AndrewHazlett / Andrew Hazlett

Writer embedded with insurgent do-gooders in Baltimore | in-progress: @GoucherCNFMFA| supporter: @hackbmore @impacthubbalt | book reader & critic | tw: @andrewhazlett | web:

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  1. The Book of My Enemy Has Been Remaindered by Clive James | The Writer’s Almanac with Garrison Keillor

    The Writer’s Almanac with Garrison Keillor: ‘The Book of My Enemy Has Been Remaindered’ by Clive James, and the literary and historical notes for Friday, October

    3, 2008.

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  2. 27 - Dave Barry on Humor, Writing, and Life as a Florida Man

    Though most know him first as a humor columnist, Dave Barry’s career has spanned many forms of media, including books, movies, TV, and music. Driving this relentless output, says Barry, is the constant worry he’ll find himself stuck in a rut — or worse — no longer funny. And do we even need professional comedians in an age where so many funny amateurs are readily available online?

    Tyler and Dave discuss all these topics and more, including the weirdness of Peter Pan, what makes Florida special, how it felt to teach Roger McQuinn a lick on the guitar, and why business writing is so terrible.

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  3. #93 — Identity & Terror

    In this episode of the Waking Up podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Douglas Murray about identity politics, the rise of white nationalism, the events in Charlottesville, guilt by association, the sources of western values, the problem of finding meaning in a secular world, and other topics. You can support the Waking Up podcast at

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  4. BBC Radio 4 - In Our Time, William Hazlitt

    Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the life and works of the essayist William Hazlitt.

    Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the life and works of William Hazlitt. Hazlitt is best known for his essays, which ranged in subject matter from Shakespeare, through his first meeting with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, to a boxing match. What is less well-known, however, is that he began his writing life as a philosopher, before deliberately abandoning the field for journalism. Nonetheless, his early reasoning about the power of the imagination to take human beings beyond narrow self-interest, as encapsulated in his ‘Essay on the Principles of Human Action’, shines through his more popular work.Hazlitt is a figure full of contradictions - a republican who revered Napoleon, and a radical who admired the conservative philosopher Edmund Burke. His reputation suffered terribly from his book ‘Liber Amoris’, a self-revealing memoir of his infatuation with his landlady’s daughter. But in the Victorian and Edwardian eras, his importance was acknowledged by writers like Charles Dickens, Robert Louis Stevenson and Ford Madox Ford. In the 180 years since his death, his stature as perhaps the finest essayist in the language has grown and grown. With:Jonathan BateProfessor of English Literature at the University of Warwick Anthony GraylingProfessor of Philosophy at Birkbeck College, University of LondonUttara NatarajanSenior Lecturer in the Department of English and Comparative Literature at Goldsmiths College, University of LondonProducer: Phil Tinline.

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  5. A Critical Intro to Foucault

    An introductory talk on Michel Foucault given by Michael Roth at Wesleyan University.

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  6. Michael Roth on Why Liberal Education Matters


    Michael Roth, president of Wesleyan University, makes his case for what he terms "pragmatic liberal learning," and why a liberal university education matters today in America.

    Host Jonathan Judaken talks with Wesleyan University President Michael Roth, author of the recent book Beyond the University: Why Liberal Education Matters. They discuss the relevance of a liberal education in an America where a liberal education, according to Roth, helps prepare individuals not just for college and their first job, but also encourages inquiry and formation of lifelong beliefs and understandings.

    Roth will be giving a free public lecture October 23, 2014 at Rhodes College.

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  7. TummelVision 29: Ted Rheingold live from Supernova and ambient sociality : Heather Gold, Deborah Schultz and Kevin Marks : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive

    Heather Gold, Deborah Schultz and Kevin Marks A weekly podcast that explores the human side of technology - people before data. A Tummler is a Yiddish word…

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  8. TummelVision 29: Ted Rheingold live from Supernova and ambient sociality | Tummelvision

    HOSTED By Heather Gold, Deborah Schultz, & Kevin Marks

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  9. Historian Mark Bray Explores Antifa’s Roots | Forum | Forum | KQED

    Anti-fascist groups, or antifa, have been criticized for attacking peaceful right-wing demonstrators and journalists in Berkeley over the weekend. That

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  10. I Have to Ask - Mark Lilla | Listen via Stitcher Radio On Demand

    Listen to I Have to Ask episodes free, on demand. Mark Lilla is the author of The Once and Future Liberal: After Identity Politics. He sits down with Isaac Chotiner to debate why Democrats keep losing elections, whether America really used to be more united than it is today, and how much of the Republicans’ recent success is owed to racism. Listen to over 65,000+ radio shows, podcasts and live radio stations for free on your iPhone, iPad, Android and PC. Discover the best of news, entertainment, comedy, sports and talk radio on demand with Stitcher Radio.


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