Co-Create: Content Creation Worth Living

Socratically inspired, this midwifery of sorts is an aesthetic arrangement, a revealing process on display for all to experience. Let's co-create and disseminate!

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Co-Create: Content Creation Worth Living

Socratically inspired, this midwifery of sorts is an aesthetic arrangement, a revealing process on display for all to experience. Let's co-create and disseminate!


COVID & Climate Change Correlations with Professor Steve Keen

The pandemic is the warm-up exercise, the trial run in the mad scramble to form some sort of comprehensible and realistic response to deal with the accelerating warming of the climate and the biodiversity imbalance that we, as a species, have wrought on this planet. Work is an economic activity that, until now, is largely incompatible with the health of the planet. This channel explores these topics and more. Themed around the post-Keynesian economics of Professor Steve Keen, we have a solution. The question remains, will we change or blindly follow the doctrine of "business as usual"?


What's What with Bill Meacham, Ph.D. Philosopher


The Carmen Madina Six-Part Series

In this six-part series, I speak with Carmen Medina about her history as an ex-Deputy Director with the CIA, her life as a consultant and the benefit of thinking better.


Becoming a modern philosopher with Daniel Sanderson

Episode 002 On Air with Sean McStay


Talk is the Best Medicine

Listen to the Global Health Impact Project's podcast series, "Talk is the Best Medicine." We speak with researchers and activists from the diverse field of public health who are tackling issues such as medication prices, access to medicines, and the general state of global health.

Sponsored by Global Health Impact in partnership with planksip


Philosophy Talks with Bob and Scott

Philosophy Talks, With Bob And Scott, is a series of conversations about fundamental philosophical ideas, problems, and topics, from A to Z.

The aim of these conversations is to move us beyond the false dichotomy between Analytic philosophy and so-called “Continental” philosophy–as if there were no other relevant alternatives: but in fact, there is at least one–toward a broadly and radically Kantian philosophy of the future.