Monthly Archives: April 2017

The SnideShow Episode 001 – Uninformed

Episode 001 of The SnideShow has been released, featuring an interview with political scientist Arthur Lupia on how we can reach and teach voters. 001 – Uninformed

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000 – A SnideShow Primer

Folks, I’ve just posted a “primer” episode for the upcoming SnideShow podcast. The SnideShow is a left-leaning, interview-driven podcast covering a variety of topics, including politics, current events and social issues. Episode 001 is due out May 1st. Check it … Continue reading

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The Varieties of Religions Experience – Lectures 6 and 7

Chapter-by-chapter thoughts on William James’ The Varieties of Religious Experience (hardcover, Kindle). Lecture VI & V – The Sick Soul I admit I’m a bit confused by James’s treatment of “healthy mindedness.” In his last lecture he seemd to praise it as an outlook … Continue reading

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