History and Sexualities

 Modified: October 31, 2019, 3:45 pm.

History and sexualities.
Source: open.spotify.com/episode/7pnZEdToLbmNFf6wJD8W6p?si=wnFgEYO_RBa8ec8X92cnGw  (the link opens in a new tab).

Kyle Christopher Blanchard


The Language of This Criminal Sentence Sounds So Outdated and Nonmodern

 Modified: October 19, 2019, 12:16 pm.

Wow! Did you hear the sentence of punishment quoted for that criminal in modern language? Speechless. It sounds so nonmodern. 😳

#amlistening #wow

Source: open.spotify.com/episode/1tcYLy2ILoRoDddvR56Kxy?si=2Fowh9AdR1anCn28xz0hVw  (the link opens in a new tab).

Kyle Christopher Blanchard


Friedrich Nietzsche and his “God is dead” Quote

 Modified: October 18, 2019, 1:28 pm.

Philosophize This’s episode ninety, “Nietzsche pt. 1 – God is dead and so is Captain Morgan  (the link opens in a new tab), is the first in the rest of the Nietzsche section (a four-part episode section of episodes 90, 91, 92, and 93) has really struck a great chord with me while listening to the show. I did a quick Google search for “where does the ‘God is dead’ quote by Nietzsche come from” and found the textbook Nietzsche wrote the quote in. In this time between undergraduate and master’s, I am adding this book that the quote comes from to my to-read list: The Gay Science  (the link opens in a new tab).


Kyle Christopher Blanchard


Theological philosophy

 Modified: October 18, 2019, 1:51 pm.

A take on theological philosophy, narrated by Stephen West.

A Hegel discussion podcast titled “Hegel’s God,” via episode seventy-six on Philosophize This! Hegel, by Stephen West, on philosophical theology  (the link opens in a new tab).

Kyle Christopher Blanchard


Food For Thoughts on Moral and Ethical Justifications on Killing of Animals and Plants

 Modified: October 31, 2019, 2:27 pm.

And I envision myself at one point being able to attend frequently enough some kind of gathering where topics like this become the norm for conversations. Questioning these types of things opens me up at times to questioning what really is the pecking order of life? Spanning not only sentient beings but including that and, more broadly, spread across the spectrum of all earth’s living, existing beings/things.

Kyle Christopher Blanchard