectures on Slavery and its Remedy (Boston: New-England Anti-Slavery Society, 1834); Edward A. Phelps, “Rev. Amos A. Phelps – Life and Extracts from Diary,” MS 1037, Amos A. Phelps Correspondence, Rare Books and Manuscripts Department, Boston Public Library (Boston, MA). ⤴ [3]William H. Hilliard, David Jones, and Paul Blount to William Lloyd Garrison, 30 July 1835, in the Liberator, 8 August 1835; John Frelinghuysen Hageman, History of Princeton and Its Institutions, vol. 2 (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1879), 217-227. ⤴ [4]My reconstruction of this event is based on three manuscript letters: Thomas M. Clark to John M. Clapp, 8 September 1835, Spared & Shared 4, accessed 1 September 2017, http://sparedshared4.wordpress.com/letters/1834-thomas-march-clark-to-john-milton-clapp/; Gilbert R. McCoy to Gilbert R. Fox, [10] September 1835, in the Princeton University Library Chronicle 25 (Spring 1964): 231-235; John W. Woods to Marianne Woods, 14 September 1835, folder 10, box 7, John Witherspoon Woods Letters, Student Correspondence and Writings Collection (AC334), Princeton University Archives, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library (Princeton, NJ). ⤴ [5]McCoy to Fox, [10] September 1835, Princeton University Library Collection; The Anti-Slavery Record, vol. 1 (New York: R. G. Williams, 1835), 84; “List of Letters,” Liberator, 12 July 1834; “Letter from Mr. Johnson,” Colored American, 30 January 1841; Rina Azumi, “John Anthony Simmons,” Princeton & Slavery Project, accessed 1 July 2017, slavery.princeton.edu/john-anthony-simmons. ⤴ [6]McCoy to Fox, [10] September 1835, Princeton University Library Collection; Princeton Whig, 8 September 1835. ⤴ [7]McCoy to Fox, [10] September 1835, Princeton University Library Collection; Woods to Woods, 14 September 1835, Student Correspondence and Writings Collection. ⤴ [8]David Grimsted, American Mobbing, 1828-1861: Toward Civil War (New York: Oxford University Press, 1998), 4, 35; “The Reign of Prejudice,” Abolitionist 1 (November 1833): 175; Craig Steven Wilder, Ebony & Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America's Universities (New York: Bloomsbury Press, 2013), 271-272. ⤴ [9]Princeton Whig, 8 September 1835; Trenton Emporium & True American, 12 September, 1835; Charleston Courier, 17 September 1835. ⤴ [10]“Subscription $1000,” folder 5, box 23, Office of the President Records (AC #117), Princeton University Archives, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library (Princeton, NJ). ⤴ [11]William Edward Schenck, Biography of the Class of 1838 of the College of New Jersey, at Princeton, N.J. (Philadelphia: Jas. B. Rodgers Printing Co., 1889), 163; Faculty Meetings and Minutes, 29 March, 27 June 1836, vol. 4, Office of Dean of the Faculty Records (AC118), Princeton University Archives, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library (Princeton, NJ); “Shameful Outrage at Princeton, N.J.,” Emancipator, 27 October 1836; 1850 Federal Census (Slave Schedule), FamilySearch, accessed 30 June 2017, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MVZB-P3B; C. Vann Woodward, ed., Mary Chesnut's Civil War (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1981), 70. ⤴ [12]Faculty Meetings and Minutes, 21 July, 10 August 1835, vol. 3, Office of Dean of the Faculty Records (AC118), Princeton University Archives, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library (Princeton, NJ); Faculty Meetings and Minutes, 4 April 1837, vol. 4, ibid.; Hilliard M. Judge to John C. Calhoun, 29 April 1849, in The Papers of John C. Calhoun, vol. 26, ed. Clyde N. Wilson and Shirley Bright Cook (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2001), 385; 1850 Federal Census (Slave Schedule), FamilySearch, accessed 30 June 2017, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MV8H-CNG. ⤴ [13]Anna Lee Marston, ed., Records of a California Family: Journals and Letters of Lewis C. Gunn and Elizabeth Le Breton Gunn (San Diego: n.p., 1928), 4-5; Lewis C. 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