Friday, March 20, 2009

New Podcast: on Existentialism


This five-minute episode is a literary interpretation of the philosophy of Existentialism. I use a personal narrative style to interpret it.

It mentions Gladiator, love, philosophy, relationships, travel, Germany, and of course, the blessed quotidianity.

To listen to the episode click here.

This piece is also available in the Gendering the Media with Brikena Ribaj both on the right side of the blog page as well as iTunes.





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15 comments:

Tina said...

I...LOVE..THIS!

Being happy being existential. I'll roll my car windows and listen to it again.

I like this much....

Dana said...

I enjoy the phrase 'sense of visitation.' I shall use it.

Sean said...

Both thumbs are up! I appreciated this. I forget how much I enjoy the quotidian elements of life. Another reason that we are all connected and what I cannot quite express. someone who sees things similarly can.

Becca said...

I liked the cartoon you picked for this.
The very end spoke to me, especially.
Also, the idea how you like a person more when away from there. It felt existential to me.
I appreciate the use of personal narrative to explain philosophical ideas.

brokennarcissist said...

Domestication struggle? Subtle, as always love it.

Nicki said...

When did you create this? I like the pace of these pieces and I wonder how you go about establishing it?

Nicki said...

...feeling happy, feeling existential... I also think I get this sensation.
Those who are acutely aware of existence-related questions, are more sensitive to most things, I find.

Anonymous said...

It felt like Sartre meets Indie. I liked.

Dave said...

This took me on a nice trip in my mind.
thanks for these....

dave

Dave said...

Same question as above, how do you determine the pace of your narratives? How does it come to one?

Brooke said...

I like how seamless the transition is from narrative to philosophy.

Dora said...

It's just the day today to listen to this.
Enlightening and smart.

Dora said...

It's just the day today to listen to this.
Enlightening and smart.

Dora said...

Ha. I dig the cartoon, too....

Will said...

This was really a good idea for us to listen to today! The quotidian stuff melted me!!