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  1. Belated Christmas Show from blacktiemartiniclub’s Podcast

    Sorry this is so late but Libsyn was down from Thursday till Sunday afternoon. It’s so very Christmassy It’ll be like having the holiday last an extra long time!

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  2. The Black Martini Club : Nows the Time

    In which our hero returns to his rightful throne and is met there by two foreign nationals

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  3. BG 137: Artificial Wisdom

    We’re back again with Artificial Intelligence researcher and Zen-dabbler, Ben Gortzel. We continue our exploration of some of the major themes in his non-fiction story "Enlightenment 2.0". This precipitates a conversation about whether consciousness is a result of the mechanisms of the brain, or whether it is fundamental. And connected to that, what are the ethical implications of creating an artificial intelligence, if we do indeed see it as having BuddhaNature? Finally, Ben shares what he has discovered while exploring the notion of "artificial wisdom"—including what difference there is between intelligence and wisdom. He also talks about the seeming incompatibility between intense scientific thinking and enlightenment, and how that might be rectified by creating a more wise and intelligent super-mind. This is part 2 of a two-part series. Listen to part 1, Enlightenment 2.0.

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  4. #620: Live Calls, The Atheist Experience

    Russell Glasser and Martin Wagner. Live Calls. Russell & Martin take lots of callers.

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  5. Wachtel on the Arts - William Kentridge

    William Kentridge is South Africa’s most renowned living artist, famous for his charcoal drawings and animated films that address the social and political realities of South Africa, both during and after apartheid. Eleanor Wachtel, arts journalist and host of Writers & Company, talks to William Kentridge about growing up as the child of anti-apartheid lawyers, his struggle to find his way as an artist, and how South Africa has changed since the end of apartheid.

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  6. #614: TAM Recap

    Matt Dillahunty and Martin Wagner. TAM Recap. Matt recaps his visit to The Amazing Meeting 7.

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  7. The Crucible by Arthur Miller, Part Two

    Here’s an American classic. The Crucible, the great play by Arthur Miller, premiered in 1953, and it famously used the 1690s Salem Witch Trials to offer a commentary on McCarthyite America. Thanks to LA Theatre Works, you can now listen to the play online. The production stars Stacy Keach, Richard Dreyfuss, Ed Begley, Jr., Joe Spano, and Michael York, among others. And it’s directed by Martin Jenkins.

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  8. The Crucible by Arthur Miller, Part One

    Here’s an American classic. The Crucible, the great play by Arthur Miller, premiered in 1953, and it famously used the 1690s Salem Witch Trials to offer a commentary on McCarthyite America. Thanks to LA Theatre Works, you can now listen to the play online. The production stars Stacy Keach, Richard Dreyfuss, Ed Begley, Jr., Joe Spano, and Michael York, among others. And it’s directed by Martin Jenkins.

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  9. Gnome Man’s Land

    Heard in this podcast were

    Arri Gaffer Anima Zabaleta Guy David Justin Lowmaster Radar Masukami Robert Keeme Yxes Delacroix

    and Caleb Bullen as Eustace McGargle

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  10. #595: Live Calls from The Atheist Experience

    Matt Dillahunty and Martin Wagner. Live Calls. Martin takes on live calls

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