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Thursday, March 30, 2017

Revolution Radio Begins at 9 AM this Morning

The Thursday, March 30, 2017 lineup on Enlighten Radio

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7:00 Dylanesque -- Bob's own and Friends' covers

9:00 Revolution Radio

A study of revolutionaries, weekly on Thursday mornings, beginning this morning with Tom Paine's Common Sense


11:00 Wonk City -- Economics and sociology lectures -- playlist coming up!

1. Philosophy and Nazism:  (from the London School of Economics) -



Speaker(s): Dr Joseph Cohen, Professor Simona Forti, Dr Brian Klug | Nazism pervaded every level of German society, and philosophers were not immune. While much scholarship has understandably focused on recriminations of key figures, tonight's panel reflect on some broader questions raised: Can philosophy help us understand the nature of evil? And does thinking philosophically really help us live better lives? Joseph Cohen is a Lecturer in Continental Philosophy, University College Dublin. Simona Forti is Professor of Philosophy, University of Piedmont and Visiting Professor of Philosophy, The New School for Social Research, New York. Brian Klug is Senior Research Fellow in Philosophy, St Benet's Hall, University of Oxford. Dr Peter Dennis is a Fellow, Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, LSE and Forum for European Philosophy Fellow. The Forum for European Philosophy (@ForumPhilosophy) is an educational charity that organises a full and varied programme of philosophy and interdisciplinary events in the UK.


Approx 12:30


2. Belabored Dissent -- College Dreams and College Schemes, with Tressie McMillan Cottom


What’s a college degree worth to you? With so many students getting drowned in debt for a taxpayer-funded sham diploma, how has the massive for-profit college industry managed to capitalize on Americans’ high hopes of achieving middle-class “credentials”? In her new book, Lower Ed, sociologist Tressie McMillan Cottom explores the political drivers of for-profit higher education, and Wall Street’s entanglement with an unregulated academic marketplace that exploits struggling students’ aspirations. Cottom spoke with Sarah Jaffe at a discussion hosted by the New America Foundation about the culture and politics of commercialized college in the Age of Trump.


Approx 1:45 PM


3. Radio Lab (WNYC): Shots Fired part 1: We join Ben Montgomery, a reporter at the Tampa Bay Times, as he looks at every person killed or injured by Florida police over six years.


4. Radio Lab (WNYC) : Shots Fired Part 2: We again join Ben Montgomery, reporter at the Tampa Bay Times, as he looks at data on every person killed or injured by Florida police over six years.



Approx  4:00 PM

OLD TIME RADIO -- Fibber McGhee and Mollie!!