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  1. Live Episode! Walker & Company: Tristan Walker (2019) : NPR

    The very first time Tristan Walker shaved, he woke up the next morning with razor bumps all over his face. "I was like, what is this?" he remembers saying. "I am never shaving again—ever." He soon discovered that like him, many men of color were frustrated by the lack of shaving products for coarse or curly hair. Fifteen years after that first disastrous shave, and after countless meetings with doubtful investors, Tristan launched Bevel, a subscription shaving system built around a single-blade razor. Eventually his brand Walker & Company grew to include 36 hair and beauty products, used by millions of men and women across the U.S. In 2018, Walker & Company was sold to Proctor & Gamble, and Tristan became P&G's first black CEO. This show was recorded live at the Lincoln Theatre in Washington, D.C in September 2019.

    https://www.npr.org/2022/02/25/1083090601/live-episode-walker-company-tristan-walker-2019

    —Huffduffed by jsmusgrave

  2. At a Crossroads | Jordan B. Peterson | 2022 Commencement Address

    Jordan B. Peterson is a clinical psychologist, professor emeritus of psychology at the University of Toronto, and the author of three books: Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos, and Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life. He received a B.A. in political science and a B.A. in psychology from the University of Alberta, and an M.A. and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from McGill University. He has published more than 100 scientific papers, his podcasts have over 55 million downloads and consistently rank #1 in the Higher Education category on iTunes, and he was nominated for five consecutive years as One of Ontario’s Best University Lecturers.

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  3. “The Scapegoat”: Rene Girard CBC “Ideas” Series MP3 Downloads – AUTICULTURE

    For anyone interested in getting a fuller understanding of Rene Girard’s ideas, this is how I was introduced to them. It’s a 5 part radio show from CBC, the Canadian Broadcasting Company, that includes an interview with Girard mixed with an easy to follow summation of his ideas by the narrator.

    “The Scapegoat: René Girard’s Anthropology of Violence and Religion, Part 1 – 5

    “Human beings, according to French thinker René Girard, are fundamentally imitative creatures. We copy each other’s desires and are in perpetual conflict with one another over the objects of our desire. In early human communities, this conflict created a permanent threat of violence and forced our ancestors to find a way to unify themselves. They chose a victim, a scapegoat, an evil one against whom the community could unite. Biblical religion, according to Girard, has attempted to overcome this historic plight. From the unjust murder of Abel by his brother Cain to the crucifixion of Christ, the Bible reveals the innocence of the victim. It is on this revelation that modern society unquietly rests. Girard’s ideas have influenced social scientists over his long career as a writer and teacher.

    IDEAS producer David Cayley introduces this seminal thinker to a wider audience.”

    Since this essential series is no longer listed at the CBC site, I have created an archive for the five audios here. These are direct downloads.

    Part One

    Part Two

    Part Three

    Part Four

    Part Five

    https://auticulture.com/the-skapegoat-rene-girard-cbc-series-mp3-downloads/

    —Huffduffed by jsmusgrave

  4. “The Scapegoat”: Rene Girard CBC “Ideas” Series MP3 Downloads – AUTICULTURE

    For anyone interested in getting a fuller understanding of Rene Girard’s ideas, this is how I was introduced to them. It’s a 5 part radio show from CBC, the Canadian Broadcasting Company, that includes an interview with Girard mixed with an easy to follow summation of his ideas by the narrator.

    “The Scapegoat: René Girard’s Anthropology of Violence and Religion, Part 1 – 5

    “Human beings, according to French thinker René Girard, are fundamentally imitative creatures. We copy each other’s desires and are in perpetual conflict with one another over the objects of our desire. In early human communities, this conflict created a permanent threat of violence and forced our ancestors to find a way to unify themselves. They chose a victim, a scapegoat, an evil one against whom the community could unite. Biblical religion, according to Girard, has attempted to overcome this historic plight. From the unjust murder of Abel by his brother Cain to the crucifixion of Christ, the Bible reveals the innocence of the victim. It is on this revelation that modern society unquietly rests. Girard’s ideas have influenced social scientists over his long career as a writer and teacher.

    IDEAS producer David Cayley introduces this seminal thinker to a wider audience.”

    Since this essential series is no longer listed at the CBC site, I have created an archive for the five audios here. These are direct downloads.

    Part One

    Part Two

    Part Three

    Part Four

    Part Five

    https://auticulture.com/the-skapegoat-rene-girard-cbc-series-mp3-downloads/

    —Huffduffed by jsmusgrave

  5. Part Three

    For anyone interested in getting a fuller understanding of Rene Girard’s ideas, this is how I was introduced to them. It’s a 5 part radio show from CBC, the Canadian Broadcasting Company, that includes an interview with Girard mixed with an easy to follow summation of his ideas by the narrator.

    “The Scapegoat: René Girard’s Anthropology of Violence and Religion, Part 1 – 5

    “Human beings, according to French thinker René Girard, are fundamentally imitative creatures. We copy each other’s desires and are in perpetual conflict with one another over the objects of our desire. In early human communities, this conflict created a permanent threat of violence and forced our ancestors to find a way to unify themselves. They chose a victim, a scapegoat, an evil one against whom the community could unite. Biblical religion, according to Girard, has attempted to overcome this historic plight. From the unjust murder of Abel by his brother Cain to the crucifixion of Christ, the Bible reveals the innocence of the victim. It is on this revelation that modern society unquietly rests. Girard’s ideas have influenced social scientists over his long career as a writer and teacher.

    IDEAS producer David Cayley introduces this seminal thinker to a wider audience.”

    Since this essential series is no longer listed at the CBC site, I have created an archive for the five audios here. These are direct downloads.

    Part One

    Part Two

    Part Three

    Part Four

    Part Five

    https://auticulture.com/the-skapegoat-rene-girard-cbc-series-mp3-downloads/

    —Huffduffed by jsmusgrave

  6. “The Scapegoat”: Rene Girard CBC “Ideas” Series MP3 Downloads – AUTICULTURE

    For anyone interested in getting a fuller understanding of Rene Girard’s ideas, this is how I was introduced to them. It’s a 5 part radio show from CBC, the Canadian Broadcasting Company, that includes an interview with Girard mixed with an easy to follow summation of his ideas by the narrator.

    “The Scapegoat: René Girard’s Anthropology of Violence and Religion, Part 1 – 5

    “Human beings, according to French thinker René Girard, are fundamentally imitative creatures. We copy each other’s desires and are in perpetual conflict with one another over the objects of our desire. In early human communities, this conflict created a permanent threat of violence and forced our ancestors to find a way to unify themselves. They chose a victim, a scapegoat, an evil one against whom the community could unite. Biblical religion, according to Girard, has attempted to overcome this historic plight. From the unjust murder of Abel by his brother Cain to the crucifixion of Christ, the Bible reveals the innocence of the victim. It is on this revelation that modern society unquietly rests. Girard’s ideas have influenced social scientists over his long career as a writer and teacher.

    IDEAS producer David Cayley introduces this seminal thinker to a wider audience.”

    Since this essential series is no longer listed at the CBC site, I have created an archive for the five audios here. These are direct downloads.

    Part One

    Part Two

    Part Three

    Part Four

    Part Five

    https://auticulture.com/the-skapegoat-rene-girard-cbc-series-mp3-downloads/

    —Huffduffed by jsmusgrave

  7. “The Scapegoat”: Rene Girard CBC “Ideas” Series MP3 Downloads – AUTICULTURE

    For anyone interested in getting a fuller understanding of Rene Girard’s ideas, this is how I was introduced to them. It’s a 5 part radio show from CBC, the Canadian Broadcasting Company, that includes an interview with Girard mixed with an easy to follow summation of his ideas by the narrator.

    “The Scapegoat: René Girard’s Anthropology of Violence and Religion, Part 1 – 5

    “Human beings, according to French thinker René Girard, are fundamentally imitative creatures. We copy each other’s desires and are in perpetual conflict with one another over the objects of our desire. In early human communities, this conflict created a permanent threat of violence and forced our ancestors to find a way to unify themselves. They chose a victim, a scapegoat, an evil one against whom the community could unite. Biblical religion, according to Girard, has attempted to overcome this historic plight. From the unjust murder of Abel by his brother Cain to the crucifixion of Christ, the Bible reveals the innocence of the victim. It is on this revelation that modern society unquietly rests. Girard’s ideas have influenced social scientists over his long career as a writer and teacher.

    IDEAS producer David Cayley introduces this seminal thinker to a wider audience.”

    Since this essential series is no longer listed at the CBC site, I have created an archive for the five audios here. These are direct downloads.

    Part One

    Part Two

    Part Three

    Part Four

    Part Five

    https://auticulture.com/the-skapegoat-rene-girard-cbc-series-mp3-downloads/

    —Huffduffed by jsmusgrave

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