250 episodes

Explorations in Liminality

The Liminalist: The Podcast Between Jasun Horsley

    • Philosophy
    • 4.7 • 14 Ratings

Explorations in Liminality

    The Liminalist # 262: Houses in Motion (Discussing Morris Berman’s Wandering God with Tim K., # 3)

    The Liminalist # 262: Houses in Motion (Discussing Morris Berman’s Wandering God with Tim K., # 3)

    Part three of exegesis of Morris Berman’s Wandering God with Tim K. Part One: Security Blankets & Transitional Objects (0 – 35 mins) Bent souls, primal loss of unity, the strangeness of being alive, Camus & Sartre, Crime & Punishment, the meaningless pressure of objects, defining nausea, separation & autonomy, horizontal vs vertical, the effect ... Read moreThe Liminalist # 262: Houses in Motion (Discussing Morris Berman’s Wandering God with Tim K., # 3)

    • 2 hrs 32 min
    The Liminalist # 261: The Receding Horizon (with Liz Medina)

    The Liminalist # 261: The Receding Horizon (with Liz Medina)

    Conversation with Liz Medina Part One: Oppressor & Oppressed (0 – 36 mins) Angling for the mainstream, as things fall apart, protests in Chile, the dictatorship never ended, the covid crackdown, stuck in the 19th century, when the US got Latin-Americanized, the question of socialism, when things go massive, joining the Silo movement, Mario Rodríguez ... Read moreThe Liminalist # 261: The Receding Horizon (with Liz Medina)

    • 2 hrs 23 min
    The Liminalist # 260: An Emissary from Vanishing Worlds (with Jonathan Lethem)

    The Liminalist # 260: An Emissary from Vanishing Worlds (with Jonathan Lethem)

    Return conversation with Jonathan Lethem on his new novel The Arrest, the spell of stories, wrestling ourselves free from language & exiting an exhausted paradigm, Part One: Opening the Door for the News (0 – 35 mins) Speculative fiction & predictive fiction, anticipating the covid crisis, longing for dystopia, Kunstler’s World Made By Hand books, ... Read moreThe Liminalist # 260: An Emissary from Vanishing Worlds (with Jonathan Lethem)

    • 2 hrs 15 min
    The Liminalist # 259: Waiting for the Sun (with Martin Jolly)

    The Liminalist # 259: Waiting for the Sun (with Martin Jolly)

    Return conversation with Martin Jolly Part One: When Inner Meets Outer (0 – 30 mins) Editing the b******t, the last podcast, language and the mind, being in Nature, interest in body vs interest in mind, waiting for the sun, the overlap between inner and outer, drawing from imagination vs drawing from life, the universal offering, ... Read moreThe Liminalist # 259: Waiting for the Sun (with Martin Jolly)

    • 2 hrs 37 min
    The Liminalist # 258: Living in Paradox (Discussing Morris Berman’s Wandering God with Tim K., # 2)

    The Liminalist # 258: Living in Paradox (Discussing Morris Berman’s Wandering God with Tim K., # 2)

    Continuing conversation with Tim K. on Morris Berman’s Wandering God: A Study in Nomadic Spirituality. Part One: The Empty Hand of Karate (0 – 20 mins) Politics of power, delayed return & immediate return societies, surpluses & the loss of egalitarianism, nomadism as a natural leveller, a life on the move, power as coercion, the ... Read moreThe Liminalist # 258: Living in Paradox (Discussing Morris Berman’s Wandering God with Tim K., # 2)

    • 1 hr 48 min
    The Liminalist # 257: A Fatal Glimpse of Heaven (Discussing Morris Berman’s Wandering God with Tim K., # 1)

    The Liminalist # 257: A Fatal Glimpse of Heaven (Discussing Morris Berman’s Wandering God with Tim K., # 1)

    Return conversation with Tim K. for a discussion of Morris Berman’s Wandering God: A Study in Nomadic Spirituality. Part One: Between Alienation and Annihilation (0 – 26 mins) Parallels between Prisoner of Infinity, Wandering God, and 16 Maps of Hell, a deep analysis of what went wrong, why did fear take center stage, vertical vs. ... Read moreThe Liminalist # 257: A Fatal Glimpse of Heaven (Discussing Morris Berman’s Wandering God with Tim K., # 1)

    • 2 hrs 9 min

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4.7 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Elis Fir ,

Packed full with great insights & commentary for the living in the current era

I have been a fan of Jasun’s literary work & thoughts over the years and arrived back on to the podcasts and have found many of the episodes & interviews particularly insightful and eye opening on many levels regarding current cultural & social climates. They have a clear objective discursive element and lots of listening between host & guest.

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