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Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 48. Schumacher's A Guide for the Perplexed

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 39:51


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. In the political philosophy series, the next book that we read is E. F. Schumacher's A Guide for the Perplexed. This book comes near the end of the course as a summary and insight into the whole nature of philosophy and political philosophy. It is a short, remarkable book, to be read carefully.   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 47. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 24 - Conclusion

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 43:15


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. The Conclusion of the book recalls the overall thesis of the book and argues for a settled place for political philosophy as a discipline open to both human and higher things in a coherent whole.   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

What We Can't Not Talk About
Strange New World

What We Can't Not Talk About

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 37:35


How did the world arrive at its current, disorienting state of identity politics, and how we respond? Historian Carl R. Trueman shows how influences ranging from traditional institutions to technology and pornography moved modern culture toward an era of “expressive individualism.” Investigating philosophies from the Romantics, Nietzsche, Marx, Wilde, Freud, and the New Left, he outlines the history of Western thought to the distinctly sexual direction of present-day identity politics and explains the modern implications of these ideas on religion, free speech, and personal identity. For more, order Dr. Truman's book, "Strange New World" https://www.crossway.org/books/strange-new-world-tpb/

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 46. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 23 - Chapter 12B

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 42:47


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. Polity and family exist for virtue, but virtue exists for friendship, for the activities of the virtues.   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 45. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 22 - Chapter 12A

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 42:53


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. Chapter 12 is on friendship. This is a question that arises in political philosophy and presents several fundamental enigmas that serve to conclude our reflections on the relation of revelation to political philosophy, why questions in political philosophy are open to answers of revelation.   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Zwijgen is geen optie
De laatste dag van het schooljaar met Philip Brinckman

Zwijgen is geen optie

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 53:44


In de meer dan honderd gesprekken die wij tot nog toe voerden, passeerde het onderwijs niet zelden de revue. Vaak als magische oplossing: De plek waar een extra vak, een extra lesuur, een ander soort leerkracht, gebouw of methode het verschil zou maken. En zo de kiem zou worden van een ander soort wereld. Hoe realistisch is die goed bedoelde droom? Philip Brinckman beantwoordt de vraag. Welbespraakt, gedreven en genuanceerd. Maar stellig. Met als mentale munitie zijn decennialange ervaring op wat de beste school van ons land genoemd wordt en de stapels literatuur die hij 's avonds, verblijvend in het appartement van 'zijn' internaat, verslonden heeft. Een dijk van een gesprek. Voor jullie. Lees hier meer over het gesprek: https://zwijgenisgeenoptie.be/philip-brinckman Schrijf je in voor onze nieuwsbrief: https://zwijgenisgeenoptie.be/nieuwsbrief/ Steun ons: https://zwijgenisgeenoptie.be/mecenaat/ Hoofdstukken Hoofdstuk 1: Plus est en vous Philip verzet zich tegen de beleveniseconomie die zegt dat alles leuk moet zijn en daarbij vergeet dat er meer in ons zit. Onderwijs moet dat in ons naar boven halen, zoals een game dat altijd net iets moeilijk wordt, waardoor je steeds je grenzen verlegt. Hoofdstuk 2: Kameel, Leeuw & Kind Philip vat Nietzsche samen: Kinderen moet leren als kamelen in een spoor lopen, vervolgens moeten ze leeuwen worden en zich verzetten tegen de regels, weg van het spoor hun eigen weg kiezen. Enkel dan kunnen ze Kind (met hoofdletter) worden en dankbaar en vol verwondering in het leven staan. Volgens Philip willen we vandaag de kameelfase te vaak overslaan. Hoofdstuk 3: De retoriek van het opklimmen De markt is het onderwijs binnen gedrongen en zorgt ervoor dat er waarde (lees: economische waarde) wordt gegeven aan richtingen. Het onderwijs is het slachtoffer van de problemen van de maatschappij maar wordt wel verondersteld al die maatschappelijke problemen op te lossen.  Hoofdstuk 4: De taak van het onderwijs Philip gelooft in het onderwijsmodel van Gert Biesta met de 3 pijlers: kwalificatie, cultuur en persoonlijke ontwikkeling. Die 3 pijlers moeten elkaar in evenwicht houden en nu is dat niet zo. Hoofdstuk 5: Mensen een plaats geven Philip zoomt nog meer uit naar de alleroudste functie van het onderwijs: mensen een plaats geven in het culturele verhaal dat verteld wordt. Religie deed dat, maar met de secularisering is er ook iets wezenlijk verdwenen. Hoofdstuk 6: 7x8=54 Philip verzet zich hevig tegen het zelfactiverend leren waarbij de leraar een facilitator/coach is die zichzelf moet wegcijferen en alles uit het kind zelf moet laten komen. Daar tegenover staat de leraar die weet wat hij de kinderen wil leren en ze zo efficiënt mogelijk daar waar hij ze wil krijgen brengt. Hoofdstuk 7: Het afstootplankje Philip heeft het over wat een leraar goed maakt. Een goede leraar is als een afstootplankje bij het verspringen, iemand waartegen je je kan afzetten om verder te springen. Dat is een moeilijk meetbaar iets, het gaat voornamelijk over passie en talent.

The Wisdom Of
Suffering and Happiness

The Wisdom Of

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 9:47


In this brief episode, I reflect on the connection between suffering and a deeper form of happiness. 

CrossPolitic Studios
Cosmological Revolution from Nietzsche, And Why We Hate Theocracy [Choc Knox Unplugged]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 96:25


Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 44. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 21 - Chapter 11

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 73:39


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. Chapter 11 is on the relation between freedom, truth, and law. It is important so see how they are related to each other in a limited polity that is open to the truth and transcendence.   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Singularity.FM
Cadell Last on Nietzsche, Transhumanism and Story

Singularity.FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 121:48


I have always wanted to discuss Friedrich Nietzsche's philosophy and how it relates to technology and transhumanism. The problem is that a very short list of people will make me enjoy such a challenging conversation. Luckily, Dr. Cadell Last is among the top on that shortlist. I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as […]

ERIC KIM
How to Become More Manly

ERIC KIM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 17:52


How to Become More Manly If you're a man, it seems wise to strive to become more manly. But what does this mean? To past philosophers, they called it becoming more “virtuous” (virtus meaning “man”.) But funny enough, nowadays it seems that the trend is to strive towards manliness is not really a desired goal. We are trying to teach men that masculinity is “toxic“, and that instead of striving to become more manly, or masculine, we should strive to become more “compassionate“, empathetic, “inclusive“, etc. Ultimately it comes to a philosophical code of ethics. What is philosophy? The closest answer that Nietzsche came up with is the philosopher as a legislator, or a law maker of the future. In more practical terms, I see a philosopher as somebody who tells others what they “should“ do. Also what they “should not“ to do. The tricky thing is that nobody wants to be told what to do, at least upfront. It does seem to take more energy to think for yourself. The teacher as philosopher-educator What is the teacher anyways? Partly an educator of basic concepts, but teachers are also philosophers, who shape the minds of children. It seems that in today's modern society, because a lot of the parents are always working, the teachers end up having the moral responsibility of teaching kids ethics, and a code of conduct. For example, I was born in 1988. As a kid growing up, I was taught notions of diversity, equality, open mindedness, critical thinking, the value of being unique, and different. For the most part, I actually really liked this. I'm quite happy the way I turned out. But certainly as one becomes an adult, one should start to question the codes of ethics one was raised with, and to decide to start thinking for oneself. And to start living for oneself. Why don't I really know any women interested in philosophy? Cindy is probably the first woman I have ever met in my life, who was actually interested in philosophy and the meaning of life. However the big word philosophy is not thrown around. It is more about adventuring, questioning the status quo, and dreaming big. In actuality, in today's world, nobody really talks about philosophy. It is not something that one questions. So two things: first of all, maybe it is a sociological thing: society does not care for women to question the status quo and society, they would prefer women to be the child readers, give birth to children, do domestic chores, etc. But also on the other hand, society doesn't really want men to be philosophers either. Philosophers are pretty much disobedient, unproductive folks, who refuse to be told what to do. If you think about past philosophers like Diogenes, they were kind of annoying nomadic homeless people, who would say pithy things, and just be a little bit annoying to everybody. Also, it does seem that in order to become philosophical, or truly philosophical, there are a lot of things that one cannot have in life: a standard 9-to-5 job, dependence on money, etc. For myself, I was only able to start really thinking philosophically once I left America, and started to live abroad in Vietnam, where I realized: I will never run out of money. If anything, a philosopher is actually the highest rank in society. A philosopher doesn't actually need to base their opinion on first principles, they could simply state what they believe in, without having to call anybody else. It seems that the bias in today's society is that he who is richest has the highest rank. Modern society in America valorizes really really rich people, really really rich business people, and really really rich entr

Nick's Non-fiction
Nick's Non-fiction | Thus Spoke Zarathustra

Nick's Non-fiction

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 62:29


Welcome back for another episode of Nick's Non-fiction with your host Nick Muniz! In this masterpiece of philosophical literature Friedrich Nietzsche utters the famous phrase "God is dead!" This powerful book spells out Nietzsche's belief in the will to power, and serves as an introduction to his doctrine of eternal return. Written in a passionate, quasi-biblical style, Thus Spake Zarathustra is daring in form and filled with provocative, thought-provoking concepts. Today, the work is regarded as a forerunner of modern existentialist thought, a book that has provoked and stimulated students of philosophy and literature for more than 100 years. Subscribe, Share, Mobile links & Time-stamps below! 0:00 Introduction 4:00 About the Author 6:05 Ch1: God is Dead 17:40 Ch2: Metamorphosis 24:15 Ch3: Faith Vs. Will 28:55 Ch4: Master Slave Morality 36:05 Ch5: Ubermensh 41:10 Ch6: The Return 46:30 Ch7: The Retreat 54:30 Ch8: Thus Spoke Siphyllis 1:02:30 Next Time & Goodbye! iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheNiche Thanks for Stopping by!

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 43. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 20 - Chapter 10B

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 38:28


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. "A polity open to truth is open both to revelation and science without in any way denying that a polity has its own existence and actions- themselves seeking to put truth into its laws and ultimately  into the things of common importance that take place among human beings."   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Paper Lab Podcast
Episode 117: The Nietzsche of Naples

Paper Lab Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 41:54


Welcome to the second part of the pre-Megcacon Mega cast, occurring post-Megacon. In this one, we're off to the races going on and on about the Halo tv show. Technically this was the last half of our conversation from the prior week and contrary to what Mervyn says at the start, It was in fact not a five-minute talk about the Halo tv show, so go figure.Available on Amazon Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, Castbox, Deezer, Podcast Addict, and Podchaser.Spicy Beets: https://soundcloud.com/jesse-senpaiPaper Lab Studios: Paperlabstudios.comFollow us on Instagram: @fisby4real @zippertan @paperlabstudiosFollow us on Twitter: @zippertan @paperlabSupport us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paperlabstudios

Wake Up Podcast
Ep 74: "Nietzsche & Nihilism" with Rob Malka

Wake Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 67:42


The Series continues with Rob Malka If you've not yet listened to the original show, go and hear that one for his background story. Your mind will be blown. It is Episode #62. In this second part of a two part mini-series, we explore the following: - Nietzsche - Rousseau - Symbolism - Gothic era - Architecture - Aesthetics - Hand ball is a game for prisoners - The “dark ages” - Vitality & Quality - Thomas Aquinas And we close out with 4 min of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto, as a musical representation of what's happening in the world today. Follow Rob's work at: MalkaRobert.com ____________________________________ Thanks again for listening. Subscribe on Fountain, YouTube, Anchor, Spotify, iTunes, etc: https://play.fountain.fm/show/KGEglVpdWo4zXQWR3X7G https://anchor.fm/wakeuppod https://www.youtube.com/c/WakeUpPod You can follow my work at: - Linktree.com/Svetski Or - Twitter @GhostOfSvetski - IG @AleksSvetski - https://svetski.medium.com - https://bitcoinmagazine.com/authors/aleksandarsvetski Check out the new book: UnCommunist.com More coming soon!

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 42. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 19 - Chapter 10A

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 34:48


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. Chapter 10 begins the last series of chapters which, in contrast to earlier chapters, arise out of man's nature and not from some Fall or fault. Science, technology, and law are all good things. They can be abused, but as such are proper manifestations of what it is to be a human being. Chapter 10 is devoted to the relation of science and political philosophy.   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 41. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 18 - Chapter 9B

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 43:13


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. To possess the virtues and to act according to them was to fulfill human potentiality--to be happy according to the proportion and the possibilities given to a human being.   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 40. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 17 - Chapter 9

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 52:02


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. Chapter 9 is a consideration of Aristotle's understanding of virtue and vice, basically it is  a guide through Aristotle's Ethics, where in hapiness, the four moral virtues, the minor virtues, pleasure, and the notions of choice and reasons are considered in the context of human action.   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

KawFee Haus
310 The Birth of Tragedy by Friedrich Nietzsche || Dionysus or Apollo?

KawFee Haus

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 15:44


We take a look at The Birth of Tragedy by Friedrich Nietzsche. One of Nietzsche's earliest works, The Birth of Tragedy (1872) is a remarkable source of inspiration. It is here that the philosopher expresses his frustration with the contemporary world and urges man to embrace Dionysian energy once more. He refutes European culture since the time of Socrates, arguing that it is one-sidedly Apollonian and prevents man from living in optimistic harmony with the sufferings of life. Once Upon a Vampire kawfeehaus@protonmail.com Finally on Twitter @KawFee_Haus Read new articles at KawFee Haus Korner on Substack Consider supporting the show on Patreon See what I'm reading on Goodreads Check out my book

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 39. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 16 - Chapter 8

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 70:30


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. Chapter 8 is a consideration of the relation between the philosophic notion of happiness and the revelational notion of salvation. Happiness can be understood in a practical or political sense and in a theoretic sense. But both senses leave us perplexed even in their fullness. Salvation is directed to each individual in his particular circumstances of life.   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Rogue Insider Podcast
Thinker On Stage: Nietzsche's Materialism: Preface

Rogue Insider Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 3:30


Sloterdijk's Preface to 'Thinker On Stage'

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 38. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 15 - Chapter 7B

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 45:27


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. "Political authority is not merely an abstract principal or form.  Political authority and hence political life are not merely philosophically justified, but religiously grounded.  Neither of these foundations contradicts the other but in fact they are directly related as complete to incomplete." For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Rogue Insider Podcast
Thinker On Stage: Nietzsche's Materialism: Foreword

Rogue Insider Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 60:48


Jochen Schukte-Sasse's Foreword to Sloterdijk's 'Thinker On Stage.'

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 37. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 14 - Chapter 7A

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 49:51


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. Chapter 7 looks at the deaths of Socrates and Christ as key events that bring  reason and revelation together in the light of political philosophy. The remarkable parallels of these two trials is occasion for seeing how politics is both limited and transcended by philosophy and revelation." For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

The Nietzsche Podcast
43: Nihilism

The Nietzsche Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 86:49


Much had been made of Nietzsche's predictions of the coming nihilism. As a result of the death of the Christian God, Europe is bound for a crisis of values, in which nothing can any longer give us a goal beyond ourselves and our own happiness, and people search for this meaning or justification in all sorts of other spheres of human life: morality, reason, history, and utility. Ultimately, however, since we have so thoroughly devalued the physical world of experience, we find no such meaningful answer to the problem of life. That we have devalued life in order to justify life was a masterstroke of Christianity, so long as we had a transcendent authority to look to: a higher sphere to justify the material sphere. But now, we are left only with the burdens, the curse on existence, the “in vain”. As the will cannot aim at nothing, the ultimate consequence is the pursuit of happiness for the greatest number. Rather than this passive, incomplete nihilism, Nietzsche dreams of an active nihilism, and a strength of will to cut through the meaninglessness into a true revaluation. Come explore the meaning, causes and consequences of nihilism with me! Episode art: Gustave Dore - Satan's Fall to Earth

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 36. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 13 - Chapter 6B

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 33:26


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. "Death limits politics not merely because the polity must articulate the reasons for which the taking of life is permitted or necessary, but because the polity must remember those who have died in the defense of the common and continuing life." For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 35. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 12 - Chapter 6A

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 42:50


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. Chapter 6 is on death and political philosophy deals with the relation of the memory of the city, of its heros and villans, and of the efforts to explain and evaluate the meaning of death in political life. For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Catholic Thinkers
Political Phillosophy by Fr. Schall: 34. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 11 - Chapter 5

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 61:30


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. Chapter 5 is on Hell in political philosophy. What are the punishments civil and eternal for crimes and sins? The teaching on hell, originally brought up in Plato's Republic, has to do with the significance of human actions and the worth of human life. For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 33. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 10 - Chapter 4B

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 44:06


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. "The power to declare but not make evil to be good is at the very root of political power and no doubt one of its principal dangers."   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

The Trans-Atlanticist
Transatlantic Wisdom #2: The Image of Our Mind: Pope, Schlegel, Franklin, and Blake

The Trans-Atlanticist

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 47:33


What oft was thought, but ne'er so well express'd. In the second episode, Coyle and Swensen trace the evolution of thought from the Enlightenment period (1685-1815) through the Romantic era (1800-1850) and Nietzsche's lifetime (1844-1900) and lastly on to the Modernist era (1900-1940) by focusing on a number of key transatlantic figures. Key themes include the art of interpretation, the creation of philosophical systems, and tensions between rationalism and artistic creation.

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
262. Beyond Order Jordan B. Peterson Montreal | Host: Jonathan Pageau

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 112:37


We had the honor of having our dear friend Jonathan Pageau host this Beyond Order lecture in Montreal on May 23rd, 2022. Jonathan opens the show by describing how he first heard (and subsequently met) Jordan. This event, then, serves as a continuation of the conversations they first had. Throughout this hour-and-a-half-long event, Dr. Peterson and Jonathan Pageau discuss perception, symbolism, values, and the relationship between perception and the cognitive scientist's attempts to understand consciousness. —Links— Check out Jonathan Pageau's YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UCtCTSf3UwRU14nYWr_xm-dQ Websites: https://thesymbolicworld.com (speaking) https://pageaucarvings.com (carving) https://orthodoxartsjournal.org (writing)  —Chapters—  0:00 — Intro 4:55 — Dr. Peterson enters the stage 8:00 — Perception, Cognitive Science, and the problem of bodyless AI  11:30 — The visual cliff experiment & perceiving the world 18:30 — The awe of infinity & complexity of the Heavens  21:00 — Awe, imitation, & why humans celebrate 28:00 — The role of sacrifice & delaying gratification 32:00 — Egyptian gods & ancient symbolism 36:00 — Pyramids vs. mountains in The Bible 44:00 — The cost of not aiming properly  52:30 — Bottom-up vs. top-down conceptualizations of the world 57:00 — Sam Harris 1:05:00 — Why the Diversity, Inclusivity, and Equity types are taking on STEM  1:10:00 — Is it possible to create values from scratch? Nietzsche, Freud, & Jung 1:16:00 — Why go to church? 1:22:00 — Q&A #Perception #BeyondOrder #JonathanPageau #Symbolism #Values #SamHarris Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 32. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 9 - Chapter 4A

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 33:38


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. Part 9 is on evil and political realism - it goes into the question of why is there evil in the world and its relation to politics. Politics in one sense has to be concerned with the realities of evil, yet it cannot provide the explanation or remedy for it in all its forms. To think rightly about evil we have to think rightly about God   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 31. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 8 - Chapter 3B

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 49:38


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. "Modernity has produced regimes that were better than others.  It has also produced the worst regimes in history.  It has not produced any best regime."   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Classical Stuff You Should Know
201: On the Genealogy of Morality

Classical Stuff You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 64:56


In this episode, we discuss Nietzsche's work, "On the Genealogy of Morality," in which he discusses the history of morality through tracing the words used to describe it. We also talk about a recent film that's pretty good, and poor poor Leopardi again. Join us!

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 30. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 7 - Chapter 3A

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 43:01


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. Chapter 3 is on modernity. This is the expression used for modern political thought, its understanding and its nature. Basically, modernity it the effort to explain reality by a politics based on will in which nature and reason are removed as the basic tools to understand political things.   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Thinking With... A Rhetorical Theory Podcast
S3 EP 9 - What Counts as Philosophy

Thinking With... A Rhetorical Theory Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 47:54


0:00-16:00 as thinkers of movement, why don't Hegel and Heidegger use the term, “becoming”? Heidegger's celebrating of ancient Greek thought the duality of “Being” and “being” the performative undercurrent of representational thinking 16:00-29:00 H's fetishizing and essentializing of Greek thinking essence for Heidegger vs. essence for Nietzsche trying to think the problematic of representationalism H's seeming obsession with origins vs. Nietzsche's disinterest in origins 29:00-41:00 what counts as philosophy for Heidegger the ambiguity and fundamentality of the “Being” vs. “being” dualism how the opposition functions in Heidegger 41:00-end H's emphasis on the verb (as a constitutive linguistic-ontological element) H's weird example of “blossoming” the simultaneity of difference and identity

It is Discernable®
Gabriel Finochio - Deep Dive Into Christianity

It is Discernable®

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 91:07


Gabriel Finochio is a Christian Bible teacher and founder of Theos University - the Netflix of Biblical study. More importantly, he is bringing hope to the world as the founder of multiple meme pages such as @wokejesuschrist that take aim at the decline of western culture as it embraces relativism, post-modernism, wokeism and deconstructionism. In this conversation we covered: The demise of western churches The step of faith for Christianity to work Christianity as a psychedelic practice Self-evident truth (Romans 1) vs transcendental revelation Original sin, actual sin and the cycle of trying to stop sin Salvation for the sinless? Foucault, Nietzsche and the 'insane asylum' of power Pride Month - it's not about sexuality Irrational slogans and body mutilation 'What is a woman?' The sin of Satan The greatest 2 sins of all The purpose of hell Thinking your way through religion Innovative Theology Hillsong - disembodied faith C3 'miracle offerings' The Christian response to authoritarian governments (Romans 13) The morality of vaccine mandates Christians breaking laws Watch the full interview at: https://discernable.io/deep-dive-into-christianity-with-gabriel-finochio ------------------------------------- DISCERNABLE The Video Archive: https://discernable.io Prefer audio? Search for 'It Is Discernable' on Spotify and Apple Podcasts Join our Private Community: https://discernable.locals.com Purchase tickets (and replays) to our Town Halls: https://discernable.io/townhall GABRIEL FINOCHIO https://www.theosu.ca https://www.instagram.com/wokejesuschrist https://www.instagram.com/theosu_memes https://www.instagram.com/gabrielfinochio2.0

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 29. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 6 - Chapter 2B

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 32:56


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. "Modernity in its autonomous sense sought to eliminate the question of God by solving the question of politics. Medieval political philosophy at its best sought to solve the question of God and thereby found a solution to the question of politics. 'Seek ye first the kingdom of God and all these things will be added to you.'"   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Forging Ploughshares
Christus Victor as Defeat of False Identity

Forging Ploughshares

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 71:07


Jim, Matt, David, Janice, Rob, Ray, and Paul discuss how Anselm's shift to rationalism changed the register of theological discussion to abstractions surrounding identity (Descartes, Kant, Hegel, Nietzsche) which develop in modernity, giving rise to the delusion of a self-grounding reason and identity; the false notion Christ defeats. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.

FUTURES Podcast
We Have Always Been Cyborgs w/ Stefan Lorenz Sorgner

FUTURES Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 83:37


Metahumanist philosopher Stefan Lorenz Sorgner shares his thoughts on the debates surrounding contemporary transhumanism, the possibility of immortality achieved through mind-uploading, and the ethical issues associated with gene editing, digital data collection, and life extension. Prof. Stefan Lorenz Sorgner teaches philosophy at John Cabot University in Rome, whereby he particularly promotes the emerging field of posthuman studies. He is also Director and Co-founder of the Beyond Humanism Network, Fellow at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (IEET), Research Fellow at the Ewha Institute for the Humanities at Ewha Womans University in Seoul, and Visting Fellow at the Ethics Centre of the Friedrich-Schiller-University in Jena, where he was also Visiting Prof. during the summer of 2016. He studied philosophy at King's College/University of London (BA), the University of Durham (MA by thesis; examiners: David E. Cooper, Durham ; David Owen, Southampton), the University of Giessen and the University of Jena (Dr. phil.; examiners: Wolfgang Welsch, Jena; Gianni Vattimo, Turin). In recent years, he taught at the Universities of Jena (Germany), Erfurt (Germany), Klagenfurt (Austria) Ewha Womans University in Seoul (South Korea) and Erlangen-Nürnberg (Germany). His main fields of research are Nietzsche, the philosophy of music, bioethics and meta-, post- and transhumanism. Find out more: futurespodcast.net CREDITS Produced by FUTURES Podcast Recorded, Mixed & Edited by Luke Robert Mason FOLLOW Twitter: twitter.com/futurespodcast Facebook: facebook.com/futurespodcast Instagram: instagram.com/futurespodcast

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 28. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 5 - Chapter 2A

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 41:45


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. Chapter 2 on the sequence of political philosophy is a brief attempt to give the background of classical, medieval and modern political political philosophy. It seeks to give some insight into each of the periods and the unity that belongs to understanding a limited political system.   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org  

Banned Books
255: Parables of Kafka & Nietzsche

Banned Books

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 150:14


Gatekeepers & Madmen. We read and discuss two parables, by Franz Kafka and Friedrich Nietzsche. What happens when people don't have a preacher sent by the Holy Spirit to declare forgiveness? Without the Gospel, where does the law end? — SHOW NOTES: Before the Law by Franz Kafka https://www.kafka-online.info/before-the-law.html  Friedrich Nietzsche, The Parable of the Madman (1882) http://historyguide.org/europe/madman.html  208a: Nietzsche - Human history is built upon sacrifice https://www.1517.org/podcasts/banned-books/208a-nietzsche  208b: Nietzsche - Seeing the alternative between Dionysus and the “Crucified” https://www.1517.org/podcasts/banned-books/208b-nietzsche  The Trial (1962) Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_7weUR0oMY  Young Men and Fire - Norman McLane Steven Hazard - Media = Message: Tower of Babel, Top Floor, 1984 https://www.dia.org/art/collection/object/media-message-tower-babel-top-floor-66531  Eucharist and Church Fellowship in the First Four Centuries https://amzn.to/3aUzKFw  SERGIO & RHODA IN ISRAEL https://snrisrael.com/  Parables of Kingdom, Grace, and Judgment Nick Cave - The Red Hand Files https://www.theredhandfiles.com/in-your-opinion-what-is-god/  The Trial (1962) https://www.justwatch.com/us/movie/the-trial-1962  Media=Message: Tower of Babel, Top Floor https://www.dia.org/art/collection/object/media-message-tower-babel-top-floor-66531  SUPPORT 1517 Podcast Network https://www.1517.org/podcasts/ Support the work of 1517 http://1517.org/give Warrior Priest Gym & Podcast https://thewarriorpriestpodcast.wordpress.com St John's Lutheran Church (Webster, MN) - FB Live Bible Study Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/356667039608511 Gillespie's Sermons and Catechesis: https://anchor.fm/stjohnrandomlake Gillespie Coffee https://gillespie.coffee Gillespie Media https://gillespie.media The Banned Pastors https://t.me/bannedpastors CONTACT and FOLLOW BannedBooks@1517.org Facebook Twitter SUBSCRIBE YouTube Rumble Odysee Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Overcast Google Play TuneIn Radio iHeartRadio

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 27. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 4 - Chapter 1B

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 39:42


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. Section two of the first chapter deals with the place of political philosophy in the city, how truth and the city relate and the relation of the best regime to existing regimes   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 26. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Part 3 - Chapter 1A

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 29:25


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. Chapter ​​One is on the Intellectual Horizons of Political Philosophy. It recognizes both the unique of political philosophy, how it relates to political science, and how it relates to philosophy itself and ultimately to revelation.   For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org

Millerman Talks
Nietzsche's Zarathustra on Eternal Return

Millerman Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 5:34


This is about "On the Riddle and the Vision" from Part III of Thus Spoke Zarathustra. Get my whole course on Nietzsche's great book at https://millerman.teachable.com/p/subscribe

Catholic Thinkers
Political Philosophy by Fr. Schall: 25. At the Limits of Political Philosophy Par 2 - Introduction

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 42:45


This course was recorded in 2015 in an informal setting by Fr. Schall himself. The Introduction of ALPP gives an overview of the book and its way of approaching political philosophy, both to its limits and to why and how it is open to more than itself.    For over 35 years, Fr. James Schall taught Political Philosophy at Georgetown University, where he was legendary among generations of students.  If you want an experience of what those students enjoyed, this course is the place to begin.  Fr. Schall starts with Aristotle's Ethics and Politics and then, with wisdom and wit, guides his listeners through the thought of the great Roman statesman Cicero, the French Catholic philosopher Yves Simon, the Old and New Testaments, the political thought of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas on Law, Machiavelli, politics in the plays of Shakespeare, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Nietzsche, and finally, Plato's masterwork, the Republic.  It is a historical and intellectual tour de force in 60 lectures.  What generations of students had to pay thousands of dollars in tuition to hear, you can now have in recorded lectures to listen to over and over again.  In preserving the lectures of Fr. Schall, we at the Catholic International University feel that we are fulfilling the mission set by our founder Ralph McInerny:  to make the best Catholic lectures available as widely as possible to the public. Please don't miss this opportunity to engage in one of the greatest intellectual journeys you'll ever take with one of this generation's wisest guides. catholicthinkers.org