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Continental philosophy, theology, religious studies, and useless commentary on various issues by Eric Aldieri, Jacob Given, and Paula Landerreche Cardillo.

Poststructuralist Tent Revival Eric Aldieri, Jacob Given, Paula Landerreche Cardillo

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    • 5.0, 33 Ratings

Continental philosophy, theology, religious studies, and useless commentary on various issues by Eric Aldieri, Jacob Given, and Paula Landerreche Cardillo.

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5.0 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

oldskool skaterat ,

Thanks for the clarity.

This is the first podcast I’ve ever reviewed, and I think I screwed it up a couple of times by sending less than five stars by accident, it just kept automatically sending stars when I was trying to figure out how to get all five stars highlighted. Sorry, bros, I’m old and I don’t know what I’m doing, but hopefully I’m actually sending a five star review now. Anyways, thanks for clarifying some difficult thinkers for me. I can’t read and understand most of the thinkers that you cover by myself. Putting the ideas of, for example: Lacan in a way that I can understand and use is extremely helpful to me. I recently shared with my teenage daughters what I learned from you about “lack” and the difference between “drive” and “desire” and the difference between “the thing” and “object small a.” Wow, those ideas really helped me to clarify for myself and them why we often feel totally empty after we get something (or someone) that we thought would make us complete. I’ve listen to all of your episodes and I use a lot of it in my daily journey as a teacher of recent refugees to this country. Theory matters especially in the most basic struggles of life. I also appreciate that you are not dismissive of religious practice or thought. So grace and peace to you, preach on.

Sincerely,

Marty

Preston Price ,

Kahloian Anthropophagist

I have been listening since day one and, hotdamn, if this isn't a great podcast! Each guest is unique, though some major authors in post-structuralist thinking have graced the show. The best parts are Eric and Jake's friends who come on the show and share their work. I do not have a banana pudding recipe (and I did not need the Gwen Stefanie song to spell banana, fortunately!), nor am I in a deep existentialist crisis regaridng my personal life, but I do thoroughly enjoy the comsumption of human(s) (art). Peace out you crazy kids!

The Cognazor ,

Wonderful podcast!

This is one of my favorite podcasts, taking a poststructuralist lense to religion and philosophy. I am very much a neophyte in many of the topics, and this has been a great resource for me and has opened up another world.

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