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The Unfounded Podcast is a free flowing stream of ideas centered on asking the questions we often avoid. The focus is to bring the religious and secular world views into alignment through analyzing the philosophies developed by those who have come before us. The show is highly spiritual in nature, and leverages the practicality often hidden within religious teachings to provide actionable steps through which individual growth and expression can manifest. The classical liberal idea of self ex ...
 
The second volume contains an enlightening critique of Ricardian economics, showing the constraints on theory entailed by Ricardo’s static and pseudo-mathematical method. Ricardo’s successor John Stuart Mill is the object of a devastating intellectual portrait. Marxism is subjected to a merciless demolition, and Rothbard shows the roots of this system in metaphysical speculation. The French classical liberals such as Bastiat, on the other hand, contributed to the subjectivist school. A furth ...
 
Amagi Productions's mission is to inform, educate, and promote, the ideas of liberty and the principles of a free society. Amagi Productions delivers these through relevant media: bands, theater, speakers, Podcasts, and YouTube. Amagi Productions seeks to expose individuals through exciting and relevant mediums to the classical liberal tradition in liberty and free-market economics.
 
Big Ideas with Ben Weingarten features compelling long-form conversations with exceptional thinkers and doers on the most important ideas and issues of our time, and all time. Discussions focus on topics ranging from national security and foreign affairs, to economics and politics and philosophy and culture with a classical Liberal bent and a grounding in history. Big Ideas with Ben Weingarten challenges the prevailing progressive orthodoxy with a contrarian conservative/libertarian counter- ...
 
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Muse and Hearth

Lydia Foucachon and Valerie Abraham

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Muse and Hearth is a podcast for Christian women who want to extend the ideas behind classical education and the Great Books tradition into all of life. Too often we leave the intellectual rigor of the liberal arts in the towers of academia, or in the textbooks. But what if we as women, as wives, as mothers, made that intellectual tradition a part of our own habits and our family culture?
 
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Can you remember the first book that left a lasting impact on you? That widened how you saw the world, made you curious about a new frontier of knowledge, or expanded the very boundaries of your mind? The ability to read is a powerful tool, as much as it is a lifelong gift. Saddle Up and Read founder Caitlin Gooch has made it her mission to increas…
 
To support the pod please check out my social media pages! Facebook - Instagram - Twitter - Show Home Page - Patreon I'm back at it and excited to talk with you about my experience over the last four months. The topic for today's episode is the awakening process. We will take a look at how different religions have defined the process itself and the…
 
Much of what we perceive is subjective. When you and I look at a text, a film, a painting - we carry the weight of our experiences with us into that encounter. So what happens when we look at the same exact thing in radically different ways? Which interpretation takes precedent, and why? Lawyer turned writer David Lat explores how clashing perspect…
 
Imagine you're in a courtroom. You've been charged with a crime and the verdict has now been decided by the jury: "Guilty." The judge offers you two choices: Go to prison for five years, or immediately receive ten lashes and walk free. Which option do you choose? If you chose the lashes, you're not alone. Criminology professor and former Baltimore …
 
This is a special episode of The New Liberals. The show began a little over a year ago, and we've since recorded 40 episodes. It felt like the right time to put together a compilation. At the end of every episode I ask each guest the same, final question. And they've each provided a response - that surprises, enlightens, or moves. Here are all 40 o…
 
What does it mean to be vulnerable at scale? To go out on a limb and lay bare not just one's opinions, but the private details of a life? The most effective political writing often exists at the intersection of quantitative data and personal anecdote. A writer's argument - if it is to convince - must accurately speak to the external reality we all …
 
Welcome to Muse and Hearth, a podcast for Christian women, cultivating mind, heart, and home. I’m Lydia Foucachon and I’m so pleased to be joined today by my pastor’s lovely wife Nancy Wilson! She is a mother, grandma of a whole passel of grandkids, author, and podcaster, as well as a former literature teacher at Logos School. As she put it, chief …
 
“Black” is not a synonym for “poor.” But one could be forgiven for thinking that it were based on the way so many people talk about race in this country. The majority of Black Americans are in the middle class or above, yet the national imagination often seems to struggle to reflect this reality. And those who are living in poverty are often the la…
 
When was the last time you were really, truly curious about something? Something new, different, foreign, uncomfortable, even? And not just a passing glance, or a quick perusal, but a deep, active interest that takes you places you never thought you'd go? Director of Digital & Storytelling at Braver Angels Mónica Guzmán believes that for us to bett…
 
Policing - as both an action and a concept - has been on the front page and at the front of many of our minds over the last several years, as we've reexamined our assumptions around its utility and purpose. When is law enforcement actually needed? When does it go too far? And what does good policing look like? Criminology professor and former Balti…
 
The first episode of The New Liberals was recorded just over a year ago. We've talked about a range of subjects since then - from nuclear power, to mRNA vaccines, from Maslow's hierarchy of needs to Montessori's method, just to name a few. But a recurring theme of the podcast - guest after guest - has been identity. How do we understand ourselves a…
 
In this episode, Lydia Foucachon is joined by Christiana Hale, author of Deeper Heaven: A Reader's Guide to C.S. Lewis's Ransom Trilogy. Listen in as they discuss common preconceived notions about the Ransom Trilogy and how to approach it for the first time, Lewis's primary purpose in writing the trilogy, as well as his approach to the medieval cos…
 
Should a storyteller's identity define what stories they're allowed to tell? Does our sex, race, or sexuality set the boundaries around either the fictions we can dream up or the nonfictions we investigate and explore? Filmmaker Nadia Gill is speaking out against a worrying trend within her industry that suggests storytelling might be better off if…
 
What happens when you're suddenly thrust into the spotlight at the intersection of two of the most pressing topics of our day - the criminal justice system, and the Covid-19 vaccine? Emergency medical physician Dr. Hasan Gokal found himself in the middle of a firestorm after he spent one fateful evening trying to do the right thing. The Vaccine Had…
 
To support the pod please check out my social media pages! Facebook - Instagram - Twitter - Show Home Page - Patreon Responsibility. Let's talk about it :) Sources - In order as referenced during the show https://www.google.com/search?q=responsibility&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS919US919&oq=responsibility&aqs=chrome..69i57.2527j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 htt…
 
Being a "heterodox thinker" often involves being exceedingly content with a whole bunch of people disliking you. Sometimes it's people to the Right of you, then people to the Left, and folks who were your strongest allies two days ago may suddenly hate your guts next Thursday. This is not to say that people who are consistently in one camp aren't p…
 
It's good to push yourself to think differently - to reexamine your priors, question your beliefs, and change your mind. But it's not enough to switch from Right to Left, or Left to Right, or from Heterodox Pepsi to Heterodox Coke. Introspection is a train without a station - something that should keep going. Writer and YouTube host Brittany Taliss…
 
While the United States is now recovering from a year of death, disease, and economic destruction, we still don't know exactly where or how Covid-19 actually began. Molecular biologist Dr. Alina Chan has spent the last year investigating the true origins of the virus, long before it was politically convenient to do so. COVID-19 CoV Genetics - Globa…
 
The New Liberals is shifting to a bi-weekly release schedule. Moving to every other Tuesday will ensure that episodes remain on-time and high-quality. If you're enjoying this podcast and want to help it grow its listenership, expand its reach, and continue to feature interesting and engaging guests, please consider giving it a five-star rating, or …
 
Have you ever found yourself so gripped in the throes of a conflict - with a friend, a family member, some stranger online - that you're blinded by a kind of rage that feels like it could overtake you at any moment? Have you found yourself questioning the other person's sanity, baffled as to why they would ever believe what they believe? Then you'v…
 
To support the pod please check out my social media pages! Facebook - Instagram - Twitter - Show Home Page - Patreon In this episode of the pod we have Bethany and Jesson back on the pod to discuss the military experience and how it relates to the concept of duty. This episode serves as an energetic recognition of the sacrifices made by all men and…
 
To support the pod please check out my social media pages! Facebook - Instagram - Twitter - Show Home Page - Patreon In this episode of the pod we are joined by my partner Bethany and our mutual friend Jesson to explore the idea of consciousness and the nature of reality. What does it mean to be alive? What does it mean to be aware? Are there varyi…
 
To support the pod please check out my social media pages! Facebook - Instagram - Twitter - Show Home Page - Patreon In this episode of the pod we are joined by the love of my life and wonderfully gifted partner Bethany! Together, we talk on the concept of love using a variety of exciting new tools and methods to engage with the Universe and our im…
 
What does it mean to have luck? Good luck, or bad? Is luck something that only happens selectively, or is our entire existence a kind of luck that we've had zero control over? And if that's true - what does it mean for our society? What does it say about our educational system, our criminal justice system, and how we treat and empathize with each o…
 
How do we define our "tribes"? That's a word that gets thrown around a lot these days - political tribes, ideological tribes, religious tribes, national tribes... it's just tribalism all the way down. Tribalism, factionalism - whatever you want to call "strong loyalty to one's own social group" - has been with us forever, and we'll never be rid of …
 
How often do you think about how you access the internet? Not in the general sense, but the actual act of accessing it: the descriptive text you read underneath an item for sale, the buttons you click or tap to signal an intent or complete an action, or an input field to type a credit card number, select a country or state, or scroll through a set …
 
If there's anything we've learned over the last year, it's that it's not enough to get important information right - you have to communicate that information successfully, too. Because if the data you need to share isn't being heard by the very people that need to hear it, it may as well not exist! Social media consultant and communication speciali…
 
How do you know what's true, and what's false? What's right, or wrong? How do you know... what you know? You likely heard all of it somewhere, and for you to hear it, somebody had to say it. Because for us to be able to figure out what's true - in order to form a more perfect union - we must be able to speak with one another, freely. Greg Lukianoff…
 
The vaccines are here, and they're amazing. But there's still so much pessimism and confusion about how effective these vaccines actually are, which ones are "best," and what anyone can actually do after they've been vaccinated. This is a special episode, to get you justifiably excited about the rest of the year, and your life going forward. Share …
 
These days, when we hear the phrase "growing up," it tends to mostly reference the growth in inches and feet. But for a child to a grow up, they don't just need to physically grow, they need to grow mentally and emotionally as well. The recent cultural normalization of what is colloquially referred to as "helicopter parenting" has brought with it e…
 
To support the pod please check out my social media pages! https://anchor.fm/theunfoundedpodcast What are we? Are we simply mechanical things existing in a finite world, void of purpose short of consumption; or are we something else, something hidden? A treasure of sorts, that treasure representing the divine you. The higher self. The fully incorpo…
 
Children need adults. They need them for guidance, for discipline, for inspiration, and of course, formal education. But often when we talk about education, our attention is almost exclusively focused on those adults. What are they doing right? What are they doing wrong? What are they doing too much or too little of, and how can we stop them? And w…
 
In John Rawls' 1971 book, A Theory of Justice, he offers a thought experiment known as the Veil of Ignorance. Behind this veil, no knows who they are. They don't know their race, class, age, sex, privileges, disadvantages, or even their personality. Only once they step through the veil will they know their place in society. But before they take tha…
 
You're listening to what is known as a "Call to Action." It's an invitation for the listener to do something. Most shows put calls to action at the beginning or end of episodes. I don't want to do that. They take up space, disrupt the flow of the show, and distract from the guest. But - this show will benefit from you giving it a five-star rating, …
 
Welcome to Season 2! Lydia and Valerie took a few weeks off to let Valerie settle in with her newest little one, and are excited for a new round of conversations about cultivating our minds and homes. We’re wrapping up our series on the theology of hospitality and beginning a new series on one of the more practical aspects of hospitality, as well a…
 
Social distancing has separated us from the ones we care about, and cut us off from the day-to-day lives we've so long known. The mental and emotional toll of this prolonged isolation has been excruciating for many. But can we find a silver lining? May we use this time to become better friends and better partners, even fuller versions of ourselves?…
 
To support the pod please check out my social media pages at my website below! https://anchor.fm/theunfoundedpodcast "Expectation." We often look into the future and project our present aspirations and dreams in an attempt to influence that future in some way. While manifestation is an important part of the human experience it is important to free …
 
Society has got you figured out: they talk about you like they know you, like you're part of a collective. They take a group, and pair it with either an adjective or a noun. "White this." "Black that." There's too many of "you," and too few of "them." You talk like this long enough, and it can be easy to slip into a way of thinking about other peop…
 
Why does nothing seem to make sense, anymore? Why do all of our important words seem so slippery, and our definitions ever harder to define? What is a liberal? What really is a conservative? And what does 'liberalism' - the philosophy that undergirds the foundation of American society - actually mean today? Writer and filmmaker Jay Shapiro has spen…
 
Climate change is a pressing issue that requires both our attention and our action. But why does so much of modern environmental activism seem to come from one side of the aisle? The American Conservation Coalition's Quill Robinson offers a conservative case for solving climate change. American Conservation Coalition Trump Is Out of Touch With Repu…
 
Racism is real. Its devastating historical effects can still be felt today, and the misguided and harmful beliefs that we've inherited from previous generations can have a profound impact on how we see and treat one another. The anti-racist movement is a response to these injustices, and anti-racism training has sprung up across private and public …
 
To support the pod please check out my social media pages! https://anchor.fm/theunfoundedpodcast Shane’s Social Pages Tick Tock - @dirtydownturnboys Instagram - @hitchin_and_fishin In this episode of the podcast I am joined by my best friend Shane Way! We talk about just about everything in this podcast, it’s a great one with a fantastic fresh pers…
 
America isn't just a geographical location, or a mass of 330 million people living within a set of lines drawn on a map. America is the story it tells itself about itself. And adding new chapters feels natural enough - time marches forward, and so does a story. But what happens if, while expanding the scope of what's in front of us, we narrow the s…
 
To support the pod please check out my social media pages! Links can be found at my website below! https://anchor.fm/theunfoundedpodcast "Half of the results of a good intentions are evil; half the results of an evil intention are good." - Twain Quotes The idea of good and evil is more complex than we like to admit. In today's world we find solice …
 
In this episode, we discuss Tim Chester’s overview of food and feasting in the Bible. A Meal With Jesus emphasizes the importance of our daily ritual of eating (and the weekly eating of the Lord’s Supper as the body of Christ). We discuss the strength of eating together in the context of hospitality and sharing the Gospel as well as the overall enc…
 
To support the pod please check out my social media pages! Facebook - Instagram - Twitter - Show Home Page - Patreon "Expectation feeds frustration. It is an unhealthy attachment to people, things, and outcomes we wish we could control; but don't." - Steve Maraboli “Remember, today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday.” - Dale Carnegie Expec…
 
Why is patriotism increasingly a partisan issue, divided by party affiliation? Writer Siddak Ahuja has some theories on why certain political demographics are less patriotic than others. The Case for a Left Patriotism, by Siddak Ahuja Why Are Poor Americans More Patriotic Than Their Wealthier Counterparts? - The Guardian The Left Case Against Open …
 
When we talk about ways to combat climate change and address our nation's energy needs, we consistently leave the safest, most reliable, and most efficient energy source out of the discussion altogether. Joining us this week is nuclear engineer Nick Touran, PhD, who happens to be an expert in that exact type of energy. whatisnuclear.com Bicycles fo…
 
In this episode of the podcast we will be taking a look back on a clip from around a year ago, talking about my goals for 2020. Resources - In order as referenced during the show https://thebestamericanpoetry.typepad.com/the_best_american_poetry/2008/11/the-laughing-he.html https://www.stitcher.com/show/beer-goggles/episode/beer-goggles-new-year-ne…
 
When we talk about the "culture wars" - issues of identity, race, ethnicity, immigration, gender, sex, sexuality - we often don't fully understand why exactly we believe the things we believe. Fashion stylist and cultural commentator Ayishat Akanbi says true understanding can come from deep introspection, and she has the experience to back it up. T…
 
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