Shows tagged with : Dionysus Awards

  • February 12 : The 2012 Dionysus Awards
    Movies play a large role in modern life. We enjoy watching them; we idolize the actors and actresses who appear in them; we analyze the directors....
  • October 23 : Thinking Inside the Box
    Speaking to the National Association of Broadcasters in May 1961, FCC Chairman Newton Minow famously introduced the characterization of television as...
  • February 13 : The Movie Show 2011
    It's the third annual Philosophy Talk Dionysus Awards show!  With the help of listeners and special guests, John and Ken turn a philosophical...
  • February 28 : The Movie Show 2010
    Movies play a large role in modern life. We enjoy watching them; we idolize the actors and actresses who appear in them; we analyze the directors....
  • February 8 : The Movie Show
    Movies play a large role in modern life.  We enjoy watching them; we idolize the actors and actresses who appear in them; we analyze the...

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  • April 26 : When Democracies Torture
    Torture is prohibited under international law and is widely considered a human rights violation. But despite the fact that 157 countries ratified the...
  • May 3 : Reincarnation - Past Lives, Future Selves
    According to Buddhist tradition, all people must suffer illness, aging, and death. Yet the universe is seen as a vast living entity, in which cycles...
  • May 10 : Unconditional Love
    According to Corinthians 13, “Love is patient, love is kind and envies no one.” But is love always unconditional? Should it be? If unconditional love...
  • May 17 : How Words Work - From Noise to Meaning
    Humans have an amazing capacity to communicate. By uttering sounds we are able to convey meaning to those around us. These noises we make take on...
  • May 24 : How Fiction Shapes Us
    A good novel can do many things. It can distract us from the humdrum of daily existence, stimulate our imaginations, and delight us with its creative...
  • May 31 : Why Propaganda Matters
    Governments and other political institutions employ propaganda to sway public opinion, instill ideas, and exert a degree of control over people....
  • June 7 : Turbo-Charging the Mind
    The rapid advance of computer technology in recent decades has produced a vast array of intelligent machines that far outstrip the human mind in...
  • June 14 : Science and Politics - Friends or Foes?
    The ideal of science is objectivity in the service of advancing knowledge. We tend to assume that to be objective, scientists must keep their...
  • June 21 : Summer Reading List 2015
    Summer is here – what philosophers, philosophies, or philosophical issues do you want to read up on? Heidegger's Being and Time ...
  • June 28 : Heidegger
    Best known for his work Being and Time, Martin Heidegger has been hailed by many as the greatest philosopher of the twentieth century. He has...

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