Programming Begins at 8AM EST.
(Times Below are relative to 8 AM)
EPIC Philosophy Programming Highlights
Peter Adamson, PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY AT THE LMU IN MUNICH AND AT KING’S COLLEGE LONDON, TAKES LISTENERS THROUGH THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY, “WITHOUT ANY GAPS”. WWW.HISTORYOFPHILOSOPHY.NET
1. In his book Defender of the Peace, Marsilius of Padua develops new theories of representative government, rights, and ownership.
2. Giles of Rome and Dante on the rival claims of the church and secular rulers.
3. Podcasts from The Partially Examined Life a philosophy podcast and blog.
|00:00:00||Peter Adamson||HoP 270 - Render unto Caesar - Marsilius of Padua|
|00:22:13||Peter Adamson||HoP 269 - Our Power is Real - The Clash of Church and State|
|00:41:30||Peter Adamson||Democracy and the History of Philosophy|
|00:55:02||The Partially Examined Life||PEL Ep 157: Richard Rorty on Politics for the Left (Part One)|
|01:52:29||The Partially Examined Life||PEL Ep 156: Philosophy and Politics Free-Form Discussion (Part One)|
|02:49:49||The Partially Examined Life||PEL Ep 156: Philosophy and Politics Free-Form Discussion (Part Two)|
QUAKER RADIO Highlights
1. Betsy Cazden -- an independent scholar from Rhode Island whose current specialism is Quakers, slavery and anti-slavery. She contributed a chapter on this to the new Oxford Handbook of Quaker Studies
Slave rebellions and Quaker anxiety in the turn against slavery
Public Lecture, 2013
Classic Theological Lecture
Paul J. Tillich,
University Professor, Harvard University
Foerster Lectures on the Immortality of the Soul
January 12, 1960
About Paul J. Tillich
Professor Paul Tillich, German-American theologian and Harvard University faculty member, specialized in the study of the relationship between religious symbolism and Man’s quest for answers to the question of ‘human existence’. His lecture ” Symbols of Eternal life”, introduces Man’s experience with these symbols as a representation of eternal living. “Without the whole of religious experience and religious symbolism, the problem of the symbols of the eternal life, lose their basis and their meaning. They become a caricature of faith – they become superstition.” – Tillich.
Paul Tillich was one of the primary Protestant theologians of the 20th century. He is best known for developing his “method of correlation” between questions arising out of the human predicament and the answers given in the classical symbols of religion
The Quaker Radio playlist
|00:00:00||Betsy Cazden||Slave rebellions and Quaker anxiety in the turn against slavery|
|00:27:31||S1W05||Why Are Quakers Pacifists|
|00:42:51||S1W02||Student Activism As Prophetic Ministry|
|00:50:01||Gretchen Castle||What Unites Us|
|01:03:24||Paul Buckley||Why Quakers Stopped Voting|
|01:14:26||Joan Dyer Liversidge||A Ministry of Presence|
|01:34:15||Jane Fremon||Reaching Out and Across|
|01:44:12||Paul Tillich||PaulTillichAtHarvard 1.12.1960|