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#53 - Jim Madden on Learning to be Free
Jim Madden is a Professor of Philosophy at Benedictine College and a martial artist. He is the author of Mind, Matter, and Nature: A Thomistic Proposal for the Philosophy of Mind and Ageless Athlete. In this episode we discuss the type of life a philosopher must live, how one learns to become free in the face of modern nihilism, and Jim’s upcoming book Thinking about Thinking: Mind and Meaning in the Era of Technological Nihilism. Check out Jim’s new website where you can read the intro to his new book and more. You can follow Jim on twitter @JDMadden3 Follow Amos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/amosdowber Follow IJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ijmakan Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:57:29
September 17, 2021
#52 - Kazingram Roundtable on Race, Christianity, and Culture
In our second episode of Kazingram Roundtable, our editors sit down with Axel Kazadi to discuss race and social construction, how Christianity has formed our culture’s morality, what the decline of Christianity might mean, and what it means to have a secular state. Axel Kazadi is Director and Assistant Professor of Theology at Kingswood University in Sussex, New Brunswick. He is a PhD student in theology at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, working on a dissertation that focuses on the relation between eucharistic sacrifice and the church in the theologies of Martin Bucer, Peter Vermigli, and Thomas Cranmer. Follow Axel on IG: https://www.instagram.com/axel.m.kazadi/ Follow Axel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AxelKazadi2  Follow Amos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/amosdowber Follow IJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ijmakan Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:37:49
July 23, 2021
#51 - Axel Kazadi on Nietzche, Hip-hop, and Religion
Axel Kazadi is Director and Assistant Professor of Theology at Kingswood University in Sussex, New Brunswick. Back before becoming a professor, Axel was a hip-hop artist. He is a PhD candidate in Theology at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto. He specializes in the theology of John Calvin. In this episode, we discuss hip-hop, the importance of practice and habits for success, the importance of community for self-development, as well as Nietzche and Kierkegaard on Christian ethics. Follow Axel on IG: https://www.instagram.com/axel.m.kazadi/ Follow Amos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/amosdowber Follow IJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ijmakan Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:57:06
June 25, 2021
#50 - Kaelynne Makan on Love and Overcoming Suffering
Kaelynne Makan is Kazingram Dialogue’s number one fan. She is a liturgical artist and a content editor. She is also the wife of our founder and co-host, I.J. Makan. In this episode I.J. and Kaelynne discuss marriage, love, child loss, the importance of habits, and how experiencing as well as overcoming suffering shapes both humans and human relationships. You can Follow Kaelynne's page Liturgy and Calligraphy on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/liturgyandcalligraphy And subscribe to her Substack to get art and devotions via e-mail: https://liturgycalligraphy.substack.com Follow Amos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/amosdowber Follow IJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ijmakan Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
02:13:09
June 4, 2021
#49 - Samuel Sey on Critical Race Theory
Samuel Sey is an author, speaker, and blogger. In this episode we discuss the history and tenants of Critical Race Theory, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the fallout from Sam's recent talk at Ambrose University. You can follow Sam's blog, Slow to Write or find him on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. In this episode Sam mentions the following books: Fault Lines by Voddie Baucham Confronting Injustice by Thaddeus Williams Explaining Post-Modernism by Stephen Hicks Cynical Theories by James Lindsay and Helen Pluckrose White Guilt by Shelby Steele The Quest for Cosmic Justice and Discrimination and Disparities by Thomas Sowell. Follow Amos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/amosdowber Follow IJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ijmakan Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:28:24
May 19, 2021
#48 - Jason Eberl on The Nature of Human Persons
Jason Eberl is the director and professor of Albert Gnaegi Center for Health Care Ethics, at Saint Louis University. In this episode, we talk about whether humans have a soul, the relationship of the mind and body, what constitutes death, the possibility of resurrection, and the possibility of alien life. Fascinating conversation, you don’t want to miss it. During the episode, we mention Jason's ongoing debate at the Romanell Center's Blog, and the upcoming third volume of essays on Star Wars and Philosophy, Star Wars and Philosophy Strikes Back. Follow Amos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/amosdowber Follow IJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ijmakan Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:48:38
April 30, 2021
#47 - Jim Madden on Technology, Academia, and Aliens
Jim Madden is a Professor of Philosophy and martial artist. He is the author of Mind, Matter, and Nature: A Thomistic Proposal for the Philosophy of Mind and Ageless Athlete. In this episode, we talk with Jim about risk asymmetries in modern academia, Heidegger's critique of technology and how technology shapes humanity's relationship with the world, aliens, the philosophy of mind, and the importance of having skin in the game. You can listen to the episode of the Pat Flynn show that Jim mentions here. Follow Amos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/amosdowber Follow IJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ijmakan Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:57:32
April 16, 2021
#46 - Stefany Nieto on Psychedelics
Stefany Nieto is an entrepreneur. She is the founder and executive director of Green Iglu, a company dedicated to helping address food scarcity in the artic through the development of technology that can support local food production in harsh environments. She is also the Co-founder and chief operating officer of Gwella, a company seeking to provide access to a wide range of adaptogenic, functional, and psychedelic mushrooms in order to promote health and wellness. She was named human of the year by Vice Canada in 2017. In this episode our host I. J. Makan talks to Stefany about the founding of Green Iglua and Gwella, the psychology of psychedelics and paranormal experience, the war on drugs and the future of medicinal psychedelics, and more. Follow Stefany on Twitter: https://twitter.com/stefanyvie Follow Stegany on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stefanyvie/  Be sure to check out Gwella and Green Iglu. Follow Amos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/amosdowber Follow IJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ijmakan Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
57:45
March 4, 2021
#45 - Joel Nicoloff on the Problem with Big Government
Joel Nicoloff is the co-host of The Six Cents Report, a podcast dedicated to analyzing events that impact Canadians from a theological and economic perspective. He is a husband and father of two, a professional account, and an autodidact. He enjoys intellectual conversations about theology, economics, philosophy, and politics. He has a principle-based approach for analyzing issues and consequently has many contrarian perspectives. In this episode, we talk with Joel about the COVID-19 lockdowns, libertarianism, the role of government intervention, the centralization of government power, and whether conservatives should support free markets. Follow Joel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tjoeln39 Follow Amos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/amosdowber Follow IJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ijmakan Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
02:08:45
February 4, 2021
#44 - Adam Cohen-Aslatei on the Future of Online Dating
Adam Cohen-Aslatei is a graduate of Harvard, the founder and CEO of S'more, and formerly the managing director of Chappy, Bumble's gay dating app. In this episode we talk to Adam about S’more, the dating app he founded that is aimed at rejecting the superficiality of online dating in favor of forming intentional long-term relationships. We also discuss the future of online dating, including the integration of virtual reality technology and artificial intelligence. You can follow Adam on Twitter and Instagram Follow S'more on Twitter and Instagram If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
57:50
January 19, 2021
#43 - Karen Stiller on Writing a Memoir and Being a Minister's Wife
Karen Stiller is senior editor of Faith Today, one of Canada’s leading Christian magazines. She is the host of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada’s podcast. She is a moderator of the annual Religion and Society series at the University of Toronto, a debate series between leading atheists and theologians that seeks to generate critical conversations on matters of faith, society and public interest.   In this episode, we talk with Karen about her recently released memoir "The Minister’s Wife", what lead her to write it, the social struggles and blessings of being a minister’s wife, as well as the importance of honesty for life and writing. You can find Karen Stiller: https://karenstiller.com/ https://www.instagram.com/karen.stiller/ https://twitter.com/KarenStiller1 If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:24:15
November 26, 2020
#42 - James Madden on Mortality, Meaning, and Family
James Madden is a Professor of Philosophy and martial artist. He is the author of Mind, Matter, and Nature: A Thomistic Proposal for the Philosophy of Mind and Ageless Athlete. In this episode, Jim returns to discuss his experience with getting Covid-19, mortality, finding meaning in one's life, the meaning of religious language, the loss of culture in North America and how this cripples our ethics, as well as raising a family in the modern world. You can listen to Jim's latest lectures at the Thomistic institute here, here, and here. If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
02:20:31
November 4, 2020
#41 - Suan Sonna on Catholicism & Conservatism
Suan Sonna is the host of Intellectual Conservatism, a YouTube Channel and Podcast committed to the promotion and understanding of conservative ideals and principles through intellectual dialogue and discourse. In this episode, we discuss Suan's friendship with the powerful Sir Roger Scruton, Catholicism and the Papacy, Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the supreme court, and the present state of American conservatism. You can follow Intellectual Conservatism on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/intellectualconservatism You can listen to the Intellectual Conservatism podcast: https://intellectualconservatism.libsyn.com/ If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:36:38
October 21, 2020
#40 - Sophie Thomas on Fitness, Values, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Sophie Thomas is a personal trainer, philosopher, psychology graduate student, and model. In this episode, we talk to Sophie about the relation between philosophy and the value structures that underlie training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, the importance of comradery in learning martial arts, the formation of cultures, and Portuguese linguistics. You can follow Sophie on Instagram @sofietee and check out her website https://www.thecosmicmovement.com/ Toronto Star article featuring Kazingram Dialogue: https://www.thestar.com/entertainment/2020/05/10/dollar-store-food-baskin-robbins-and-millennial-dating-toronto-based-podcasts-you-might-not-have-heard-of.html If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:50:07
September 30, 2020
#39 - Amos Dowber on Tradition and the Sources of Western Culture
In this episode, our editor-in-chief I.J. Makan talks to editor Amos Dowber about the importance of tradition in communicating knowledge, tradition vs traditionalism, the middle eastern sources of "Western culture," and political philosophy. If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:39:51
September 16, 2020
#38 - Candice Malcolm on Trudeau's WE Charity Scandal
Candice Malcolm is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of True North, an independent, non-governmental, non-partisan organization that conducts research and investigative journalism into important public issues in Canada. She is an author, an investigative journalist, a nationally syndicated columnist with the Toronto Sun.  In this episode, we talk to Candice about Trudeau's WE charity scandal and the bias against independent journalism in Canada's mainstream media.  Follow Candice on Twitter - https://twitter.com/CandiceMalcolm True North on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TrueNorthCentre If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:22:37
August 28, 2020
#37 - Lyman Stone on Population, Demographics, and the Future of North America
Lyman Stone is is an Adjunct Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and a Research Fellow at the Institute for Family Studies. Lyman was formerly a consultant for businesses on demographic trends, a Lutheran missionary in Hong Kong, and an agricultural economist at USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service. He has an MA in international trade policy from the George Washington University. In this episode Amos sits down with Lyman stone to discuss the current slump in North American birthrate, why that might spell economic downturn as well as social unrest in our near future, and potential solutions to the problem. If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:07:29
August 14, 2020
#36 - Paul Franks on the Problem of Evil & Suffering
Paul Franks is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Tyndale University where he has taught for over ten years. Paul specializes in the philosophy of religion and has written extensively on free-will, the existence of God, and the problem of evil in relation to the question of God's existence. In this episode, Paul discusses the book he recently edited Explaining Evil: Four Views, the problem of evil, the nature of evil, the role of suffering in human life, the publishing industry, and political correctness. You can follow Paul Franks on twitter @WPaul If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:49:27
July 31, 2020
#35 - Amos Dowber on The Ethics of the Common Good
Amos Dowber is a theologian & philosopher, and the editor of Kazingram Dialogue. He has an MA in Theology from Regent College. Read his thesis here: https://regent-college.academia.edu/AmosDowber  Follow Amos Dowber - https://twitter.com/AmosDowber  If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:21:36
July 17, 2020
#34 - Jian "Jeff" Guo on the Afterlife, Sex, and Gun Laws in Canada
Jian "Jeff" Guo is a computer scientist and engineer. He is also a mixed martial artist, painter, and a singer. In this episode we discuss the afterlife from an agnostic/Buddhist perspective, traditional medicine, the sex industry, gun laws in Canada, and police brutality. You can follow him on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jian_jeffrey/ If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
02:52:31
July 3, 2020
#33 - Jennifer Hart Weed on Philosophy of Science & Human Nature
Dr. Jennifer Hart Weed is an associate Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of New Brunswick. She specializes in Medieval Philosophy and also teaches courses on metaphysics, philosophy of mind, and the philosophy of science. She currently serves as the president for the Canadian Society of Christian Philosophers. You can find more about Jennifer: https://www.unb.ca/faculty-staff/directory/arts-fr-philosophy/weed-jennifer.html For 2021 annual conference please visit: http://cscp-scpc.ca/?page_id=6 If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:44:30
June 19, 2020
#32 - Joel Nicoloff and Darnell Samuel on the Role of Government and the Lockdowns
Darnell Samuels and Joel Nicoloff are hosts of The Six Cents Report, where they analyze events that impact Canadians from a theological and economic perspective. Darnell is a journalist who is well-versed in the disciplines of history, theology and economics. In addition to the Six Cents Report, he also hosts the Thanks Coach podcast, a docu-series detailing the successes, challenges and life lessons learned by players and coaches who have impacted Canadian basketball. Joel is a husband and father of two, a professional account, and an autodidact. He enjoys intellectual conversations about theology, economics, philosophy, and politics. He has a principle-based approach for analyzing issues and consequently has many contrarian perspectives. In this episode editor-in-chief I.J. Makan and editor Amos Dowber sit down with Joel and Darnell to discuss the lockdowns, the purpose of law and the government, liberty, and the common good. You can find Darnell on Twitter @dogudda_darnell and Instagram. Check out his blog High End Theories You can also find Joel on Twitter @tjoeln39 and Instagram. If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:37:31
June 12, 2020
#31 - Igor Gontcharov on the War on Drugs
Igor Gontcharov is a policy analyst currently working for the Canadian Federal Government. His focus is on the promotion of science and results based policy over emotionally driven policy. In this episode we talk with Igor about the failures of drug policy in Canada and the USA, safe injection sites, the sociology of drug addiction, as well as failures of the war on drugs and prohibition more generally. If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:29:36
May 29, 2020
#30 - Gaven Kerr on God, Being, and Realism
Gaven Kerr is a lecturer in Philosophy at St. Patrick's College Maynooth in Ireland. His areas of expertise are in medieval philosophy (especially the work of Thomas Aquinas) and modern philosophy (with a focus on Immanuel Kant). He is the author of Aquinas's Way to God: The Proof in De Ente et Essentia, a study of St. Thomas Aquinas's existential proof for the existence of God, and Aquinas and the Metaphysics of Creation. Gaven is a Third order Dominican, a husband, father, and martial artist. In this episode we talk about Aquinas's proof for the existence of God from being, The nature of God, epistemological realism, and the integration of philosophy with life.  You can follow Gaven on Twitter and check out his Blog, The Bearded Thomist If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:43:10
May 22, 2020
#29 - Amos Dowber on Localism
In this episode, our host, I.J. Makan, sits down with Amos Dowber, the editor, to talk about the long-term effects of the lockdowns, Small towns, and Localism. Follow @AmosDowber Follow @ijmakan If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:03:14
May 15, 2020
#28 - Darnell Samuels on Training, Coaching, and Competition
Darnell Samuels is a journalist who is well-versed in the disciplines of history, theology and economics. He is the co-host of The Six Cents Report, where he analyzes events that impact Canadians from a theological and economic perspective. He also hosts the Thanks Coach podcast, a docu-series detailing the successes, challenges and life lessons learned by players and coaches who have impacted Canadian basketball. In this episode we talk about training and self-mastery, the role of unsupervised play and bullying in socialization, life lessons Darnell learned working in Ontario subsidized housing projects and as a basketball coach, and the importance of competition in society. You can find Darnell on Twitter @dogudda_darnell and Instagram. Check out his blog High End Theories If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:53:17
May 8, 2020
#27 - Kazingram Roundtable with Axel Kazadi
Axel is a PhD student in theology at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto. He specializes in the theology of John Calvin. In this first episode of Kazingram Roundtable, a more personal discussion between friends of Kazingram Dialogue and the editors (I.J and Amos), we talk with Axel Kazadi about COVID-19, ethics, the Chinese government, and the difference between human consciousness and AI. If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
02:35:31
April 24, 2020
#26 - James Madden on Freedom, Education, and the Good Life
James (Jim) Madden is an author, speaker, martial artist, and Professor of Philosophy at Benedictine College. Check out his books on the philosophy of mind “Mind, Matter, and Nature: A Thomistic Proposal for the Philosophy of Mind (CUA Press)” and "Tactical Barbell Presents: Ageless Athlete" You can follow Jim @jamesDMadden3 Subscribe to Being Real Podcast Check out Tactical Barell If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
02:21:02
April 17, 2020
#25 - Joshua Hochschild on Technology, Ethics, and Religion
Joshua Hochschild is professor of Philosophy at Mount St. Mary’s University. His primary area of specialization is medieval logic and metaphysics. He has published and lectured on a variety of topics in the history of philosophy, ethics, and education. Check out his book A Mind at Peace: Reclaiming an Ordered Soul in an Age of Distraction. You can follow Joshua on Twitter @JoshHochschild If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
02:17:51
April 10, 2020
#24 - Priit Mihkelson on a Scientific Approach to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Priit Mihkelson earned his black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu under SBG Founder Matt Thornton. Priit is one of the main instructors for BJJ Globetrotters, an international community of BJJ practitioners, and he is the head coach of 3D Treening, the largest Grappling and MMA school in Estonia. Check out his website, Youtube channel, and follow him on Instragram @jitsvulcan If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
02:03:17
April 3, 2020
#23 - Jason Manning on Microaggressions and Violence
Jason Manning is a Professor of Sociology at the University of West Virginia. He is an expert on the sociology of conflict, social control, and the sociology of suicide. Together with our last guest, Bradley Campbell, Jason is co-author of The Rise of Victimhood Culture. In this episode we discuss the background of their book, the history of the concept of a microaggression and its quick incorporation into various institutions, shifting understandings of violence, and contemporary university education. Follow him @sociologyWV If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:25:02
March 20, 2020
#22 - Bradley Campbell on the Sociology of Victimhood Culture
Bradley Cooper is a Professor of Sociology at California State University in Los Angeles. He specializes in the sociology of moral conflict. Much of his past work has focused on the sociology of genocide but he has recently begun to study moral conflict on modern college campuses. He is the co-author The Rise of Victimhood Culture: Microaggressions, Safe Spaces, and the New Culture Wars. In this episode we discuss how the shifting dynamics of moral conflict and conceptions of victimhood on university campuses are affecting our moral culture, and the nature of the science of sociology. Follow Bradley @CampbellSocProf If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
59:01
March 6, 2020
#21 - Axel Kazadi on the Future of Religion & Faith
Axel Kazadi is a PhD student in Theology at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto. He specializes in the theology of John Calvin. If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:52:01
February 21, 2020
#20 - Jibb Smart on the Gyro Revolution
Jibb Smart is a programmer, game maker, and the creator of GyroWiki, where he explains and advocates for new and better ways to play games. Follow @JibbSmart If you enjoy our podcast, consider supporting us through Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM
01:32:31
February 6, 2020
#19 - Zuby on the Politics of Transgenderism
Zuby is a rapper, podcaster, author, and outspoken critic of political correctness. He has released 3 eps and 5 albums including most recently, Perserverance. He is the host of Real Talk with Zuby, a podcast discussing contemporary cultural issues and the author of Strong advice: Zuby’s Guide to Fitness for Everybody. After choosing to identify as a woman for a total of 9 seconds, Zuby broke the British Women’s deadlift record Follow Zuby @ZubyMusic and buy his book "Strong Advice" Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM Buy Kazingram Dialogue merchandise - kazingram.com/shop/
01:12:47
January 17, 2020
#18 - Jason Eberl on Gender Theory & Transhumanism
Jason T. Eberl is an author, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Albert Gnaegi Center for Health Care Ethics at Saint Louis University. His latest book is "The Nature of Human Persons: Metaphysics and Bioethics(Notre Dame Studies in Medical Ethics and Bioethics)" Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM Buy Kazingram Dialogue merchandise - kazingram.com/shop/
01:43:49
January 3, 2020
#17 - Evangelicals & Liberalism with Amos Dowber
Amos Dowber is a theologian, philosopher, and editor at Kazingram Dialogue. Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM Buy Kazingram Dialogue merchandise - kazingram.com/shop/
02:01:58
December 27, 2019
#16 - Human Consciousness and Martial Arts with James Madden
James Madden is an author, speaker, martial artist, and Professor of Philosophy at Benedictine College. Check out his book on the philosophy of mind "Mind, Matter, and Nature: A Thomistic Proposal for the Philosophy of Mind (Catholic University of America Press)". Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM Buy Kazingram Dialogue merchandise - kazingram.com/shop/
01:18:27
December 4, 2019
#15 - Canada's Indigenous Problem with Frances Widdowson
Frances Widdowson is an author, a public intellectual, and Associate Professor of Political Science at Mount Royal University. Her new book is "Separate but Unequal: How Parallelist Ideology Conceals Indigenous Dependency" (University of Ottawa Press). Also available on Amazon. Follow Frances @FrancesWiddows1 and The Rational Space Network @SpaceRational Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM Buy Kazingram Dialogue merchandise - kazingram.com/shop/
01:43:47
November 19, 2019
#14 - The Nature of Reality with Armel "VNCHY" Kazadi
Armel "VNCHY" Kazadi is a rapper.  You can find Armel's music on Spotify and Apple Music under "VNCHY". Follow him on instagram: @vnchyflamez Kazingram Dialogue Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise Twitter @KZNGRM Instagram @kazingramdialogue
01:55:40
October 15, 2019
#13 - Religious Language & Alien Salvation with Amos Dowber
Amos Dowber is a theologian and philosopher (Thomist to be specific). Kazingram Dialogue Kazingram Dialogue Merchandise 
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October 1, 2019
#12 - Dangers of Safe Space Culture with Rick Mehta
Rick Mehta is a former Professor of Psychology at Acadia University.  He was dismissed for exercising his academic freedom. Follow him @RickRMehta More information on Rick's public lecture: https://www.safs.ca/events/Safe%20Space%20Culture_September_2019_Halifax%20Talk.pdf Kazingram Dialogue
01:10:53
September 13, 2019
#11 - Growing Up an Immigrant with Jian Guo
Jian Guo is a computer scientist and an engineer. He practices Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Follow him @jian_jeffrey Kazingram Dialogue
02:27:21
August 23, 2019
#10 - Possible Worlds and Catholicism with Carlos Parra
 Carlos Parra is completing his philosophy degree and works for Air Canada. Carlos skydives and travels all across the globe. He loves philosophy and theology. Kazingram Dialogue
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August 6, 2019
#9 - Artificial Intelligence and Psychedelics with Michael Adam Ferguson
 Michael Adam Ferguson is a Cognitive Neurology, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Laboratory for Brain Network Imaging and Modulation--Harvard Medical School, Department of Neurology.  He is the host of the Luminous Brain Podcast. Follow Michael  @neuromichaelphd If you want to register for the Soul & Brain,  click here. Kazingram Dialogue
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July 18, 2019
#8 - Hate Speech and the Indigenous Industry with Frances Widdowson
Frances Widdowson is an author, a public intellectual, and associate Professor of Political Science at Mount Royal University. Her upcoming book is "Separate but Unequal: How Parallelist Ideology Conceals Indigenous Dependency" Follow Frances @FrancesWiddows1 and The Rational Space Network @SpaceRational Kazingram Dialogue
01:53:10
July 4, 2019
#7 - Living a Skeptical Life with Zach Reimer
Zach Reimer will be starting his PhD in Philosophy at the University of Oklahoma in the Fall of 2019. Zach is also a contributing author at Kazingram Dialogue. You can read his latest article "A Silent Saviour".  Kazingram Dialogue Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM Buy Kazingram Dialogue merchandise - kazingram.com/shop/
01:39:11
June 20, 2019
#6 - Black Conservatism with Darnell Samuels
Darnell Samuels is the co-host of 'The Six Cents Report' podcast. Follow him @dogudda_darnell and The Six Cents Report @SixCentsReport Kazingram Dialogue Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM Buy Kazingram Dialogue merchandise - kazingram.com/shop/
01:43:03
June 5, 2019
#5 - Classical Theism and Modernity with Craig Carter
Craig Carter is Professor of Theology, Theologian-in-Resident, and an author.  You can find more information:  https://www.tyndale.ca/university/faculty/craig-carter  Read his latest book: Interpreting Scripture with the Great Tradition: Recovering the Genius of Premodern Exegesis (2018) Kazingram Dialogue Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM Buy Kazingram Dialogue merchandise - kazingram.com/shop/
01:14:16
May 11, 2019
#4 - Losing My Religion with Jordan Franck
Jordan Franck is an educator and a professional photographer. We discuss his departure from Christianity, what led to that, and what he holds to now. Check out his photography: https://www.jordanfranckphotography.com/ Kazingram Dialogue Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM Buy Kazingram Dialogue merchandise - kazingram.com/shop/
03:00:58
April 24, 2019
#3 - Other Minds with Hugh Hunter
Hugh Hunter has a Phd in the History of Philosophy from the university of Toronto. He was a Post-Doc at Humboldt Universität, Berlin and has taught philosophy at seven universities.  https://www.jhughhunter.com/  Kazingram Dialogue Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM Buy Kazingram Dialogue merchandise - kazingram.com/shop/
01:42:20
April 10, 2019
#2 - Preferential Hiring, Free Speech, and Intellectuals with Mark Mercer
 Mark Mercer is Professor of Philosophy, President of Society for Academic Freedom and Scholarship, and a public intellectual.   You can find more information: www.professormarkmercer.ca   Interested in supporting free speech: www.safs.ca Kazingram Dialogue Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM Buy Kazingram Dialogue merchandise - kazingram.com/shop/
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March 19, 2019
#1 - Cultural Marxism with Scott Masson
Scott Masson is Associate Professor of English Literature and a public intellectual. Find more of Scott's lecture here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCexRv3iOTRd5WKYpbombBLA Visit his website: https://www.scottmasson.ca/ Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM Buy Kazingram Dialogue merchandise - kazingram.com/shop/
01:11:55
March 5, 2019
#0 - What is Kazingram Dialogue
KAZINGRAM DIALOGUE IS DEDICATED TO THE PURSUIT OF TRUTH THROUGH OPEN AND RATIONAL DIALOGUE Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM Buy Kazingram Dialogue merchandise - kazingram.com/shop/
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February 14, 2019