TheNEWPhenomenologists

TheNEWPhenomenologists

Segments of TheNEWPhenomenologists radio show and podcast.

Below are the most recent show episode recordings, followed by brief synopses of the newest episode in each ongoing show segment, with links to each segment's archives.

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Narcissus, and you.

A song sung by Edmud. Its lyrics are reflections on Sigmund Freud's interpretation and integration of the Narcissus myth.
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David R. Harrington, PhD

A first-person description of the (probable) process through which Dr. David R. Harrington became who is is today… now mostly retired, and recently Dean of Instruction at Front Range Community College in Longmont, Colorado. He also served as Professor and Dean of Academic Affairs at Sheldon Jackson College in Sitka, Alaska. Before that, he taught at the University of Alaska Southeast, Central Methodist College, and the College of Idaho.
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47.098430, -122.152747

Practice phenomenology on the sounds from geographic locations throughout Washington State. This segment comes from 47.098430, -122.152747 outside of Orting, Washington along the the Foothills Trail.
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On Robot Directive #1010.1: The advice of David R. Harrington, PhD.

Selections of advice from David R. Harrington, PhD, distilled from his reflections.
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Experiencing phenomenology.

A song sung by E-dit on one method for experiencing phenomenology.
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David R. Harrington, PhD

Dr. David R. Harrrington discusses his scholarship on the writings of Emmanuel Levinas, and extends his thoughts to both every day experience, as well as the crises facing humanity during the first quarter of the 21st Century.
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The cocktail party effect and phenomenology.

The Cocktail Party Effect is described, and utilized as a means of introducing the basic process of phenomenology.
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Advice from our human ancestors.

On Narcissus and You.
A song
sung by Edmud. Its lyrics are reflections on Sigmund Freud's interpretation and integration of the Narcissus myth.
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Becoming oneself.

A first-person description of the (probable) process through which Dr. David R. Harrington became who is is today… now mostly retired, and recently Dean of Instruction at Front Range Community College in Longmont, Colorado. He also served as Professor and Dean of Academic Affairs at Sheldon Jackson College in Sitka, Alaska. Before that, he taught at the University of Alaska Southeast, Central Methodist College, and the College of Idaho.
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Being here.

This segment first airs during the October 13th show. A description will be posted shortly before that date.

Being there.

This segment first airs during the October 13th show. A description will be posted shortly before that date.

Being you, me, and us.

This segment first airs during the October 13th show. A description will be posted shortly before that date.

Experience this!

Practice phenomenology on the sounds from geographic locations throughout Washington State. This segment comes from 47.098430, -122.152747 outside of Orting, Washington along the the Foothills Trail.
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Music for our non-corporeal descendants.

Selections of advice from David R. Harrington, PhD, distilled from his reflections.
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One-hit wonders.

Experiencing Phenomenology.
A song
sung by E-dit on one method for experiencing phenomenology.
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What have you been doing?

Dr. David R.Harrrington discusses his scholarship on the writings of Emmanuel Levinas, and extends his thoughts to both every day experience, as well as the crises facing humanity during the first quarter of the 21st Century.
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What's happening?

The Cocktail Party Effect is described, and utilized as a means of introducing the basic process of phenomenology.
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