TheNEWPhenomenologists radio show and podcast is an entertaining and educational radio show and podcast derived from Teh Dŭk!tər’s (Dr. Tim Lower’s) time spent teaching about phenomenology and the psychological sciences, and researching cross-cultural ways of making sense of our lives, our world, and each other. The show engages listeners in experiences and reflections designed to help them apply phenomenology and the science of psychology to their everyday lives. It provides listeners with a variety of concepts, discussions, interviews, and reports, all within the context of an entertaining science-fiction backstory.The show is broadcast across the Puget Sound and Salish Sea each Sunday from 2:00pm - 3:00pm (PDT) on the Pacific Northwest's own KKNW 1150 AM. Shortly after each episode airs, it is is posted to most popular podcast platforms. More information about the show and its episode segments, including clips, links, transcripts, and a summary of the show's science-fiction backstory, can be found on TheNEWPhenomenologists' website: https://thenewphenomenologists.com.
An interrupted summary of this episode's topics, which focus on the way in which our personal and collective histories influence our worldviews. Toward that end, Martin Heidegger's notion of historicality, and selections from Hans-Georg Gadamer's Truth and Method are discussed. Following this is a description of known psychological models of history, and discussion on their influence on how we interpre...
An interrupted summary of this episode's topics, which focus on The They that influence our minds and bodies. Along the way, psychological phenomena such as the false consensus effect and pluralistic ignorance are explored. A worldwide survey of messages written to non-terrestrial intelligence is then utilized to provide a current example of the manner in which The They and pluralistic ignorance may have influ...
An interrupted summary of this episode's topics, which include examination of the influence that "geists," such as the zeitgeist and ortgeist, may have on our daily and seasonal moods. Also in today's show is a spotlight on the life-to-date, work, and advice of Steen Halling, PhD.
Geists and weekly patterns in anxiety.
Google Trends (trends.google.com) is utilized to demonstrate ...
An interrupted summary of this special spooky episode's topics, along with discussion between Teh Dŭk!tər and FrEd-rEkw' on Friedrich Nietzsche's Twilight of the Idols, or How to Philosophize with a Hammer, in honor of which a new addition to the show's segments is entitled: Phenomenologizing with a New Hammer.
Guilt and anxiety.
The writings of Irving Yalom and Rollo May are integrated i...
Summary of show's topics, along with an interrupted discussion between Teh Dŭk!tər and FrEd-rEkw' on calculating the reach of the electromagnetic broadcast show and light podcast, in which is estimated to reach throughout the Local Interstellar Cloud and most of the G-Cloud.
Mood and empathy.
The existential-phenomenological concept of mood and its relation to our worldview are described, in orde...
Summary of show's topics, along with an interrupted discussion on binary, decimal, and sexagesimal counting systems.
You manifest your worldview.
A song sung by Mor-Ez and Vir-jinE-ah on how our psychological worldview intersects with our physical geographies.
Experiential horizons and their worldviews.
Worlds, horizons and worldviews are described, and utilized to introduce th...
Show Intro. Summary of show's topics, along with a notation on the transition of the show's host from robot to human.
One-hit wonders. Experiencing phenomenology.
A song sung by E-dit on one method for experiencing phenomenology.
What's happening? The cocktail party effect and phenomenology.
The Cocktail Party Effect is described, and utilized as a means of introducing the basic process of phenomenology.
Experience this! 47....
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