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The Heritage Podcast

Will Webb

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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Will Webb

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A Complete Liberal Arts Education (in Podcast Form)

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The Heritage Podcast

Read more: Drawing on our study of the soul and the city, we use classical canons of thought and traditional hermeneutics to dissect Book 2 of the Republic! What was Plato really getting at with this cryptic, sometimes offensive work? And more importantly, is there any hope for the city, the society, or the state in... ()

-1 s2017 OCT 3
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: Drawing on our study of the soul and the city, we use classical canons of thought and traditional hermeneutics to dissect Book 1 of the Republic! What was Plato really getting at with this cryptic, sometimes offensive work? And more importantly, is there any hope for the city, the society, or the state in... ()

-1 s2017 SEP 23
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: After the fall of the Roman Republic, we ask the question: “why does it seem that no regime can endure?” According to Plato, part of the answer lies in the link between the soul and the city. In the words of Socrates, “the city is the soul writ large.” Tune in as we re-visit... ()

-1 s2017 APR 27
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: Have a podcast? Want some free publicity? In this C&C episode, I’ll be recommending other podcasts whose focus corresponds to one or more episodes on THP. Feel free to shoot me an e-mail if you want to have your show featured on the website. By the by, we’ll read some correspondence and address some... ()

-1 s2016 OCT 6
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: Ever have one of those days where your lame boss demands a piece of political propaganda, and all you wanna do is write the definitive literary masterpiece of your civilization’s history?! Well, during the reign of Emperor Augustus, a man named Virgil had just such a day! Follow along with Virgil’s hero — Aeneas... ()

-1 s2016 SEP 17
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: In this exciting conclusion to our three-part miniseries, we say “vale” to the Roman Republic! Along the way, we’ll see how Caesar’s gamble pays off, how his clemency policy doesn’t pay off, and why having a good PR team is a must-have for an aspiring emperor. Warning: Some listeners may experience deja-vu when they... ()

-1 s2016 AUG 28
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: In Part 2 of our tripartite series on the last days of the Roman Republic, we’ll see if the three-man stalemate struck by Pompey, Crassus, and Caesar can sustain a lasting peace! Along the way, Caesar concocts a plan that’s just crazy enough to work, Crassus gets himself into a pickle, and Pompey is... ()

-1 s2016 AUG 21
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: A special announcement from The Heritage Podcast!

-1 s2016 AUG 10
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: In Part 1 of a three-episode series on the dying days of the Roman Republic, we’ll meet the four key players of the 1st century B.C.: Sulla, Pompey, Crassus, and Julius Caesar! Along the way, we’ll see how the line between buffoonery and awesomeness is sometimes very fine, why some public services ought not... ()

-1 s2016 JUL 25
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: Tune in as we flashback to the Siege of Syracuse, visiting the Mad Scientist of Sicily and his space-age death contraptions! After that, we’ll touch base with Cato the Elder and see how he’s been holding up since the end of the Second Punic War. (Spoiler: he’s sad it’s over.) Finally, we’ll see how... ()

-1 s2016 MAY 8
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The Heritage Podcast

Latest Episodes

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: Drawing on our study of the soul and the city, we use classical canons of thought and traditional hermeneutics to dissect Book 2 of the Republic! What was Plato really getting at with this cryptic, sometimes offensive work? And more importantly, is there any hope for the city, the society, or the state in... ()

-1 s2017 OCT 3
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: Drawing on our study of the soul and the city, we use classical canons of thought and traditional hermeneutics to dissect Book 1 of the Republic! What was Plato really getting at with this cryptic, sometimes offensive work? And more importantly, is there any hope for the city, the society, or the state in... ()

-1 s2017 SEP 23
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: After the fall of the Roman Republic, we ask the question: “why does it seem that no regime can endure?” According to Plato, part of the answer lies in the link between the soul and the city. In the words of Socrates, “the city is the soul writ large.” Tune in as we re-visit... ()

-1 s2017 APR 27
Comments
The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: Have a podcast? Want some free publicity? In this C&C episode, I’ll be recommending other podcasts whose focus corresponds to one or more episodes on THP. Feel free to shoot me an e-mail if you want to have your show featured on the website. By the by, we’ll read some correspondence and address some... ()

-1 s2016 OCT 6
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: Ever have one of those days where your lame boss demands a piece of political propaganda, and all you wanna do is write the definitive literary masterpiece of your civilization’s history?! Well, during the reign of Emperor Augustus, a man named Virgil had just such a day! Follow along with Virgil’s hero — Aeneas... ()

-1 s2016 SEP 17
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: In this exciting conclusion to our three-part miniseries, we say “vale” to the Roman Republic! Along the way, we’ll see how Caesar’s gamble pays off, how his clemency policy doesn’t pay off, and why having a good PR team is a must-have for an aspiring emperor. Warning: Some listeners may experience deja-vu when they... ()

-1 s2016 AUG 28
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: In Part 2 of our tripartite series on the last days of the Roman Republic, we’ll see if the three-man stalemate struck by Pompey, Crassus, and Caesar can sustain a lasting peace! Along the way, Caesar concocts a plan that’s just crazy enough to work, Crassus gets himself into a pickle, and Pompey is... ()

-1 s2016 AUG 21
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: A special announcement from The Heritage Podcast!

-1 s2016 AUG 10
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: In Part 1 of a three-episode series on the dying days of the Roman Republic, we’ll meet the four key players of the 1st century B.C.: Sulla, Pompey, Crassus, and Julius Caesar! Along the way, we’ll see how the line between buffoonery and awesomeness is sometimes very fine, why some public services ought not... ()

-1 s2016 JUL 25
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The Heritage Podcast

The Heritage Podcast

Read more: Tune in as we flashback to the Siege of Syracuse, visiting the Mad Scientist of Sicily and his space-age death contraptions! After that, we’ll touch base with Cato the Elder and see how he’s been holding up since the end of the Second Punic War. (Spoiler: he’s sad it’s over.) Finally, we’ll see how... ()

-1 s2016 MAY 8
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