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Island ReCast

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Island ReCast

Graham Memorial Presbyterian Church

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Island ReCast is a weekly Bible lesson developed and delivered live with warmth and humor as a Sunday sermon by Reverend Dr. David H. McElrath, pastor of Graham Memorial Presbyterian Church, known as the friendliest church in the resort village of Coronado, California. In each Island ReCast episode, Pastor David explores and clarifies New & Old Testament Scriptures before providing practical application of biblical wisdom to real-life situations in contemporary American culture. Subscribe to ...
 
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Research Recast(ed)

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Research Recast(ed)

Office of Research Services

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Join hosts Brittany Ekelund and Dylan Cave as they explore the scholarly and creative activities happening at MacEwan University with a focus on how faculty influence and/or incorporate students, teaching and the larger community into their projects. Each episode, Brittany and Dylan are joined by a MacEwan faculty member to dive into their scholarly projects and bring them to life. Covering topics from theatre, community-based research and advocacy to mental health, neuroscience and everythi ...
 
Sailor and Kane review and recast classic movies with today's actors. We are not advocating for these movies to be remade but simply discussing movies we love with actors and directors we want to talk about so more people can discover them.
 
We live in a very different world today where opportunities and challenges come in different forms, shapes, and sizes. Technology has contributed actively to this where attention is the new currency and content is a whole new asset class for organizations. To dig deep into it, Saurabh Sardana is launching a podcast where he will bring you untold stories, hot trends, and perspectives from people who matter the most. Saurabh, Chief Operating Officer at Asia's most successful insights business, ...
 
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Cory sets us on a crash course to 1996, but it seems we're being hunted. In defense, we do the only thing we know to do...build a team of actors to be the prey of our hunter! Will our new 1996 cast be bulky heavy hitters, or made up of everyman action heroes? Who is this Predator? And who is falling in love with whom? Enter the jungle and find out!…
 
Today, we follow up on the Edmonton Queer History project with Dr. Kris Wells, Dr. Michelle Lavoie and Darrin Hagen. We talk about the reception and expansion of the project, and we learn about what is next. If you would like to listen to Darrin’s podcast, From Here to Queer, please follow the link. You can also find some pictures from today’s epis…
 
[edit recast settings] Is free market fairness an oxymoron? John Tomasi, author of Free Market Fairness, argues that economic freedom and social justice are compatible. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast he explains his position in conversation with Nigel Warburton. Philosophy Bites is made in association with the Institute of Philosop…
 
[edit recast settings] How should health resources be distributed? Jonathan Wolff discusses this and related questions in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. This episode was originally released on Bioethics Bites in association with the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics and made possible by a grant from the Wellcome Trust.…
 
[edit recast settings] Should morality be immune from luck? It seems so. Yet outcomes beyond participants' control seem to affect our judgements of culpability. Fiery Cushman, a psychologist in the area of experimental philosophy (x-phi), has been investigating the phenomenon of moral luck and our apparently conflicting judgements about culpability…
 
On this episode, Tanner has challenged us to bring a classic sci-if classic to the present! We’ll be recasting the 1973 dystopian classic, Soylent Green, in the year it was set, 2022! Will we ruin movies we haven’t even seen yet? Did they get 2022 fashion right? And how does Charlton Heston keep getting these roles? Hit play to find out! Thanks for…
 
[edit recast settings] Trust is crucial in areas of medicine and health. But what sort of explicit consent should doctors obtain before medical treatment? Onora O'Neill discusses the place of trust in areas of bioethics with Nigel Warburton in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast (originally on Bioethics Bites, a series made in association …
 
Today we got to dive back into the wide world of cinema with our Episode 15 guest, Dr. Josh Toth. We will explore an interesting approach to hospitality as we get all the spoilers on Francis Ford Coppola’s vampire movie - Twixt. And of course - we get reactions on the new Matrix movie too!
 
[edit recast settings] Some recent research in neuroscience seems to point to the conclusion that free will is an illusion. That's certainly the conclusion that some have drawn. But Adina Roskies is sceptical. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast she explains to David Edmonds why she thinks that that conclusion isn't supported by the fac…
 
[edit recast settings] Are we systematically biases against changing the status quo? It seems that we are. In this interview, originally released as part of the Bioethics Bites series, Nick Bostrom discusses this tendency and its implications when it comes to making decisions about cognitive enhancement. Bioethics Bites is made in association with …
 
Drink up me hearties, yo ho! Whatever that means… This week we chase the horizon all the way back to 1983 to recast Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl. Can we find a suitable 80’s replacement to fill Jack Sparrow’s tricorn hat? Can Tanner stand up to Cory, a real life Jack Sparrow, in an A-list ridden blockbuster franchise taken bac…
 
[edit recast settings] Could everything that exists have experiences? Is there something that it is like to be an electron? This sounds unlikey on first hearing, but in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Galen Strawson argues in conversation with Nigel Warburton, that panpsychism is the best explanation of how things are. Philosophy Bites…
 
[edit recast settings] How should doctors, patients and family make end of life decisions? Peter Singer explores questions about euthanasia, abortion and autonomy in conversation with Nigel Warburton in this bonus episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast (originally released on Bioethics Bites). This episode was made as part of Bioethics Bites in as…
 
[edit recast settings] What is republicanism? In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Philip Pettit outlines the key features of this important strand in political philosophy, one which has a continuing relevance today. Philosophy Bites is made in association with the Institute of Philosophy.…
 
On this episode, we take one of the 80s quintessential Tough Guy movies, 1989's Road House, and drop it a decade later in one of cinema's most prestigious years, 1999! Has the Quantum Crew bitten off more than they can chew, or will they be able to find a cast worthy of the Swayze cult classic? Hit play to find out! Thanks for listening! If you fee…
 
[edit recast settings] Disagreement about moral status is at the heart of many issues in practical ethics. In this bonus episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast (originally released on Bioethics Bites) Jeff McMahan, in conversation with Nigel Warburton, explores some of the questions surrounding the status of a human foetus, non-human animals, and …
 
Today we recap episode 2 with Dr. Isabelle Sperano and Robert Andruchow, where we catch up on the educational video game, Life on the Edge, and follow up on how things have been going with the City of Edmonton. You can learn more about the design program at Macewan.ca/dxd. You can get a refresher on this project by listening to episode 2 of Researc…
 
[edit recast settings] What is the point of studying philosophy's past? Is it just to learn about the history of ideas? Is there something special about the history of philosophy that makes it different from the history of other subjects? Adrian Moore, author of a new book on the history of philosophy, The Evolution of Modern Metaphysics, discusses…
 
[edit recast settings] Is it ethical to select advantageous genes and select against disadvantageous genes when having babies? Julian Savulescu, Director of the Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics in Oxford, discusses this question with Nigel Warburton. This bonus episode was originally made for Bioethics Bites in association with the Uehiro Centre …
 
Today we are following up with our very first podcast guests, Dr. Cynthia Puddu and Cheyenne Greyeyes, as we learn about how their work with NiGiNan Housing Ventures is coming along, and how things are going at the Omamoo Wango Gamik pilot project. Please follow up with our conversation around Carola Cunningham by watching this webinar on Omamoo Wa…
 
[edit recast settings] Do recent discoveries in neuroscience threaten the notion of moral responsibility? Could we have moral responsibility without full consciousness of the significance of our actions? Neil Levy discusses these questions in conversation with Nigel Warburton for this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. Philosophy Bites is mad…
 
Grab your closest friends and a sack lunch for this episode, as we hike back to 1986, and move the Stephen King coming of age film, Stand By Me, forward to 2006! Will Nick and Cory be able to find a cast of kids worthy to make the two day trip? And why is Tanner speaking in 50s slang? Hit play to find out! Thanks for listening! If you feel like sup…
 
[edit recast settings] Is liberty compatible with equality? Many philosophers think it can't be, and that pluralism is the correct response. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Ronald Dworkin argues that there is a fundamental unity of value. Philosophy Bites is made in association with the Institute of Philosophy.…
 
[edit recast settings] J. L. Austin, who died in 1960, was an immensely influential philosopher whose method involved precise scrutiny of ordinary language: the precise words, the contexts in which they were uttered, and what people were doing by uttering them. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Guy Longworth discusses the key features…
 
[edit recast settings] Jeremy Bentham, legal reformer and philosopher, was an early Utilitarian. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Nigel Warburton interviews Bentham scholar and head of the Bentham Project, Philip Schofield about Bentham's contribution to moral philosophy. Philosophy Bites is made in association with the Institute of …
 
On this Dino-mite episode, we take Spielberg’s game-changing blockbuster and take it twenty years into the past, for a retro-fication in 1973! Will we find a cast worthy of this epic adventure, and will we ever understand Cory’s disdain for all things dinosaur? Hit play to find out! Thanks for listening! If you feel like supporting us, you can do t…
 
[edit recast settings] What is criminal responsibility? Is it a timeless concept, or does it have a historical aspect? Nicola Lacey addresses these questions in conversation with Nigel Warburton in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. Philosophy Bites is made in association with the Institute of Philosophy.…
 
[edit recast settings] Some atheists despise religion and ridicule it as absurd. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Alain de Botton, author of Religion for Atheists, takes a more pragmatic line, arguing that atheists can learn a great deal from religion. Philosophy Bites is made in association with the Institute of Philosophy.…
 
Grab your paddles and get in the phone booth! On this episode Cory takes Dazed and Confused to his personal land of nostalgia, 1987, and leads us on a hunt…for answers. Where is Jesse? Why does Tanner take over Anime Corner? Why did the world latch on to Wooderson? Do we love Richard Linklater?! Come hang out with us to answer these burning questio…
 
[edit recast settings] Metaphysics is the philosophical study of reality. But what does that mean in pratice, and what are the limits of what it can reveal? Kit Fine addresses the question 'What is Metaphysics?' in discussion with Nigel Warburton in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. Philosophy Bites is made in association with the Insti…
 
[edit recast settings] Is there a useful distinction to be made between analytic and continental philosophy? Brian Leiter thinks not. Listen to him in conversation with Nigel Warburton in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. Philosophy Bites is made in association with the Institute of Philosophy.…
 
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