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​How will this week's headlines impact you and your family? Every week, we explore the latest news from Washington D.C. and from the Statehouse, with in-depth analysis of Indiana politics from our bi-partisan team of political experts and analysts. Get 'IN Focus' on the go and stay tuned for exclusive bonus content toward the end of the podcast.
 
Echoes of India is the story of India like you've never heard it before. Host Anirudh Kanisetti takes you on a journey through its wonders, from the Greek art of Afghanistan to the to the thriving ports of Tamil Nadu. Along the way, monks debate, queens boast, and armies roar. From philosophy to politics to economics, the past comes back to life - noisy, breathing, as thriving as the Indian subcontinent is today.
 
A critical but mostly overlooked aspect of both contemporary and historical political violence is the role diaspora communities have played in the planning, organization, financing, and execution of acts of terror. Members of the American Irish, Canadian Sikh, Swiss Tamil and Australian Croat diasporas—to provide just a sample—have all been powerful agents in the terrorist activities perpetrated in the name of their national and religious communities. The Diaspora Politics and Transnational ...
 
Over four days in June 2012, our speakers – philosophers and theologians, historians and writers, believers and non-believers – will consider what it can mean to be religious, and what role the voice of faith may legitimately have in the conversations of citizens in a multicultural, democratic state and in the community of nations.
 
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Modernity is many things. Urbanization, industrialization, technologization. At its simplest, it’s a project of supposed improvement, science, and progress. As a project, then, modernity seeks to expand itself. If improvements can be made, they should be made.Exploration was at the heart of the modern expansionist drive that began in earnest in the…
 
-Amidst the continued surge in Covid-19 cases we hear from Governor Eric Holcomb and Mayor Joe Hogsett about the economic impact of the virus and a potential boost from the NCAA and March Madness -We hear more from our interviews with White House Taskforce Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx and Former State Health Commissioner Judy Monroe…
 
An introduction to the philosophy of Francis Bacon, the father of empiricism. Bacon was born in London in 1561. He was an establishment figure born into one of the most powerful families in Britain. He as a member of the house of commons and the house of lords for 37 years, a lawyer, Attorney General, and a member of the Privy Council, the group wh…
 
With the second surge continuing nationwide, we hear from Dr. Deborah Birx from the Whitehouse Coronavirus Task Force and former state health commissioner Dr. Judith Monroe. Plus, we hear from legislative leaders on both sides of the aisle about what's to come in the State House.
 
What did Bacon give us? Induction, the scientific method, experimentation, his was a theory of epistemology – a theory about knowledge.He said that knowledge about the world comes from the senses and should be carefully and systematically collected to make use of instrumentally.Ok, so there are two lines of criticism I’d like to discuss today. Firs…
 
How do we deal with coronavirus? I look at the 'Great Barrington Declaration' - a group of scientists against lockdowns - and the history of how science is always political.The Declaration has been signed by over 20,000 medical practitioners and scientists, including Professor Sunetra Gupta from Oxford.There are some problems, though. First, anyone…
 
-We talk about the new restrictions happening statewide -We speak with Ed O'Keefe from CBS News to talk about the latest 2020 Election updates -We also hear from Indiana Congressman Andre Carson and Senator Mike Braun -Also Indiana Legislators prepare for Organization Day during the pandemic
 
I look at the thought of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, his anarchism, his mutualism, and his theory of politics. Proudhon was the first self-declared anarchist. He wrote What is Property in 1840. He was not a wide-ranging and difficult writer, he wasn’t a system builder, he was critical of utopianisms, and was fascinated with contradictions.For Proudhon,…
 
An introduction to Pierre-Joseph Proudhon's 1840 book, What is Property?Pierre Joseph Proudhon was the first self-declared anarchist. He wrote What is Property in 1840. He was not a wide-ranging and difficult writer, he wasn’t a system builder, he was critical of utopianisms, and was fascinated with contradictions.For Proudhon, The ideal society wa…
 
An introduction and overview of the British/Latvian philosopher, Isaiah Berlin's 1958 classic lecture on Two Concepts of Liberty.Berlin thought that where philosophers, politicians, and commentators had talked about the idea of freedom as one definable concept, throughout the history of modern thought you could identify two different ideas about wh…
 
-Latest updates on race for President, Governor, and Attorney General, where we hear from AG Candidates Todd Rokita and Jonathan Weinzapfel -We hear more from our interviews with Congressional Candidates Victoria Spartz, Christina Hale, Trey Hollingsworth, and Andy Ruff -Plus the impact of the long lines on Early voting…
 
We recap both the presidential and Indiana gubernatorial debate. We speak with congressional candidates on both sides of the aisle, including Congressmen Greg Pence and Andre Carson. We also hear from Vice President Pence and Dr. Deborah Birx about the rapidly raising cases of coronavirus.
 
We hear reaction to the positive results from Indiana Congressman Larry Buschon. Plus, we have more on the Presidential Debate and Supreme Court showdown from Senator Mike Braun and Former Senator Joe Donnelly. Also, Governor Eric Holcomb and his opponent Woody Myers talk more about the response to the Coronavirus here in Indiana.…
 
Only a month and a half until the 2020 Election, we hear from Senator Todd Young, State Superintendent Jennifer McCormick, and governor candidate Dr. Woody Myers. We also sit down with Vice President Candidate Senator Kamala Harris and discuss the Indiana impact of the return of the Big Ten.
 
President Trump responds to his coronavirus comments - We hear from presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden in Pennsylvania - State Senator Jim Merritt decides to step away from the State House - And others call for a new process to replace retiring law makers.
 
-President Trump and former Vice President Biden head to Kenosha, Wisconsin in the midst of the ongoing tensions -We hear from Vice President Mike Pence in Pennsylvania -We hear from Indiana congressmen Andre Carson and Jim Banks, who has proposed a bill that could take unemployment benefits away from violent protestors…
 
-Reactions from the RNC Senator Mike Braun, and Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg -We hear from Party leaders on both sides on the impact of both conventions and what our Indiana election will look like -We hear from IMPD Chief Randall Taylor and both Attorney General candidates on the politics of policing…
 
Historic Democratic Convention reaction and Republican Convention predictions - We hear from President Trump and State Party chairmen Kyle Hupfer and John Zody - Governor candidate Woody Myers also weighs in - Also we discuss the historical significance and impact this year's democratic ticket has on women of color…
 
In his 1977 essay, “Nietzsche, Genealogy, History”, Michel Foucault criticizes the traditional historical method and makes an argument for why a ‘genealogical’ approach is important. But what is genealogy?It’s a history of us. Of the attitudes and dispositions we embody today. The way we approach and do things. These things often seem like they don…
 
'Individuals have rights, and there are things no person or group may do to them (without violating their rights).'This is American philosopher Robert Nozick’s bold pronouncement at the beginning of anarchy, state, and utopia, a 1975 book that is largely a response to Rawl’s 1971 A Theory of Justice. It's the classic modern defense of libertarian p…
 
I respond to some of your comments on the Rawls video, specifically thinking about utilitarianism, rights, race, and radicalism.Then & Now is FAN-FUNDED! Support me on Patreon and pledge as little as $1 per video: http://patreon.com/user?u=3517018توسط Then & Now
 
We hear from Senators Mike Braun and Todd Young about the government's response and the latest legislation. We also ask Governor Eric Holcomb why Indiana isn't expanding mail-in voting for the November election. We also cover the filling classrooms across Indiana and an empty IMS for this year's Indy 500.…
 
What does it mean for a body – flesh and bones – to be politicized? For the rhythm of heartbeats, the density of muscles, and the flow of the arteries to be molded and shaped by power?What's the best way to rank citizens on a scale? To make the child’s body still, obedient, but strong? How far can we go in engineering modern utopian bodies? Is it p…
 
John Rawls, as we saw last time on Then & Now, came to the following conclusions about what a just society should like. He said that:‘‘All social values—liberty and opportunity, income and wealth, and the bases of self-respect—are to be distributed equally unless an unequal distribution of any, or all, of these values, is to everyone’s advantage.’’…
 
-Differing views from federal leaders and Indiana State Superintendent on going back to school -One on One with President Donald Trump and Dr. Birx -Senator Mike Braun and State Representative Robin Shackleford on justice reform -We also hear from Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton about the recent troubling incident from July 4th…
 
-Governor Holcomb urging masks and Step 4.5 in state's reopening plan - We hear from Gov. Holcomb, Mayor Joe Hogsett, IMS President Doug Boles and more about the future of the Indy 500 - The latest on police reform and more information on police immunity
 
The American philosopher John Rawls was the most influential political thinkers of the late twentieth century. Born in 1921 and died in 2002, he’s responsible for a renaissance in political philosophy.In this introduction to Rawls, I look at A Theory of Justice, his magnum opus. It was published in 1971 and is a philosophy of what a just and fair s…
 
I look at the Black Lives Matter protests and the controversial debate around statues like Edward Colston, Cecil Rhodes, and King Leopold II. What can the philosophy of history and civil disobedience tell us about this moment? What exactly is a statue for? What is public history? How do we think about them ethically? And when is Civil Disobedience …
 
I look at the history of the Spanish Flu of 1918 - the worst pandemic in history - asking what lessons we can learn. Avoiding a traditional approach to the story, I look at history’s worst pandemic from a number of perspectives. As a preface, I think about the memory of the flu and remembrance of World War One – why was the Influenza forgotten, whi…
 
We hear from Senator Mike Braun, Congressmen Andre Carson and Jim Banks, Congressional Candidate Christina Hale and State Senator Eddie Melton about the fights for justice happening all over the nation. Plus, we discuss what happens next after this year's Primary as we prepare for the election in the fall.…
 
Protests break out in Minnesota, Indiana and across the nation after George Floyd was killed by an officer. We discuss the protests in Indiana, and we hear from Mayor Joe Hogsett and IMPD Chief Randal Taylor and many other state leaders. We also discuss the upcoming Indiana primary ballot concerns and the highly contended congressional seat.…
 
An introduction to Thomas Kuhn’s The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, published in 1962, and itself a revolutionary approach to the philosophy of science. The book was both influential and controversial.Born in 1922, Kuhn began his career as a physicist before turning to the history of science. He was interested in how scientists approach their…
 
How will the virus continue to impact Indiana's economy as we open up? What efforts are being put in place to help you, your family and your business? We ask Congressman Andre Carson, Congresswoman Susan Brooks, Department of Workforce Development Commissioner Fred Payne and mayors of Indianapolis, South Bend, Fishers, Evansville, Fort Wayne and Te…
 
Election year changes due the coronavirus pandemic - Will Attorney General Curtis Hill keep his job? - We hear from governor candidate Dr. Woody Myers and his running mate Linda Lawson - We also hear from two of the leading candidates for the Congressional Primary
 
In a follow up to the Fist of Modernity I look at the history of the police in England in the nineteenth century, particularly at David Churchill’s critique of the State Monopolisation Thesis which was influenced by Max Weber and articulated through the work of historians like V.A.C. Gatrell and his concept of the policeman state.Then & Now is FAN-…
 
The foundations of modern policing are based not on justice, but on the punishing of poverty, the imposition of the status quo, the disciplining of the public, the constriction of liberty, and justified as the protection against an ugly, sinful, idle, greedy, and organised criminal class that has no basis in reality.In this video I look at the birt…
 
What is modernity? I look at this question through my previous video - the Shock of Modernity - and my next video - the Fist of Modernity - and ask how we can think about the vague term and how it applies to the current COVID-19 pandemic. I take a brief look at Foucault's comments on the Plague during the 17th century and its place in the genealogy…
 
How is the coronavirus affecting Indiana? We hear from Senators Todd Young and Mike Braun. We also talk with Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett. Plus, you'll hear updates from U.S. Surgeon General and former Indiana Health Commissioner Jerome Adams.
 
I take a look back at the introduction to Romanticism to see if it can offer any insights to current events, including the Covid-19 pandemic, climate change and little issues like modernity, reason and industrialization.توسط Then & Now
 
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