Discuss. Marxism

| Feb 17, 2015, in Podcast | 1 comment

When the young Marx was writing of spectres haunting Europe he might not have imagined his ideas hanging around for so long. Nonetheless,...

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Discuss. Kant with Daniel Brandes

| Feb 2, 2015, in Podcast | 0 comments

Late 18th-century German philosopher Immanuel Kant may have written most of his works in an obtuse, indecipherable style, but due to the...

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Discuss. German Romanticism

| Jan 26, 2015, in Podcast | 0 comments

When Goethe’s novel The Sorrows of Young Werther was published in 1774, it tapped into a reserve of human emotion not expressed by...

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Discuss. Extra: Orientalism

| Jan 12, 2015, in Podcast | 0 comments

Orientalism is accepting “the basic distinction between East and West as the starting point for elaborate theories, epics, novels,...

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Discuss. Gender representation with Meg Shields

| Dec 22, 2014, in Podcast | 0 comments

At a time when the university is wringing its hands over dropping enrolment and the value of a liberal arts degree is called ever more...

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Discuss. McLuhan with Matt Furlong

| Dec 12, 2014, in Podcast | 0 comments

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be releasing special editions of the podcast, Discuss. Extra, that will  feature interviews with...

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