A podcast where we attempt to notice easily overlooked aspects of human experience.
Henriikka works on the history of late nineteenth-century German philosophy. In her dissertation, she is researching the concepts of historicism, naturalism, and Lebensphilosophie in the thought of Wilhelm Dilthey.
Besides that, her interests lie in the philosophy of the social sciences, the philosophy of history, and hermeneutics.
Ben writes a weekly newsletter related to complexity science, the food system, and Buddhism. He has spent the last five years working at the intersection of food and technology for restaurant chains, catering brands, and tech startups. Originally from London, he schooled in Philadelphia and is now living in Toronto.
Adrian is a philosophy professor in Cleveland, Ohio, and president of The Western Reserve Philosophical Society, a local group that engages the larger community in important conversations across philosophy and politics.
He is also an editor for the publication Liberal Currents.
Jeffrey is the founder and editor-in-chief of Erraticus, as well as host of the Damn the Absolute! podcast.
He is a former mental health professional and educator, whose research interests center around localism, American pragmatism, and bioregionalism. He primarily covers education, philosophy, psychology, and religion.
He lives in Cascadia.
Daniel is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Davidson College. He writes and teaches about political philosophy and the history of political ideas.
He is also the author of Locke Among the Radicals: Liberty and Property in the Nineteenth Century (2020) published by Oxford University Press.
Steve was educated at the universities of Sussex, Oxford, and Minnesota, earning a Ph.D. from the University of Stockholm. In addition to teaching four years at a study abroad program for the University of Stockholm, he has had a career in international marketing, working for many multi-national companies, eventually setting up his own agency.
He has devoted himself to the study of theories of consciousness, teaching the subject for several years at East London’s University of the Third Age and the North London Buddhist Centre.