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Hermitix is a podcast focusing on one-on-one interviews relating to fringe philosophy, obscure theory, weird lit, underappreciated thinkers and movements, and that which historically finds itself 'outside' the academic canon. The aim of the podcast is to allow autodidactic thinkers, amateur philosophers and the generally curious an insight into the work of thinkers who are often impenetrable to those outside of the academy. With the discussions at Hermitix aiming to be informal idea barrages ...
 
Delight Hunter spends her days looking out of her window at her handsome but very mysterious and reclusive next door neighbor. She walks straight into a mystery when one day a fire starts in one of the upper rooms of his house and she dashes over to warn him, only to have him lock her in with instructions to let no one else in. Why is he so insistent that no one come in? What secrets are hidden within the walls of this house? - Summary by Laura Victoria
 
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Chad A. Haag is deeply committed to the project of developing a Philosophy of Peak Oil by joining the insights of John Michael Greer, Dmitry Orlov, and Richard Heinberg with the philosophical rigor of Aristotle, Kant, Zizek, and Heidegger. He left behind the academic path to relocate in India and dedicate himself to sustainability. He lives in the …
 
Jenn and Andrew catch up about all the changes. Including the arrival of Jenn's kiddo, Andrew's reasons for walking away from astrology, and some great ideas about new ways to interact with the stars. Have you heard of the Adoptalganger Asteroid? Think about how much you've enjoyed the podcast and how many episodes you listened to, and consider if …
 
Kingsley Dennis, PhD, is an author, researcher, and futurist. He is the author of multiple books on modernity, control and esotericism. In this episode we discuss his latest book Healing the Wounded Mind: The Psychosis of the Modern World and the Search for the Self, alongside discussions on education, society and freedom. Kingsley’s work can be fo…
 
Robert Podgurski has been studying and practicing magick, qui gong, and yoga for over thirty years. In this episode we talk about his book The Sacred Alignments and Sigils: Angelic Magick, Renaissance Thought, and Modern Methods of Sigilization alongside discussions on magic, ritual and sigils. Become part of the Hermitix community: Hermitix Twitte…
 
Andrew Gallimore is a computational neurobiologist, pharmacologist, and chemist interested in psychedelic drugs, especially DMT. His work can be found here: http://www.buildingalienworlds.com/ Become part of the Hermitix community: Hermitix Twitter Hermitix Discord Support Hermitix: Subscribe Hermitix Patreon Hermitix Merchandise One off Donations …
 
Andrew, Fabeku, and Aidan (aka Stacking Skulls) get together to talk about living during this ongoing pandemic. They talk about astrology, racism, colonialism, magic, getting by, and so much more. Think about how much you've enjoyed the podcast and how many episodes you listened to, and consider if it is time to support the Patreon You can do so he…
 
Christopher Watkin is Senior Lecturer in French Studies at Monash University, he is also the author of French Philosophy Today and Michel Serres: Figures of Thought. In this episode we discuss Michel Serres’ text The Natural Contract alongside discussion on ecology, pollution, possession and nature. Christopher’s book on Serres can be purchased her…
 
Nicola Masciandaro, Professor of English at Brooklyn College (CUNY), is a writer and theorist specializing in medieval literature. In this episode we talk about his book On the Darkness of Will Become part of the Hermitix community: Hermitix Twitter Hermitix Discord Support Hermitix: Subscribe Hermitix Patreon Hermitix Merchandise One off Donations…
 
Frida Beckman is a Professor of Comparative literature in the Department of Culture and Aesthetics at Stockholm University. In this episode we discuss her biography of Gilles Deleuze. Frida’s biography can be purchased here. Become part of the Hermitix community: Hermitix Twitter Hermitix Discord Support Hermitix: Subscribe Hermitix Patreon Hermiti…
 
Carolina Armenteros is the Director for the Centre of European Studies and has written 4 books on Joseph De Maistre, including The French Idea of History: Joseph de Maistre and His Heirs, 1794–1854. More information about Joseph De Maistre can be found here: https://investigacion.pucmm.edu.do/joseph-maistre Amendments by Carolina: 40:01: Isaiah Ber…
 
Gordon White hosts the Rune Soup podcast and is the author of multiple book including Pieces of Eight: Chaos Magic Essays and Enchantments and * The Chaos Protocols: Magical Techniques for Navigating the New Economic Reality*. Become part of the Hermitix community: Hermitix Twitter Hermitix Discord Support Hermitix: Subscribe Hermitix Patreon Hermi…
 
David Sorensen is the Senior Editor of the Duke-Edinburgh Edition of the Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle (1970-2020; 47 vols.); he has edited a number of Carlyle texts for Oxford University Press, including The French Revolution, both in its English Texts series and the Oxford World’s Classics. He is currently editing an edition …
 
Quinten Weeterings is history post-graduate who studied under Rico Sneller at Leiden university. He has aphorisms published in French and German, and has published editions of Filosofie-Tijdschrift on Emil Cioran (https://gompel-svacina.eu/product/filosofie-tijdschrift-jrg-29-nr-1-emil-cioran/). In this episode we discuss the life and philosophy of…
 
Russell A. Berman is an American professor German Studies and Comparative Literature. He is the author multiple books including The Rise of the Modern German Novel: Crisis and Charisma and Cultural Studies of Modern Germany: History, Representation, and Nationhood in this episode we talk about Ernst Junger’s novel Eumeswil alongside discussions on …
 
Tim Howles is an ordained priest in the Church of England and his research focuses on questions of ‘transcendence’ in the work of contemporary French sociologist and philosopher Bruno Latour. In this episode we discuss Michel Serres’ text The Five Senses. Tim’s blog can be found here: https://logisticsofreligionblog.wordpress.com/author/timhowles/ …
 
James Riley is a Fellow of English Literature at Girton College, Cambridge, focusing on modern and contemporary literature, popular film and 1960s culture. In this episode we discuss his latest publication The Bad Trip – Dark Omens, New Worlds and the End of the Sixties, alongside discussions of counterculture, evil, poststructuralism, activism and…
 
Richard Gavin is the author of many acclaimed works of horror and the occult, his texts include Sylvan Dread: Tales of Pastoral Darkness, Omens and Primeval Wood. In this episode we discuss his book The Benighted Path: Primeval Gnosis and the Monstrous Soul, alongside discussions on horror, darkness and the sacred. The Benighted Path can be purchas…
 
Vera Bühlmann is professor for architecture theory, and director of the Department for Architecture Theory and Philosophy of Technics ATTP at Vienna University of Technology. Her latest monograph is entitled Information and Mathematics in the Philosophy of Michel Serres. In this episode we discuss Michel Serres’ text The Incandescent. Become part o…
 
Alexander Lee is a specialist in the cultural and political history of the Renaissance in Italy. He is the author of multiple books including Humanism and Empire, The Ugly Renaissance and Petrarch and St. Augustine: Classical Scholarship, Christian Theology and the Origins of the Renaissance in Italy. In this episode we discuss his latest book Mach…
 
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