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A critical, historical survey of the development of the main schools of philosophy and the principal developments in Christian doctrine and thought. After a brief introduction to philosophical thinking, the course concentrates on philosophical movements from Heraclitus to contemporary existentialism. Each school of thought is evaluated from a distinctively Reformed perspective.
 
Spanning the timeframe from centuries before Christ to the present day, Dr. John M. Frame explores the intersection between philosophical and Christian theological reflections in the ancient Greeks, early Christian Fathers, Medieval Christianity, the Reformation, the Enlightenment, and post-Enlightment periods. This course will guide the listener through the thoughts and writings of major philosophical and theological thinkers, enabling the student to become more conversant with what has dev ...
 
In this ten-lecture course sponsored by Steve Berger and Kenneth Garschina, intellectual historian David Gordon guides students through a survey of the greatest thinkers, and evaluates these scholars by their arguments for and against the idea of Liberty.Download the complete audio of this event (ZIP) here.
 
Associate Professor of Philosophy Dr. Court Lewis and Associate Professor of History Matt Alschbach discuss the history and philosophy of your favorite rock and metal acts of the last 50+ years. A fun, insightful, and always illuminating look at an often misunderstood genre of music.
 
The introduction to Hegel’s lectures on the philosophy of world history is often used to introduce students to Hegel’s philosophy, in part because Hegel’s sometimes difficult style is muted in the lectures, and he discourses on accessible themes such as world events in order to explain his philosophy. Much of the work is spent defining and characterizing Geist or spirit. Geist is similar to the culture of people, and is constantly reworking itself to keep up with the changes of society, whil ...
 
Echoes of India is the story of India like you've never heard it before. Host Anirudh Kanisetti takes you on a journey through its wonders, from the Greek art of Afghanistan to the to the thriving ports of Tamil Nadu. Along the way, monks debate, queens boast, and armies roar. From philosophy to politics to economics, the past comes back to life - noisy, breathing, as thriving as the Indian subcontinent is today.
 
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Kansas have always been an enigmatic band -- Are the classic rock or prog rock? Are they Americana or a Christian band? Are they rock or pop? For this 6-piece band success came early, and as we saw so often in the 70s, that success led to tumult, substance abuse, excess and division. For founding members Kerry Livgren and Dave Hope, it meant turnin…
 
In this episode, we enter the age of classical structuralism by exploring the phonological research of Roman Jakobson and his colleague Nikolai Trubetzkoy undertaken within the Prague Linguistic Circle. Download | Spotify | Apple Podcasts References for Episode 15 Primary Sources Baudouin de Courtenay, Jan (1877), ‘Podrobnaja progamma lekcij . . . …
 
In this episode Steve Rathje, social psychologist specializing in social media and political polarization, explains to us why we are prone to conspiratorial thinking, and how we got into the state we find ourselves in Western societies. Virality, engagement, fake news, motivated reasoning, negativity bias, and much more are covered the way only Ste…
 
On the 1-year anniversary of the Rock and Metal Profs, Court and Matt discuss the one-and-only Iron Maiden and their catalog from 1990 to the present. Everybody loves classic Iron Maiden from the 1980s, but what about their later work? The Profs discuss the challenges the band faced in the 90s with changing tastes in music, a changing industry, and…
 
Welcome to Season 2! This episode is on the original atomists, Leucippus and Democritus, and their original atomic theory from way back in the 5th century BCE. I discuss the nature of the void and ancient atoms, how they relate to the matter we can also sense, and how this theory relates to some of the work discussed earlier in the podcast (especia…
 
On this episode of the the Rock and Metal Profs, Matt invites writer, editor and music aficionado Tommy Ellis on the program to discuss the best Rockumentaries! Tommy Ellis is best known for his work editing and producing NEWS4U, a regional music, arts and entertainment magazine serving parts of Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. Tommy's love of music…
 
In this episode I speak to Professor Jan Bremer about human sacrifice. We touch on Greek, Roman, Maya, Indian, Aztec, Druid, Egyptian, Chinese, and other instantiations of this most intentionally terrifying of all practices. Who were the victims? How common was it? What motivated it? The answers, from Prof. Bremer, were suprising. I will not say he…
 
An interview with Michael Dawson, who explains Marcus Garvey's black nationalism and how this and other political ideologies, like socialism and liberalism, have fared from the time of Garvey down to the present day.Peter Adamson, Jonardon Ganeri, Chike Jeffers による
 
It was only a matter of time before the Profs went back to take a 2nd look at Ronnie James Dio, one of the greatest vocalists in the history of rock and metal. His iconic voice, brilliant song-writing, soaring harmonies and unique style and charisma on stage set him apart from everyone in the genre. Few attempted to emulate him, because it was near…
 
Hello again! It's been a while (sorry!), but I am finally back to producing podcast episodes and will start releasing them in a couple of weeks. This short announcement will have a bit more information about the (seasonal) release schedule for Season 2 and my exciting news about school next year :D
 
On this episode of The Rock and Metal Profs, Court and Matt take a close look at AC/DC during the Brian Johnson Era. After the tragic and untimely death of Bon Scott, the band was at a crossroads; "Highway to Hell" was a smash success, and their star was rising internationally. Without missing a beat, they brought in Brit vocalist and ex-Geordie fr…
 
Conclusion (at last) of a three-part episode on the ways our perceptions and processing distort reality. For the stalwart (and patient) seekers of knowledge only. 0:00 Groupthink 6:13 Halo Effect 10:41 Just World Fallacy 17:21 Negativity Bias 22:16 Optimism and Pessimism Bias 27:19 Reactance 31:44 Self-Serving Bias 34:41 Sunk Cost Fallacy 39:40 The…
 
Today I begin a pedantic journey into the tragicomic ways our perceptions and judgments are altered and distorted by our own cognitive processes -- goofy, heartbreaking, and humorous all at once, Index of topics included: 0:00 Intro 04:52 Anchoring Bias 08:59 Availability Heuristic 13:25 Backfire Effect 16:05 Barnum Effect 19:45 Belief Bias 23:06 B…
 
Happy 25th episode! The profs take on gritty Australian rock pioneers AC/DC in the 1970s! When AC/DC formed in late-1973, they were an unlikely act to break big -- Australia was considered a backwater for the British and American music industry, the booming punk scene, and their loud, uncompromising sound wasn't exactly what record execs were looki…
 
In which we continue to Dumbest things in history series by looking at some of the glitches in us that make them possible. And also that they are not the result of our lizard brain, because we don't have one. In this episode, we cover conspiracy thinking and theories and the apophenia that makes them possible, including pareidolia, the gambler's fa…
 
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