Tech & Death | Learning in Public 27

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.  Direct YouTube Link or listen in audio-only podcast form on Spreaker.     Our seed topic was trends in tech indicating a denial of death and mortality in our culture… and we certainly spoke much about that, as well confronting death, health and harmonious living.   ~ Please see the growing collection of Learning in Public episodes and … Continue reading Tech & Death | Learning in Public 27

The ’50s, ’60s, Societal Changes & Cycles | with Loralee | Learning In Public 25

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.    Direct YouTube Link   Loralee Scaife returns, incidentally on the spring equinox. Our seed topic is her experiences growing up during the 1950s and 1960s. Many rightly see the degeneracy of today but then go on to simply glorify the 1950s while vilifying the 1960s. We will, as always, take both a more nuanced … Continue reading The ’50s, ’60s, Societal Changes & Cycles | with Loralee | Learning In Public 25

Don’t Download Your Consciousness Onto a Hard Drive | CLIPS

Watch the embedded video below. Works on most browsers.  Direct Odysee Link Direct BitChute Link Direct YouTube Link Direct Instagram Link   I describe a wider view of what I mean by “The Great Order” and how transhumanist notions can be grossly imbalanced, out of harmony with the cosmos, and thus anti-human and anti-life.   ~ From Learning in Public episode 21, February 13th, … Continue reading Don’t Download Your Consciousness Onto a Hard Drive | CLIPS

Real Love | CLIPS

Watch the embedded video below. Works on most browsers.  Direct YouTube Link Direct Odysee Link Direct BitChute Link Direct Instagram Link     In today’s mechanistic age, some of us feel the lack of a complete, holistic understanding of the phenomena of life, chief among them our experience of and conception of love– in both its personal and cosmic implications. Our guest, Michael Michailidis, … Continue reading Real Love | CLIPS

Eros & the Return of the Ancient Order w/ Michael Michailidis | Learning In Public 23

  Watch the embedded video below. Works on most browsers.  Direct YouTube Link   Michael Michailidis from the channel, Ancient Greece Revisited, joins us. Our shared interests include modern liberal democratic states eschewing the development of virtue in their citizenry, eros as the drive for harmony, holistic thinking, natural political orders, myth/narrative and more…   Approximate Time Markers for Discussion Topics:   7:00 Intro  … Continue reading Eros & the Return of the Ancient Order w/ Michael Michailidis | Learning In Public 23

Party On | Semiogogue | Karl Thornburn | Ecce Lux | ILNS

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.  Direct YouTube Link Direct Odysee Link (Forthcoming)   We continued with another It’s Late Night Somewhere stream to celebrate the three year anniversary of TAP, this time on my channel. Semiogogue, Ecce Lux, and Karl Thorburn joined for what was an extremely late night conversation.     Approximate Time Stamps:   9:00 “Boomer” meme   … Continue reading Party On | Semiogogue | Karl Thornburn | Ecce Lux | ILNS

Narrating a New World Into Being | Ecce Lux | Learning In Public 22

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers. Direct YouTube Link   Starts at 3:44 Storytelling and narrative, on personal and societal levels, are the grounds on which the West was demoralized, and likewise the grounds on which it can be rejuvenated.   Ecce Lux joins as our guest to share his thoughts on myths, ideals and symbols–old, new, and perpetual.   Approximate Time … Continue reading Narrating a New World Into Being | Ecce Lux | Learning In Public 22

Reasserting Our Humanity in the Age of Scientism | Learning in Public 21

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.  Direct Odysee Link Direct YouTube Link   Begins at 6:43 time stamp, as we put up an initial standby graphic when going live in order to let the live viewers receive notifications on their social media accounts.   This episode’s discussion was seeded by the following themes: Any humanism that denies man’s capacity for transcendence … Continue reading Reasserting Our Humanity in the Age of Scientism | Learning in Public 21