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Scattered Tribe

Jenn Fredette

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a podcast for people who crave conversations about the things that matter

Latest Episodes

ST 16: To Hop the Pearly Gates

In today’s episode, we dive deep into part 2 of our whistle stop tour of what cultures have had to say about soul. We’re honing today more on what essentially the Western world has had to say about the point of a soul. More concretely, we: * Investigate how three major Greek philosophers conceptualized both what a soul is and what the point of having one is, before moving on to* Examine Christianity’s understanding of a soul, and how its eschatology has deeply marked Western culture, and then we’ll end by* Play with James Hillman's thought—a psychologist who draws quite a bit from Jung—who formed the archetypal psychology concept of the soul. Ready to go deeper? * Wanting to correct me on my philosophical understand, but not sure where to start? Check out Philosophy 101 by Paul Kleinman* Curious about Christianity's concept of soul? Read more here.* Looking to dive deeper into Hillman's ideas? Start with The Soul's Code For more Scattered Tribe, follow us at: (FB & Insta), and subscribe to the weekly insights newsletter, www.scatteredtribe.com/connect HOSTED BY: Jenn Fredette

54 MIN21 hours ago
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ST 16: To Hop the Pearly Gates

ST 15: What Will You Do God, When I Die?

In today's episode, we begin a two-week whirlwind journey, exploring what some cultures (grand and overarching they may be) have to say about soul. In Part I (aka, today), we: * Discuss the ancient Egyptian’s concept of a complex soul, then we’ll* Explore how the Hebrews imagined soul, and finally we’ll end with* Discussing Buddhists understanding of anatta—literally, no self, no soul. Ready to go deeper? * Check out this week's title poem, Rainer Marie Rilke's What Will You Do?* Read more about the Ancient Egyptians, the Hebrews, and the Buddhists' conception of soul. For more Scattered Tribe, follow us at: (FB & Insta), and subscribe to the weekly insights newsletter, www.scatteredtribe.com/connect HOSTED BY: Jenn Fredette

54 MIN1 weeks ago
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ST 15: What Will You Do God, When I Die?

ST 14: Its Own Bright Grace

In today's episode, we explore the idea of “soul”, starting to get a sense of what it is we're diving into over the next few months. Ready to go deeper? * Check out this week's title poem, Pablo Neruda's Water* Read more about the etymology of soul here. For more Scattered Tribe, follow us at: (FB & Insta), and subscribe to the weekly insights newsletter, www.scatteredtribe.com/connect HOSTED BY: Jenn Fredette

44 MIN2 weeks ago
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ST 14: Its Own Bright Grace

Latest Episodes

ST 16: To Hop the Pearly Gates

In today’s episode, we dive deep into part 2 of our whistle stop tour of what cultures have had to say about soul. We’re honing today more on what essentially the Western world has had to say about the point of a soul. More concretely, we: * Investigate how three major Greek philosophers conceptualized both what a soul is and what the point of having one is, before moving on to* Examine Christianity’s understanding of a soul, and how its eschatology has deeply marked Western culture, and then we’ll end by* Play with James Hillman's thought—a psychologist who draws quite a bit from Jung—who formed the archetypal psychology concept of the soul. Ready to go deeper? * Wanting to correct me on my philosophical understand, but not sure where to start? Check out Philosophy 101 by Paul Kleinman* Curious about Christianity's concept of soul? Read more here.* Looking to dive deeper into Hillman's ideas? Start with The Soul's Code For more Scattered Tribe, follow us at: (FB & Insta), and subscribe to the weekly insights newsletter, www.scatteredtribe.com/connect HOSTED BY: Jenn Fredette

54 MIN21 hours ago
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ST 16: To Hop the Pearly Gates

ST 15: What Will You Do God, When I Die?

In today's episode, we begin a two-week whirlwind journey, exploring what some cultures (grand and overarching they may be) have to say about soul. In Part I (aka, today), we: * Discuss the ancient Egyptian’s concept of a complex soul, then we’ll* Explore how the Hebrews imagined soul, and finally we’ll end with* Discussing Buddhists understanding of anatta—literally, no self, no soul. Ready to go deeper? * Check out this week's title poem, Rainer Marie Rilke's What Will You Do?* Read more about the Ancient Egyptians, the Hebrews, and the Buddhists' conception of soul. For more Scattered Tribe, follow us at: (FB & Insta), and subscribe to the weekly insights newsletter, www.scatteredtribe.com/connect HOSTED BY: Jenn Fredette

54 MIN1 weeks ago
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ST 15: What Will You Do God, When I Die?

ST 14: Its Own Bright Grace

In today's episode, we explore the idea of “soul”, starting to get a sense of what it is we're diving into over the next few months. Ready to go deeper? * Check out this week's title poem, Pablo Neruda's Water* Read more about the etymology of soul here. For more Scattered Tribe, follow us at: (FB & Insta), and subscribe to the weekly insights newsletter, www.scatteredtribe.com/connect HOSTED BY: Jenn Fredette

44 MIN2 weeks ago
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ST 14: Its Own Bright Grace

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