Best Linguistics Education Podcasts

Best Linguistics Education Podcasts

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Last Update: 2020-04-02
The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine
The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine
5 h ago
Loyal Books
A Universalist book, The Age of Reason advocates for the existence of natural religion and challenges the structure of all organized religion. First written and distributed as pamphlets, the book was later published into two parts. Paine puts forward his personal beliefs, debating reason and revelation, while analyzing the Bible and the influence organized religion has on society. Exploring topics including natural religion, criticism of corrupt religious institutions, and distinction between rationality and blind faith in the supernatural, the book presents a guide for the conscious and free spiritual thinkers. Following the style and influence of the Enlightenment ideals of logic and reason, the first part of the book focuses on the Paine’s personal creeds about God and the established religion which he believes is manipulated by organized religious institutions. He further goes on to exemplify his critical view of established religion by illustrating the inconsistencies in the Christian Bible, while examining both miracle and prophecy. He questions the legitimacy of the Bible as an accurate account of Christian beliefs and classifies it to be a word of man and not of God. Paine uses the book to outline his analytical objections to theism and as a means to support his belief in deism. Distinctive for its clear and straightforward linguistic style, Paine’s political language was aimed to bring politics to a mass audience, not just the educated population. Incorporating rhetorical questions and repetition throughout the piece, Paine encourages the audience to independently complete the views and arguments he presents rather than impose his creeds upon them. The Age of Reason supports the idea that in order to discover the true grandeur of God, one should worship individually and without dictation from society. A compelling, meticulous and notable critique, Paine’s work is marked as a theological eye-opener and an insight into deism, whilst also regarded as a pervasive influence even in present secular society.
Bridges With Dr Paul w Dyer
Bridges With Dr Paul w Dyer
10 h ago
Paul William Dyer
Dr Paul W Dyer HEALTH & WELLNESS Dr Paul has devoted over 40 years to exploration of the whole living sciences. From the studies of traditional and alternative methods in martial arts, natural sciences, to further his knowledge of the holistic sciences. He is an advocate and constant student of quantum consciousness and natural healing. Dr.Paul holds three Ph.ds and three masters. Dr Paul W Dyer holds master certifications in Neuroscience, Stress Managment, Psychology,Neuro- Linguistics Programming. He is a Hall of fame Inductee in The United States Martial arts and several others International Hall of fames. He has been inducted as a Grandmaster into the Whos Who martial arts ledgend Book. He has been recognized as a Top Naturalpathioc doctor of new york. He is also an ambassador of the human rights coalition. United States Director of Federation of the Association and the Advancement Visible Minorites. Dr. Paul has written several self- help books on how to develop your whole life. Through the world of pain and sorrow the feeling of safety and love shall be first. Through the Emotional Reaction Training Dr. Paul teaches and ,educates copratation and individuals how to achieve this. Dr. Paul show Bridges will give you the science of understanding. Bringing your practice of living and emotions self to full intergration. As life long dedicated martial science student Dr. Paul has learn the accient teaching that has been pass on down for thousands of years. The health, wellness, and medical practice can be overwhelming, even for those in the medical field. We’re torn between our own feelings, what others say, and even lab results. Dr. Paul helps promote clarity and understanding, to help facilitate making informed decisions. You learn to trust yourself, opening you up to a new world of connection, relationships, and care. Intended for the layperson and teachers alike, explore new ways to care for yourself and others, in order to create a healthier more vibrant community and world. Co -Host Hope A Dyer is currently serving in the armed forces . With a passionate for life and justice Hope has a vibe like no other. She believes in clarity of conversation and bringing love to living.
Muhammad Al Bizry
Muhammad Al Bizry
FEB. 11
Muslim Central
Muhammad al Bizry is from Sydney Australia. He is a graduate of Western Sydney University in Bachelor of Applied Science, Sport & Exercise Science. He also holds a Bachelor of Education from Western Sydney University, Parramatta Campus. Ustadh Muhammad has studied Classical Arabic & its Sciences from various ulemah in Cairo, Egypt. He is currently undertaking a Masters of Classical Arabic (Al-Fusha) As an avid health and sports coach, he is also the founder of Sunnah Sport with Bizry, where he engages with youth at the grass roots level in various sporting activities as well as sound Islamic and social advise under the motto, “keepin’ kids lean, while teachin’ em deen.” He is the head teacher of Islamic Studies and Quran at Unity Grammar, an Islamic college here in Sydney. He is well know as a prolific and engaging speaker who has featured on a number of Islamic TV channels and centres such as Al Huda TV, OnePath Network, Global Islamic Youth Centre, Markaz Al-Imam Ahmad and at countless local mosques and Islamic centres and events. Ustadh Muhammed has given and produced a series of lectures and Islamic educational courses which include the following significant works: 1) Mustalah Al Hadith (complete series) 2) Usool Al Tafseer 3) Uloom Al Quran 4) Language of the Quran – Linguistic based Tafseer 5) Complete Seerah (Makkan and Madinah) based on Sealed Nectar and other sources (This took him 2 years!!) 6) Anawawis 40 Hadith (1-17) 7) Universal Principles of Arabic ( 5 part series) 8) Many sssorted lectures on various topics. From Marriage to Batman vs Zaky.
DJ R3V3R3ND MURD3R
DJ R3V3R3ND MURD3R
ENE. 11
EJustin Lefebvre
Underground Music, Hip-Hop/Rap/MCing, Breakcore, EDM and Metal Disc Jockey with either a much greater emphasis on linguistic inventiveness than mainstream forms or a greater emphasis on the use of extreme profanity and disturbing criminal themes. Starring: Scorpion Frequency, Electric Breathing, Brom:35, NoizeFloor, Dead Beat Project, The Rappists, DJ 2def, Mr.Stabby, Mr. Morder, Jay Omerta, King Keemo, Mr.Siso, The Harmony Society, Kinky Bitch, Dynamic, Frankz Wit A Z, Mista Mead, H3vy Stu, Vicious 5150, RcThaHazard, J-ClaWsin, Lilo Frank, EffeSei, Christyle, DisaJohnny, Scar, Onnis, Marco Tosh, Labo & Yu-Sei. The difference between a pop/top-40/requests DJ and an underground DJ is not that one plays better music than the other or that one is a sellout, or that one is a “musical masturbator”. The difference is in the crowd that they are intended for: searchers vs. discoverers. The “underground” “club” DJ is the kind that wants to educate his crowd… yet another term I’ll use with hesitation. He wants to find a correlation between what he likes and what his crowd responds to, by way of introducing them to music they may not have otherwise heard. He wants to teach and encourage them to find something they didn’t know they needed. Whether it’s the thrashing riffs or either the sampling or the EDM-esque chorus in motion, there is not a second that doesn’t have a catchy sample and jingle part going on. The music is not without its flaws though, some songs are clearly better than others, Not that there is a bad song here. He puts absolutely everything new or remind the listener of past sounds but everything it does, it does well and even great at times. this might as well be the perfect soundtrack for all kind of music. If you're suspicious of this claim, then hijack the jukebox at your local bar or kindly offer to be the DJ at a Halloween party and getting rid of any stylistic barriers to integrated music. The outstanding drums, variety and overall harshness and brevity combining most of the harshest elements of metal with electronic genres, these record creates some outrageously chaotic freak outs from each of its eclectic formula.
DJ R3V3R3ND MURD3R
DJ R3V3R3ND MURD3R
3 h ago
EJustin Lefebvre
Underground Music, Hip-Hop/Rap/MCing, Breakcore, EDM and Metal Disc Jockey with either a much greater emphasis on linguistic inventiveness than mainstream forms or a greater emphasis on the use of extreme profanity and disturbing criminal themes. Starring: Scorpion Frequency, Electric Breathing, Brom:35, NoizeFloor, Dead Beat Project, The Rappists, DJ 2def, Mr.Stabby, Mr. Morder, Jay Omerta, King Keemo, Mr.Siso, The Harmony Society, Kinky Bitch, Dynamic, Frankz Wit A Z, Mista Mead, H3vy Stu, Vicious 5150, RcThaHazard, J-ClaWsin, Lilo Frank, EffeSei, Christyle, DisaJohnny, Scar, Onnis, Marco Tosh, Labo & Yu-Sei. The difference between a pop/top-40/requests DJ and an underground DJ is not that one plays better music than the other or that one is a sellout, or that one is a “musical masturbator”. The difference is in the crowd that they are intended for: searchers vs. discoverers. The “underground” “club” DJ is the kind that wants to educate his crowd… yet another term I’ll use with hesitation. He wants to find a correlation between what he likes and what his crowd responds to, by way of introducing them to music they may not have otherwise heard. He wants to teach and encourage them to find something they didn’t know they needed. Whether it’s the thrashing riffs or either the sampling or the EDM-esque chorus in motion, there is not a second that doesn’t have a catchy sample and jingle part going on. The music is not without its flaws though, some songs are clearly better than others, Not that there is a bad song here. He puts absolutely everything new or remind the listener of past sounds but everything it does, it does well and even great at times. this might as well be the perfect soundtrack for all kind of music. If you're suspicious of this claim, then hijack the jukebox at your local bar or kindly offer to be the DJ at a Halloween party and getting rid of any stylistic barriers to integrated music. The outstanding drums, variety and overall harshness and brevity combining most of the harshest elements of metal with electronic genres, these record creates some outrageously chaotic freak outs from each of its eclectic formula.
Gao Xingjian
Gao Xingjian
2019 NOV. 5
Academy of Achievement
The Chinese-born author Gao Xingjian received the 2000 Nobel Prize in Literature, for work "of universal validity, bitter insights and linguistic ingenuity, which has opened new paths for the Chinese novel and drama." His achievement was all the more remarkable given the obstacles he was forced to overcome. During China's Cultural Revolution of the 1960s, all intellectuals were considered suspect. "To write, even in secret, was to risk one's life," Gao Xingjian says of those years. For his own safety, the young writer burned all his manuscripts. "It was only in this period," he says, that he learned the true value of literature: "Literature allows a person to preserve a human consciousness." The young writer was placed in a "re-education" camp, and was not permitted to publish or travel until 1979. After his "rehabilitation," he began publishing fiction, plays and controversial essays on modern literature. His plays created a sensation, but were soon condemned as "intellectual pollution." Fleeing government harassment, he set out on foot to explore remote areas of China where remnants of traditional culture survived, an experience he drew on in his masterpiece, the novel Soul Mountain. In 1987, Gao left China to live in France. After the publication of his play, The Fugitives (inspired by the Tiananmen Square massacre), all of his work was banned in China and he was declared persona non grata. He has since taken French citizenship. In accepting the 2000 Nobel Prize, he reaffirmed his belief in the value of a literature that "does not serve politics." "Literature," he says, "can only be the voice of the individual." This podcast was recorded at the 2002 International Achievement Summit. Speaking through an interpreter, Gao reads an excerpt from Soul Mountain, and discusses his experience of loneliness and the meaning of personal freedom.

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