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Show 586: Massimo Pigliucci on Stoicism

Massimo Pigliucci on Stoicism (From Publisher): Whenever we worry about what to eat, how to love, or simply how to be happy, we are worrying about how to lead a good life. No goal is more elusive. In How to Be … Continue reading

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Show 578: The EOF Project w/ Jessica Schab and Diego Fontanive

 . One of the core topics we discuss on this show, probably since we first went on the air in the summer of 2002, is how do we understand how people think, why they think as they do, and how … Continue reading

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Show 418: Free Will and Moral Responsibility

Who deserves their fate in life?  This question is increasingly being raised from various ranks in our society.  Over the past year or so there has been a spate of books discussing our ability to empathize as central to being … Continue reading

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Show 416: Promoting African-American Humanism

Promoting African-American Humanism It is generally understood that the struggle of Black Americans to overcome the numerous obstacles to freedom and empowerment that has been placed in their way has always been supported by their unwavering faith, and by the … Continue reading

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Show 406: Humanist for the Holidays

Humanist for the Holidays – Call-In Special! With the holiday season comes a lot of cognitive (and emotional) dissonance for politically conscious humanists. If you were raised with religion, you might have fond memories called up by holiday decorations that … Continue reading

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Show 390: Transhumanism – Understanding Our Technological Future

Transhumanism – Understanding Our Technological Future w/ James Hughes Humans are inextricably linked to the technology we create, and the technology we create in turn shapes us.  In the next few decades a confluence of high technologies including nano-tech, bio-tech, … Continue reading

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Show 383: Paul Kurtz: Humanist

Paul Kurtz: Humanist It has a long history dating back to the Renaissance, picked up steam during the Enlightenment and the Scientific Revolution, and became the umbrella philosophy for atheists, agnostics, skeptics and other freethinkers during the 20th Century. Does … Continue reading

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Show 379: More Sex!

This week Equal Time for Freethought continues it’s examination of how healthy sexuality might be expressed in a society that wasn’t dominated by shame, puritanicalism, and sexploitation. As we envision becoming a society of people who are happier, healthier, and … Continue reading

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Show 363: Box Brown From Everything Dies

Humanist Funnies! A Conversation With Cartoonist Box Brown From “Everything Dies” Host Michael ONeil interviews Box Brown, who recently finished his webcomic, “Bellen!”, to focus totally on the web-and-print, religion-based comic: Everything Dies.  He lives in Philadelphia with Sarah, Buster … Continue reading

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Show 362: Michael De Dora

A Conversation with Freethought community leader, Michael De Dora Join us for a chat with the director of the Center for Inquiry-NYC, Michael De Dora, on his work with the center, and within the NYC Freethought community as a whole, … Continue reading

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