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The United States of Anxiety is a show about the unfinished business of our history, and its grip on our future. Each week, host Kai Wright invites listeners to gather for intimate conversations and deeply reported stories about the choices we’ve made as a society -- and the new choices we can imagine now. We’re learning from our past, meeting our neighbors, and sharing the joy (and the work!) of living in a plural society. Our inbox is also open for your voice memos—send them to anxiety@wny ...
 
VISIONS Now! Intends to amplify, advance and leverage an intentional voice with the media and external community. At the same time, we anticipate VISIONS Now! to also play a role in strengthening the foundation and direction for our VISIONS internal community. The roll-out will be one pre-recorded session per month moving forward. Please refer to our social media and website to access dates and details.
 
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
 
Short meditations on the complexities of care every Monday and Thursday. Brought to you by STILL LIFE, an interview-led zine by artist Hamish MacPherson that delves into the worlds of care, choreography and kink to explore pleasure, passivity and power. Get in touch if you would like to contribute. stilllifemag.org *If the title of this series is a bit provocative, it's because I'm interested in when 'self' is plural, and how care is relational. A bath bomb was made by someone somewhere.
 
A podcast that's enthusiastic about linguistics by Gretchen McCulloch (All Things Linguistic) and Lauren Gawne (Superlinguo). A weird and deep conversation about language delivered right to your ears the third Thursday of every month. Listened to all the episodes here and wish there were more? Want to talk with other people who are enthusiastic about linguistics? Get bonus episodes and access to our Discord community at www.patreon.com/lingthusiasm Shownotes and transcripts: www.lingthusiasm.com
 
The Me I Want To Be: Learning to become the best version of ourselves. The founder of Plural Growth, Sarah Galeboloke, interviews various successful individuals for us young moms to learn how to create a successful, fulfilling and balanced life. Follow us at Facebook.com/PluralGrowth or Email us at PluralGrowth@gmail.com with any questions
 
This Power to the Plurals podcast is brought to you by The Plural Association and hosted by The Stronghold System, a DID system who also self ID as Plural and founders of The Plural Association. Follow us for daily empowering positive affirmations, system check in reminders and more. The Plural Association is the first grassroots, registered nonprofit for people living with Dissociative Identity Disorder, OSDD and all other forms of Plurality & Multiplicity. For you and your system! Power to ...
 
Our main philosophy is solidarity for all gamers, regardless of platform. Do you believe in a world where the box that you play your games on should not make you a subject for criticism and harassment? Then you came to the right place. We are a weekly conversational gaming podcast among gamers of a great community! https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/gamers-plural-party-chat/id972961044?mt=2
 
Join VeggieTales and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer and co-host Skye Jethani (author, speaker, pastor) for a fast-paced and often funny conversation about pop culture, media, theology, and the fun, fun, fun of living a thoughtful Christian life in an increasingly post-Christian culture.
 
First Person Plural: Emotional Intelligence & Beyond, brought to you by Key Step Media, is a podcast about us, the systems we’re a part of, and how we create an emotionally intelligent future. Co-hosted by New York Times best-selling author, Daniel Goleman & his son, Hanuman Goleman, this show will go beyond the theory of emotional intelligence, presenting an array of stories that illuminate how emotional intelligence is being put into action. Inspiring you to lead with more mindfulness and ...
 
This is a podcast by plurals for plurals. It's for anyone who experiences many (people, parts, spirits, voices, etc.). We talk about self-help, realizations, stigma, oppression, and the podcast will be of interest to multiples, and those who have Dissociative Identity Disorder. The podcast spokesplural are The Crisses. With 30+ years of experience as someone "with many people in our head," and 20+ years of working within the plural community and writing for https://Kinhost.org, the Crisses h ...
 
The #GroundingsPodcast is a place where organizing, theory, and history come in contact with dialogue, experience, and storytelling. The title "Groundings" is in honor of the revolutionary educator Walter Rodney, whose concept of "groundings" as a form of radical, political, dialogic, and communal education inspires the conversations on this podcast. Groundings: we sit, we listen, we talk, we share, and we learn.
 
New episodes every week. The Sobremesa Podcast is about modern-day Spanish society, politics and history, without the stereotypes. Every week we have an update about the ongoing current affairs in Spain. We also have interviews from the world of politics, history, academia and art. This podcast is for anyone interested in the modern and plural Spain of today.Follow me on Twitter @amcguirespain
 
Welcome to the Los Abydos podcast. A couple years ago I put the word 'los' in front of the word 'Abydos' and thought it sounded cool. That's about it. The name is nonsense. An ancient Egyptian city of the dead with the plural Spanish word of 'the'? Sure. So that's what I'm going with. We discuss topics including current politics, religion, music-- anything polarizing-- I'm sure we'll have an opinion on it. Times of non-heavy material are also present and I'll introduce you to the people I in ...
 
Tête-à-têtes: noun, plural tête-à-têtes, French tête-à-tête. a private conversation or interview, usually between two people. Hosted by Sean Callaway and Ben Chan, Tête-à-têtes, is a series of conversations where introductions and throat clearing are minimized in order to get directly to the substance of what the guests want to discuss.
 
Lead Through Strengths with Lisa Cummings: leading teams & building work culture with Clifton StrengthsFinder & natural talents. The "Lead Through Strengths" podcast was created for you if you're ready to stop taking the "path of most resistance" at work. Current episodes are educational snippets from Q&A with our corporate teams. They're usually questions we get in our StrengthsFinder corporate training sessions. Over 22 Million people have taken the CliftonStrengths assessment. It sounds s ...
 
We are brave, curious, and compassionate thinkers and doers. We are diverse in faith, ethnicity, history and spirituality, but aligned in our desire to make a difference for the good. We have a track record of standing on the side of love, justice, and peace. We have radical roots and a history as self-motivated spiritual people: we think for ourselves and recognize that life experience influences our beliefs more than anything. Visit us at https://www.uuman.org
 
We are Pod That: Two Brothers Talking Sports! George & Sami Jarjour love their Seattle sports teams, but also love talking pop culture, whats happening in the world of sports outside of Seattle, and I guess whatever is on their mind GOES! the Sports ON Tap - A Digital Sports Media Company. Daily sports content and stories via social media and our website www.theSportsONTap.com Don’t forget to check out the SONT Shop – www.SONTShop.com for all our SONT and Sports Related Gear, NBA, NFL & More!
 
Recordings of the weekly Friday morning Torah study class at Kehillat Israel in Pacific Palisades, California as well as other events at K.I. including sermons, classes and public events. Kehillat Israel is an inclusive Jewish synagogue community, which honors diverse religious and spiritual backgrounds. Grounded in Jewish cultural and religious tradition, and guided by the core Reconstructionist principle to value both the wisdom of the past and the need for evolving belief and practice, KI ...
 
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On this episode of The Way Home podcast, Dave Harvey, a long-time pastor and author, joins me to talk about his latest book “The Plurality Principle.” We talk about what it means for a church to have a plurality of leadership—leadership that is not just centered in one person—and what that looks like practically within the church. This episode of T…
 
Continuing "Divinity Dialogues"—a special edition podcast series from Harvard Divinity School that puts conversations on faith, purpose, and bearing witness at the center of today’s most pressing issues.Today, we hear from HDS alum Omar Sultan Haque, MTS ’04, MD ’08. Dr. Haque is a physician, social scientist, teacher, and philosopher who studies q…
 
How can we build (super) intelligent machines that are robustly aligned with human values? AI alignment researchers strive to meet this challenge, but currently draw upon a relatively narrow set of philosophical perspectives common in effective altruism and computer science. This could pose risks in a world where human values are complex, plural, a…
 
Welcome in to Pod That, & we are Just Two Brothers Talkin' Sports with a lean on Seattle Sports! Today we start with some ICEBREAKERS about UFOs and Moose + NBA Playoffs talk. Leave us your best sports moments and stories under MESSAGES: https://anchor.fm/podthat With that said, George & Sami Jarjour of Pod That are back for Episode 711.... Go to w…
 
Can anger be a constructive emotion? According to Daniel Goelman, “YES” —especially when it comes to creating change for the better. Today’s guests, Lama Rod Owens (Author and Activist), Shayna Renee Hammond and Lauryn Henley (Racial Justice Coaches and Advocates), and Asli Ali (Student and Poet), each share how anger fuels them to take action on i…
 
On this episode of The Way Home podcast, Dave Harvey, a long-time pastor and author, joins me to talk about his latest book “The Plurality Principle.” We talk about what it means for a church to have a plurality of leadership—leadership that is not just centered in one person—and what that looks like practically within the church. This episode of T…
 
When you see something on social media in a language you don’t read, it’s really handy to have a quick and good-enough “click to translate” option. But despite the fact that 2000 of the world’s languages are African, machine translation and other language tech tools don’t yet exist for most of them. In this episode, your host Gretchen McCulloch int…
 
Pod That: Two Brothers Talking Sports is back to LIVE shows on the weekdays, M-F at roughly 1PM tune in @PodThat on Twitter or Facebook! If not, join us here and follow along on social for updates. Today, we talked about all things NBA, it was a wild morning... ONCE AGAIN!! Leave us your best MESSAGES...Fuck it, make it anything: https://anchor.fm/…
 
Many people have been taught that it's wrong to start a sentence with a conjunction, but nearly all major style guides say doing so is fine. Neal Whitman investigates why there seems to be such a difference between what teachers say and what style guides say. Also, we look at why sometimes "subpar" is good, and sometimes "subpar" is bad. Subscribe …
 
You may recognize Dn Timothy Kelleher from his appearances in NCIS, Independence Day, Thirteen Days and other movies and shows, but he has also published many thoughtful essays in First Things, Church Life Journal, and now the National Review (among others). In this episode, he and Fr. Anthony talk about Dn. Timothy's two most recent essays; "Memor…
 
Pod That: Two Brothers Talking Sports is back to LIVE shows on the weekdays, M-F at roughly 1PM tune in @PodThat on Twitter or Facebook! If not, join us here and follow along on social for updates. Today, we talked about all things NBA, it was a wild morning. NBA put Chris Paul in COVID protocol as he gets a positive test... Kawhi has an ACL injury…
 
Violent crime, including mass shootings, are way up. On average over 300 people are shot everyday in America. In 2013, one of them was Taylor Schumann. She talks with Kaitlyn Schiess about her new book, “When Thoughts and Prayers Aren’t Enough,” and the side of gun violence most of us forget—the survivors. Also this week, the Southern Baptists are …
 
Pod That: Two Brothers Talking Sports is back to LIVE shows on the weekdays, M-F at roughly 1PM tune in @PodThat on Twitter or Facebook! If not, join us here and follow along on social for updates. Today, we talked about our Season 2 plans, and why we are changing things up. Southwest Airlines gone wild and of course, the NBA Playoff. Kevin Durant …
 
In honor of June's Race Unity Day, these old friends still find meaning in talking about Race. "We both love each other and continually grow from being in these conversations about Race along with its myriad of intersectionalities." Join VISIONS Contracts Director Lisa Fagerstrom and VISIONS Consultant Joe Steele as they share their incredible jour…
 
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This week I am delighted to welcome Ronni Kurtz to the Podcast. Ronni serves as the Assistant DirectorofMarketing and Managing Editor of For The Church here at Midwestern Seminary. He also serves as a pastor at Emmaus Church here in Kansas City. Recently, Ronni became part of Midwestern Seminary’s Faculty as an Assistant Professor of Christian Stud…
 
How NYC’s first Black mayor tried to balance concerns about public safety with demands for a more accountable police force -- and the violent resistance he faced from the police union. Under the Dinkins administration, the crime rate declined, but his complex relationship with the New York Police Department - which grew in size under his tenure - o…
 
Two speakers share their stories of living their beliefs by engaging in very different tasks beyond Sunday worship. One, being on the Board of Historic Preservation and the other, becoming a foster parent. Original music "Jolie" and "Reflect, Recharge, Renew" composed by Alex Pietsch Intro background music by Tim Moor at Pixabay For more informatio…
 
Exactly five years ago, 49 people — predominantly LBGTQ+ people of color — went to Pulse nightclub, a community fixture in Orlando, Florida – and never came home. We honor them, their families, and the survivors of the massacre in our pursuit of equality and justice for all. This week’s State of Belief, Interfaith Alliance’s weekly radio show and p…
 
MSM 509: Almost Summer, Technology Tips, and a Lousy Thesaurus Summary:Shawn and Troy are back. We talk about summer plans, coming back in Fall, technology competencies, and much more. Dave talks about an Exploration Geologist. Jokes: Middle School Science Minute by Dave Bydlowski (k12science or davidbydlowski@mac.com)Exploration Geologistshttp://k…
 
Hauke reviews international agreements to spend a percentage of GDP on public goods such as aid (0.7%), defence (NATO’s 2% target), R&D, global governance, etc. He shows how these agreements interact with priorities in effective altruism because they are large in scale, solve (global) public good dilemmas, and relate to differential technological d…
 
Theologian Bryan Dik joins me on this episode of The Way Home podcast. In his recent book “Redeeming Work: A Guide to Discovering God’s Calling for Your Career,” he not only talks about the theological basis for work—why work matters to God and why it should matter to us—but also offers practical and biblical advice on how to find your calling and …
 
Theologian Bryan Dik joins me on this episode of The Way Home podcast. In his recent book “Redeeming Work: A Guide to Discovering God’s Calling for Your Career,” he not only talks about the theological basis for work—why work matters to God and why it should matter to us—but also offers practical and biblical advice on how to find your calling and …
 
How Long Is a Good Sentence? 'Cord' or 'Chord'? Subscribe to the newsletter for regular updates. Watch my LinkedIn Learning writing course. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Grammar Pop iOS game. Peeve Wars card game. Grammar Girl books. HOST: Mignon Fogarty VOICEMAIL: 833-214-GIRL (833-214-4475) Grammar Girl is part of the Quick and D…
 
Continuing "Divinity Dialogues"—a special edition podcast series from Harvard Divinity School that puts conversations on faith, purpose, and bearing witness at the center of today’s most pressing issues.  Today, we hear from HDS alum Rod Owens, MDiv ’17, author, activist, Buddhist Lama, and one of this year’s Gomes Distinguished Alumni Honorees. Co…
 
We are bombarded by more news than ever before, and many of us can no longer differentiate what’s real from what’s fake, or what’s important from what’s trivial. Jeffrey Bilbro, author of “Reading the Times: A Literary and Theological Inquiry into the News,” offers wisdom about what it means to engage the media as a Christian, why the first step ma…
 
In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke, Jim Hamilton, and Sam Emadi continue their conversation through Exodus. This time, they discuss all those laws in Exodus 22–23. Why are they there? Why should Christians not just let their eyes glaze over them? SHOW NOTES Image: Mt. Sinai, a drawing by Edward Lear 1812-1888 iTunes Spotify Download MP3…
 
This talk is a friendly introduction to the formal model of learning from new evidence called "Bayesian updating". The Bayesian rule for updating is the most general account of how evidence works, encompassing and explaining the (limited) usefulness of statistical ideas like p-values and confidence intervals. This talk will show you how to do Bayes…
 
Ibram X. Kendi reflects on a shifting political culture -- and the fierce backlash against it. Plus, a remembrance of the 1921 Tulsa massacre. With five best-selling books, including How to Be an Antiracist and Four Hundred Souls, Kendi has been at the center of the nation’s racial reckoning over the past year. He talks with Kai about the ideas peo…
 
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