Below are brief synopses of the various ongoing segments, followed by streamable podcast episodes.
Advice from our human ancestors.
Interviews with practitioners and scholars in phenomenology, psychology, and related fields about how they become who they are. This segment is usually related to the What having you been doing? and Music for our non-corporeal descendants segments of the same episode.
The way of being human: Dasein, or there -being; being there. This segment applies concepts from existentialism, phenomenology, and psychology to everyday life experiences, promoting harmony and understanding along the way. Have you been there? Let's be there together!
Being you, and me, and us.
This segment provides the opportunity to practice phenomenology on the sounds from geographic locations throughout Washington State. The coordinates for each episode's segment may be found in that segment's entry on this website. That way, listeners can experience this first-hand.
How are you?
The Dŭk!tər and robots answer listener questions.
Music for our non-corporeal descendants.
Phenomenological and scientific findings and theories, as integrated and set to music by our robot descendants, but this time intended for their own descendants (which they suppose will be non-bodily). On a bi-weekly basis, this segment integrates the advice of our interviewee in the Becoming oneself and What have you been doing? segments.
Songs on various topics voiced by our robots. Such songs generally corresponds to the topics discussed in the day's episode.
Phenomenologizing with a new hammer.
In the spirit of Friedrich Nietzsche's Twilight of the Idols, or How to Philosophize with a Hammer, we smash some idols of the mind through rousing discussions utilizing existential, phenomenological, and psychological theories to explain everyday behavior.
What have you been doing?
Phenomenologies of everyday events and micro-experiences.
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