On this program, we welcome back Garret Keizer who is the author, most recently, of Getting Schooled: The Reeducation of an American Teacher. A contributing editor at Harper’s Magazine and a former Guggenheim Fellow, he has written for the Los Angeles Times, Mother Jones, The New Yorker, The New York Times, and is the author of eight books.
This program features a conversation with Sam Harris, author of numerous best-selling books, cofounder and CEO of Project Reason, and author most recently of Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality Without Religion. Dr. Harris received a degree in philosophy from Stanford University and a PhD in neuroscience from UCLA. He is often associated with the Continue reading
On this program, we’ll talk with William Levin, PhD, author of Parenting Without Fear: The Foundation for Raising Balanced Children in a Healing World. William Levin is a clinical psychologist who received his Ph.D. from the Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies at Adelphi University in Garden City, NY, and he has been in full-time private practice since 1990.
W.Dan and Stuart Campbell talk about The Brewer’s Tale: A History of the World According to Beer by William Bostwick.
My guest on this program is Will Storr, British novelist and long-form journalist. He has reported from refugee camps in Africa, war-torn rural Colombia, and remote Aboriginal communities in Australia. He is a contributing editor at Esquire, and his stories have appeared in many periodicals. In 2012, he was presented with the Amnesty International award for his work on sexual violence against men. He is the author most recently of The Unpersuadables: Adventures with the Enemies of Science. Continue reading
This program features a conversation with Laurence Steinberg, Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Temple University. He is a nationally recognized expert on parent-child relations and psychological development during adolescence, and the author of the leading Continue reading
This program features a conversation with Michael Graziano, Professor of Neuroscience at Princeton University. Author of several non-fiction books, his most recent is Consciousness and the Social Brain, in which he presents a theory for how the brain produces consciousness. He has also written novels, children’s books, and music.
On this program we’ll talk with intellectual historian, journalist, and author Peter Watson. His most recent book explores one of the modern world’s most important yet controversial intellectual achievements: atheism. The book, The Age of Atheists: How We Have Sought to Live Since the Death of God, explores the revolutionary ideas and big questions provoked by some of the greatest philosophical, scientific, & political minds of the last Continue reading
This program features an interview with philosopher Simon Blackburn, author most recently of Mirror, Mirror: The Uses and Abuses of Self-Love. The book is a philosophical commentary on our modern culture, and presents a biting critique of narcissism and other vices of the overinflated self. He taught philosophy for many years at the University of Continue reading
My guest on this program is journalist Peter Eichstaedt, who has reported from locations worldwide. He attended school in Mexico, and worked as a journalist in Santa Fe, New Mexico for over 20 years, and has written a number of books. His most recent is The Dangerous Divide: Peril and Promise on the US-Mexico Border.
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