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Best Freewill podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Freewill podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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David Edmonds (Uehiro Centre, Oxford University) and Nigel Warburton (freelance philosopher/writer) interview top philosophers on a wide range of topics. Two books based on the series have been published by Oxford University Press. We are currently self-funding - donations very welcome via our website http://www.philosophybites.com
 
We've trapped two philosophers in deep space for your amusement. To stave off space madness, they're beaming back podcasts where they overanalyze science fiction to mine it for delicious philosophical concepts. Tune in to our fun little experiment, with samplings from Black Mirror, Star Trek, Rick and Morty, and many more! Live long and philosopher.
 
Elenchus project I, _______ “Watch your thoughts, they become words; watch your words, they become actions; watch your actions, they become habits; ... Watch your habits, for your habits become character, watch your character, for it becomes destiny.” - Frank outlaw Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bloodlogic/support
 
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Well, as a result of our near pitch black psychopasses, we've both been pressed into service by the AI sovereign to continue to talk about free will for all eternity. We got some great questions from folks about the relationship between free will and the justice system that pair nicely with the virtue ethics version of Minority Report. Dennett on F…
 
The epic longnwalkin continues with Anthem part two! We cross Arbre and 120 years of philosophical history at the same time. I do my best to explain how philosophy got really obsessed with language for a few decades in the early 1900's and now philosophy is healing. Arbre seems to have never escaped the linguistic turn and that fact explains so muc…
 
This episode is packed with answers in Genesis—but, believe it or not, when we say “Genesis” we’re not talking about the band that’s been fronted by Phil Collins since the early 1970s. The focus of this week’s episode is the other Genesis, the one at the top of the table of contents in your Bible. Some Christians feel certain that the cosmos was cr…
 
Fear and Love are to core drivers to boundaries. Fear causing us to run from negative consequences and love driving us towards positive relationship and outcomes. One without the other produces toxic relationships. Love or fear directed in the wrong manner produces unhealthy patterns and cycles. Fear negative results drives us from wrong doing--but…
 
Rights, Entitlements . . . and boundaries? And how our conflation of these terms are creating a toxic environment. Rights and Entitlements, strangely enough we are going to tie this into our interpersonal lives with boundaries and how most of the things I read about “boundaries” are really entitlements masquerading as rights. What is the difference…
 
Pod-Apert has finally arrived! Throw open the doors of the RSS feed and let some causal wisdom trickle down the wick. We're doing a three part journey though Neal Stephenson's Anathem, and we're joined by the Grandfraa Jad to my Fraa Erasmus, Noah Lugeons! This is by far the most requested pairing of material and guest we've ever had, and there's n…
 
The devil, the blues, and The Jackson 5 are the stars of this week's episode of Three Chords and the Truth: The Apologetics Podcast. Lisa V. Fields—popular apologetics speaker and founder of the Jude 3 Project—joins Timothy to discuss a recent apologetics curriculum from Jude 3 Project. Along the way, Lisa reveals her longstanding longing to sing M…
 
Words matter. The meaning of our words matter. And understanding their meaning is critical to understanding our world and acting within it. In this episode we discuss justice and how it contrasts with what has come to be referred to as "Social Justice". We define the meaning of Justice, Mercy, Grace, and Judgement and "Social Justice" as defined by…
 
Many have been asking why FreeThinking Ministries has taken a detour from discussing things like free will, God's sovereignty, and arguments for the existence of God, to constantly discussing racism, critical theory, and Marxism. Stratton, Fox, and Olson discuss this question and answer it! Make sure to tune in, subscribe, smash that like button, a…
 
Many have been asking why FreeThinking Ministries has taken a detour from discussing things like free will, God's sovereignty, and arguments for the existence of God, to constantly discussing racism, critical theory, and Marxism. Stratton, Fox, and Olson discuss this question and answer it! Make sure to tune in, subscribe, smash that like button, a…
 
Many have been asking why FreeThinking Ministries has taken a detour from discussing things like free will, God's sovereignty, and arguments for the existence of God, to constantly discussing racism, critical theory, and Marxism. Stratton, Fox, and Olson discuss this question and answer it! Make sure to tune in, subscribe, smash that like button, a…
 
The nuclear family is under attack maybe more than every before in history—Today we discuss why some are working to erode family values, and why we must defend it . . . In this episode we talk about: How to escape poverty Role and strength of the Nuclear Family Why Black Lives Matter as a movement is dangerous Why we must discern truth NOT just pus…
 
During the Chinese Cultural Revolution Totalitarian control was carried forth by undermining traditional morality, the family unit and public displays of violence through struggle session to strike terror into the hearts of the people because if you could strike terror in the hearts of men and women—you could control society. If you remember a coup…
 
Tim Stratton recently wrote an article affirming peaceful protests but condemning violent and sinful riots in the wake of George Floyd's death. The response from some aspiring Christian theologians was shocking. The FreeThinking team discusses this topic and more on this episode. Relevant Links: https://freethinkingministries.com/an-open-letter-to-…
 
So, apparently no matter what timeline we're in, I'm always going to end up in a debate about free will. At least this is a good one! Thomas brought some great short stories to the party and we continue to hash out what of Dennett's compatibilism is valuable and where does it fall short. After you listen make sure to submit questions for our last e…
 
Tim Stratton recently wrote an article affirming peaceful protests but condemning violent and sinful riots in the wake of George Floyd's death. The response from some aspiring Christian theologians was shocking. The FreeThinking team discusses this topic and more on this episode. Relevant Links: https://freethinkingministries.com/an-open-letter-to-…
 
Tim Stratton recently wrote an article affirming peaceful protests but condemning violent and sinful riots in the wake of George Floyd's death. The response from some aspiring Christian theologians was shocking. The FreeThinking team discusses this topic and more on this episode. Relevant Links: https://freethinkingministries.com/an-open-letter-to-…
 
French Revolution began 150 years of chaos, war, bloodshed, revolution…. Each movement being eaten by the next… France in the 1789 had LOTS of problems: high tax on poor, Rich, oppression etc. CLEARLY in need of Revolution. America had just gone through their own revolution. But the ideal of these two revolutions were VERY different. In America, th…
 
Adam Coleman, Timothy Fox, and Tim Stratton discuss George Floyd, "bad cops," racism, riots, justice, and Jesus! Ultimately, we discuss what grounds equal rights for ALL humans and provide some ideas on how to make things right. Relevant Links: https://freethinkingministries.com/if-you-think-racism-is-wrong-you-should-be-a-christian/…
 
Adam Coleman, Timothy Fox, and Tim Stratton discuss George Floyd, "bad cops," racism, riots, justice, and Jesus! Ultimately, we discuss what grounds equal rights for ALL humans and provide some ideas on how to make things right. Relevant Links: https://freethinkingministries.com/if-you-think-racism-is-wrong-you-should-be-a-christian/…
 
There are six traits of totalitarian cults: 1) Control of the environment 2) A system of rewards and punishments 3) Creating a sense of powerlessness 4) Fear and dependency 5) Reforming the follower’s behavior and attitudes 6) Closed system of logic. These were described by Margaret Singer’s Cults in Our Midst (1996). In 1952, Asch wrote: ‘The grea…
 
Adam Coleman, Timothy Fox, and Tim Stratton discuss George Floyd, "bad cops," racism, riots, justice, and Jesus! Ultimately, we discuss what grounds equal rights for ALL humans and provide some ideas on how to make things right. Relevant Links: https://freethinkingministries.com/if-you-think-racism-is-wrong-you-should-be-a-christian/…
 
Turns out Thomas has a bit of a free will monkey on his back, so we're going the full Dune on Daniel Dennett's compatibilism. We started out with Devs and the paradox of predictability and now we're on to a short story about predictors and what they might mean for our sense of meaning and purpose. We're going to follow up with another short story f…
 
Adam Coleman, Timothy Fox, and Tim Stratton discuss George Floyd, "bad cops," racism, riots, justice, and Jesus! Ultimately, we discuss what grounds equal rights for ALL humans and provide some ideas on how to make things right. Relevant Links: https://freethinkingministries.com/if-you-think-racism-is-wrong-you-should-be-a-christian/…
 
For this special episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast (produced under lockdown) Nigel Warburton interviews David Edmonds about his bestselling book, written with David Edinow, Wittgenstein's Poker. It focuses on a heated argument between the two great Viennese philosophers Karl Popper and Ludwig Wittgenstein, and the differing accounts that were…
 
In this episode, I break down some of my thoughts from a previous episode with Dr Egnor (E153). If you see a group movement or state that denies the individual's though, variety of opinion, agency and replaces it with group identity, social constructionism, and uses fear based terror based tactics such as cancel culture, intimidation, isolation, an…
 
Welcome to Amazon Prime, the best media empire money can buy as long as we're not talking Disney or Netflix money. Here in Amazon Prime you can enjoy shows that are either too slow and deep to be accessible, like Tales from the Loop, or shows too shallow and mainstream to convey any meaning, like this weeks installment, Uploaded! Uploaded is the ki…
 
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