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10 Dec 2018 05:33 #330499 by Rex
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Well, as the title says I'm looking for new podcasts.

I like these: Partially Examined Life, National Security Law Podcast, Planet Money, Foreign Policy's First Person, and Global Dispatches

I didn't like: Pod Save America/World, Joe Rogan, Ben Shapiro, or pretty much anyone who you could call a pundit.

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13 Dec 2018 09:36 #330727 by Loudzoo
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I'm not familiar with the ones you like it so it may be tricky for me to get on your wavelength Rex. Nevertheless here are some ones I like, the common theme being less punditry and more discussions with really interesting people of about really interesting things:

actualised.org - personal development, pyschology. monologues - not interviews - but amazing
buddha at the gas pump - spirituality
collective insights - health and well being
dan carlins hardcore history - AWESOME history
rune soup - magick and other quackery
insights at the edge - spirituality
tangentially speaking - interesting people
the drunken taoist - does what it says on the tin
the life scientific - jim al khalili interviews scientists about their lives and work
under the skin - russell brand interviews interesting people
very bad wizards - philosophy professors
waking-up - sam harris interview interesting people

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13 Dec 2018 19:18 #330774 by Khaos
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Dark Side Living

Kronos

Yellow Madness



All are podcasts by Sith

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13 Dec 2018 20:00 #330783 by Rex
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So just to clarify, the podcasts I like are about philosophy (in an often analytical tradition), economics, current affairs/foreign policy, and law. Tbh I'm probably not going to listen to Sith or esoterica podcasts because that's just not my cup of tea

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13 Dec 2018 20:40 #330795 by Kyrin Wyldstar

Rex wrote: So just to clarify, the podcasts I like are about philosophy (in an often analytical tradition), economics, current affairs/foreign policy, and law. Tbh I'm probably not going to listen to Sith or esoterica podcasts because that's just not my cup of tea


Have you ever listened to a sith podcast? They can actually be very deeply philosophical and sometimes they even fail to mention their plans to take over the world! try it, you might find them refreshing.

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14 Dec 2018 01:56 #330838 by Rex
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Nope, I would love a nimrod socialism podcast tho if you make it

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14 Dec 2018 05:27 #330854 by Khaos
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Strange to assume what something is before trying it.

There is no ignorance, there is knowledge. Again a lack of application of that here. Too much of that for such a learned group. Although, the professor from Gilligan's island could make a radio out of coconuts, but he couldnt fix a boat....hmmm.

Well, for anyone interested then.

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14 Dec 2018 05:41 #330856 by Arisaig
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Khaos wrote: Strange to assume what something is before trying it.

There is no ignorance, there is knowledge. Again a lack of application of that here. Too much of that for such a learned group. Although, the professor from Gilligan's island could make a radio out of coconuts, but he couldnt fix a boat....hmmm.

Well, for anyone interested then.


Where was the assumption? He's asked for podcasts, was provided wiyh a few, and then refined his search stating which type he's not interested in. I agree with not chasing the taste of good food, but there is no harm in knowing what you are craving.

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14 Dec 2018 10:55 #330869 by Vusuki
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I can't say that I listen to much of it, BUT due to the great appreciation I have for the blog, I'd still recomend
Farnam Street's 'The Knowledge Project' with Shane Parrish. He interviews some impressive and generally-agreed-to-be-succesful people. It's description:

"The Knowledge Project Podcast explores the ideas, methods, and mental models, that help expand your mind, live deliberately, and master the best of what other people have already figured out."


Otherwise I quite appreciate 'Invisibilia' a NPR podcast with Alix Speigel and Hanna Rosin (and earlier Lulu Miller).

"Invisibilia is Latin for "the invisible things." We explore the invisible forces that shape human behavior — things like ideas, beliefs, assumptions and emotions... We weave incredible human stories with fascinating new psychological and brain science, in the hopes that after listening, you will come to see new possibilities for how to think, behave and live."


There's some very interesting stuff in that podcast but I personally prefer the earlier episodes...

Thanks for the question Rex and for sharing what you appreciate too, :)
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14 Dec 2018 16:19 #330893 by Kyrin Wyldstar

Arisaig wrote: I agree with not chasing the taste of good food, but there is no harm in knowing what you are craving.[/color]


How do you know what you would crave if you refuse to even taste it?

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