43 episodes

Dismantling stigma one thought at a time

The Future of Thought Colton Marschik

    • Society & Culture
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Dismantling stigma one thought at a time

    #42 - Joshua Nunziato: Psychedelics

    #42 - Joshua Nunziato: Psychedelics

    On this episode of The Future of Thought, Colton and Joshua delve into psychedelics, consciousness, sustainability, and more



    Dr. Joshua S. Nunziato is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Social Responsibility and Sustainability Division of the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado, Boulder. He teaches courses on sustainability and ethical leadership. Joshua is also Campus Leader for the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Collegiate Program at Leeds, a grant-funded project to deliver innovative, experiential education about principles-based ethics in professional decision-making. Dr. Nunziato’s research focuses on contemplative practice as a catalyst for sustainable leadership development. He loves yoga, climbing, skiing, playing outside with his son, and creating spaces for openhearted community.



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    • 2 hr 28 min
    #41 - Aniket Chauhan: Cybersecurity & Motivation

    #41 - Aniket Chauhan: Cybersecurity & Motivation

    On episode #41 of The Future of Thought, Aniket Chauhan and I dig into cybersecurity concepts alongside unpacking the value of positive mindsets, motivation, and giving back.

    Aniket Chauhan is a Computer Science student at the University of Colorado Boulder. He enjoys cyber security and most aspects of computer science at large, and has a passion for helping others. Ultimately, his end-goal is to make the world a better place.



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    • 1 hr 8 min
    #40 - Ethan Pitts: Nuclear Energy

    #40 - Ethan Pitts: Nuclear Energy

    On episode #40 of The Future of Thought podcast, Colton sits down with returning guest Ethan Pitts to unpack Nuclear Energy (fusion and fission).

    Ethan Pitts is a Political Science student in his last year at Bringham Young University (BYU), with a dual emphasis in Genocide Studies and Middle East Studies. His capstone paper focused on the relationship between independence warfare and authoritarianism in the Algerian War of Independence. He also has co-authored and presented a research paper accepted by the International Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS); this paper is a meta-analysis exploring the interaction of empire, state, war, and revolution with land resources as a driving factor. Ethan has also formally studied German, Korean, Arabic, Swedish, and Russian with personal studies in world history, advanced nuclear energy, infrastructure, and hydroponic farming. Ethan is also a hobbyist cellist and formerly a Certified Barbecue Judge (KCBS).



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    • 1 hr 14 min
    #39 - Philip Fernbach: The Knowledge Illusion

    #39 - Philip Fernbach: The Knowledge Illusion

    On this episode of The Future of Thought, Colton Sits down with Philip Fernbach to unpack his studying of the illusion of explanatory depth, the Dunning Krueger effect, and the social consequences of our illusory knowledge of the world.

    Phil’s Bio: https://www.philipfernbach.com/bio



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    • 27 min
    #38 - Dominic DeMartine: Objective vs. Subjective Morality (Debate)

    #38 - Dominic DeMartine: Objective vs. Subjective Morality (Debate)

    On this episode of The Future of Thought, Colton and his guest Dominic DeMartine debate whether morality is objective or subjective.

    Dominic DeMartine is a student at CU Boulder pursuing a BS in business analytics and information management at the Leeds school of business. He also plans to minor in philosophy and communication with a certificate in leadership.



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    • 2 hr 13 min
    #37 - (View Shift) Matteo Briscoe: Systemic Racism & Critical Race Theory

    #37 - (View Shift) Matteo Briscoe: Systemic Racism & Critical Race Theory

    On this episode of The Future of Thought, Matteo Briscoe unpacks how his views on topical issues such as Critical Race Theory have changed. Colton and Matteo also unpack the deepening issue of media failings, radicalization through modern e-dialogue, defining discourse, how minority groups are used for political gains, and much more.



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    • 1 hr 28 min

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