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The Culture & Anarchy Podcast brings you the best in freethinking criticism on contemporary issues, libertarianism, Austrian Economics, anarchocapitalism, religion, atheism, and literature. No issue is off limits. No topic is too profane. Prepare yourself for perfection: "The best that has been thought and said."

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48. The Prisoner of Chillon, by Lord Byron; feat. Introduction and Background

The Prisoner of Chillon, by Lord Byron **Be sure to pick up your copy of my new book, The God Function: Deus Ex Grammatica (http://www.lulu.com/shop/morgan-a-brown/the-god-function-deus-ex-grammatica/paperback/product-23361685.html). 30% discount @ lulu.com! NOW AVAILABLE IN AUDIOBOOK FORMAT (AUDIBLE/ITUNES, ETC)** TABLE OF CONTENTS [02:20] Introduction, by Morgan A. Brown -- Some historical and biographical notes that one should consider when trying to understand the poem's underlying tenor. [33:55] Sonnet on Chillon, by Lord Byron [35:51] 1816 Advertisment, by Lord Byron [43:00] The Prisoner of Chillon, by Lord Byron [01:08:24] True Story of the Prisoner of Chillon, by A. Van Amstel (Johannes Christian Neumann): A short biography of Francois Bonivard, which better paints a picture of the real Prisoner of Chillon. Featuring the music of Johannes Brahms, Piano Trio No. 3, played by the Claremont Trio--courtesy of musopen.org (https://musopen.org/music/2071-piano-trio-no-3-op-101/) Also, featuring tracks by the Passion Hifi (https://soundcloud.com/freehiphopbeatsforyou): Cold Heat, I Close My Eyes, and Untouchable. Audio from A King in New York, a Charlie Chaplin film, provided with the expressed permission of Roy Export S.A.S. (www.charliechaplin.com), who holds the copyright thereto.

100 MINAUG 7
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48. The Prisoner of Chillon, by Lord Byron; feat. Introduction and Background

48. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [Complete Edition]

The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady Featuring Poems & Music by the following artists: 1. “Transcendentalism,” by Robert Browning MUSIC: Beethoven, Symphony No. 6 2. “PROEM: Khordeh Avesta,” Publius MUSIC: JS Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major 3. “A Fit of Rhyme Against the Times,” A.A. Learmont MUSIC: Lobo Loco – Traveling to Louisiana 4. “Tragic: Mahler’s Sixth,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Dan Friel - Ulysses MUSIC: Gustave Mahler – Symphony No. 1 5. “Living Classicism,” Troy Camplin MUSIC: Chris Zabriskie - Readers! Do you Read? 6. “Padre Canyon Pilgrimage,” Jack Perry MUSIC: Sam Shalabi - REbetikaud 7. “Fey king Minio: A Cheyenne Romance,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Kai Engel – Moonlight Reprise, Moments of Our Morning, Remedy for Melancholy, Brooks, Sunset, Low Horizon, & Ada Jones and Len Spencer – Broncho Bob and His Little Cheyenne. 8. “Let’s Be Honest Here,” John Gao MUSIC: Black Twig Pickers and Steve Gunn – Sally in the Garden Sifting Sand 9. “The Art of Life,” Troy Camplin MUSIC: Blue Dot Sessions – Lovers Hollow 10. “Sweet Grass,” Jack Perry MUSIC: Lee Maddeford -- Roses 11. “Nature,” “Messenger,” and “Shirpa,” Troy Camplin MUSIC: Blue Dot Sessions – Thread of Clouds 12. “Cilicians,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Bedrich Smetana—Ma Vlast (Vltava) 13. “An Ode to President Trump,” John Gao MUSIC: The US Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps – Soldier’s Farewell Fanfare/Montezuma/March of Windsor Park 14. “Archery Season,” Jack Perry MUSIC: Bipolaroid – Hollow Fox Archery 15. “Sulla: Aquae et Ignis Interdictio,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Franz Liszt—Symphony No. 7 (Beethoven), arr. for piano. Allegretto, played by Lambis Vassiliadis 16. “Name-Amnesia,” Troy Camplin MUSIC: Chan Wai Fat – Dream (Instrumental) 17. “Blood-Bird,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Edvard Grieg – Selections from Norwegian Folk Songs & Dances, played by Papalin MUSIC: Kaos – The Crow **ALSO**Featuring music by The Passion Hifi (Creative Commons License): *****Follow him on Soundcloud, Twitter, and Facebook, and give him great ratings/reviews/likes!!!!****** "Harlem Incident" https://soundcloud.com/freehiphopbeatsforyou/the-passion-hifi-spanish-winter-boom-bap-beat-instrumental

86 MINAUG 2
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48. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [Complete Edition]

47. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [PART III]

The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady Featuring Poems and music by the following artists: 12. “Cilicians,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Bedrich Smetana—Ma Vlast (Vltava) [https://musopen.org/music/25719-ma-vlast-vltava-the-moldau/] (PD) 13. “An Ode to President Trump,” John Gao MUSIC: The US Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps – Soldier’s Farewell Fanfare/Montezuma/March of Windsor Park [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_United_States_Army_Old_Guard_Fife_and_Drum_Corps/Celebrating_50_Years/07_1250] (PD) 14. “Archery Season,” Jack Perry MUSIC: Bipolaroid – Hollow Fox Archery [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Bipolaroid/Live_on_WFMUs_Cherry_Blossom_Clinic_with_Terre_T_April_12_2014/Hollow_Fox_Archery] (CCA3) 15. “Sulla: Aquae et Ignis Interdictio,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Franz Liszt—Symphony No. 7 (Beethoven), arr. for piano. Allegretto, played by Lambis Vassiliadis [https://musopen.org/music/2569-symphony-no-7-in-a-major-op-92/] (PD) 16. “Name-Amnesia,” Troy Camplin MUSIC: Chan Wai Fat – Dream (Instrumental) [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chan_Wai_Fat/Children_of_Soul_Mountain/05_dream] (CCA3 SA) 17. “Blood-Bird,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Edvard Grieg – Selections from Norwegian Folk Songs & Dances, played by Papalin [https://musopen.org/music/6996-25-norwegian-folk-songs-and-dances-op-17/] (CCA3) MUSIC: Kaos – The Crow [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/KAOS/NEW_12/KAOS_-_NEW_12_-_02_The_Crow] (CCA4) **ALSO**Featuring music by The Passion Hifi (Creative Commons License): *****Follow him on Soundcloud, Twitter, and Facebook, and give him great ratings/reviews/likes!!!!****** "Harlem Incident" https://soundcloud.com/freehiphopbeatsforyou/the-passion-hifi-spanish-winter-boom-bap-beat-instrumental

34 MINJUL 31
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47. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [PART III]

46. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [PART II]

The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady Featuring Poems & music by the following artists: 6. “Padre Canyon Pilgrimage,” Jack Perry MUSIC: Sam Shalabi– Rebetikaud [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Sam_Shalabi/On_A_Steady_Diet_of_Hash_Bread__Salt/soundeyet_-_ON_A_STEADY_DIET_OF_HASH_BREAD__SALT_-_08_Rebetikaud] (CCA3) 7. “Fey king Minio: A Cheyenne Romance,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Kai Engel – Moonlight Reprise [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/Irsens_Tale/Kai_Engel_-_Irsens_Tale_-_04_Moonlight_Reprise] (CCA4) MUSIC: Kai Engel – Moments of Our Morning [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/Irsens_Tale/Kai_Engel_-_Irsens_Tale_-_04_Moonlight_Reprise] (CCA4) MUSIC: Kai Engel- Remedy for Melancholy [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/Idea/Kai_Engel_-_Idea_-_06_Remedy_for_Melancholy] (CCA4) MUSIC: Kai Engel – Brooks [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/Chapter_Two__Mild] (CCA4) MUSIC: Kai Engel -- Sunset [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Eng...

30 MINJUL 24
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46. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [PART II]

44. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [PART I]

The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady Featuring music and poetry by the following artists, in chronological order: 1. “Transcendentalism,” by Robert Browning MUSIC: Papalin – Beethoven 6th Symphony, first movement Musopen.org [https://musopen.org/music/2568-symphony-no-6-in-f-major-pastoral-op-68/] (CCA3) 2. “PROEM: Khordeh Avesta,” Publius MUSIC: Advent Chamber orchestra–Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No.5 in D Major- Affectuoso [https://musopen.org/music/3502-brandenburg-concerto-no-5-in-d-major-bwv-1050/](CCA3 SA) 3. “A Fit of Rhyme Against the Times,” A.A. Learmont MUSIC: Lobo Loco – Traveling to Louisiana 4. “Tragic: Mahler’s Sixth,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Dan Friel -- Ulysses [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Dan_Friel/Live_on_Liz_Bergs_WFMU_Show_9-10-12/Dan_Friel_-_07_-_Ulysses] (CCA3) MUSIC: Gustave Mahler – Symphony No. 1 [MUSOPEN.ORG] (CC3) 5. “Living Classicism,” Troy Camplin MUSIC: Chris Zabriskie – Readers! Do You Read? http://freemusicarchive.org/mus...

25 MINJUL 17
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44. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [PART I]

XI. Wherefore We Should Love One Another (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

WHAT SOCIAL CLASSES OWE TO EACH OTHER (1884) BY WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER Read by Morgan A. Brown (The Culture & Anarchy Podcast) In this collection of essays and reflections, William Graham Sumner questions the duties that social activists assume each social class owes to the other. He first inquires into the origins of these "social classes" (the rich, the poor, the capitalist, the working man) that form the class types under question, which do not have their home in American life and whose criticisms have largely been adopted from European modes of thought (as a remnant of critiques of aristocracy). The idea that groups are obliged to provide for the wants of other groups THROUGH THE STATE happens to be one of the most common and destructive misconceptions imaginable. Sumner did not deny that moral duty was a real phenomenon and binding upon any consistent moral sentiment or ethic. He instead simply pointed out the fact that the State was not the agent of moral duty, and was entirely...

24 MINJAN 10
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XI. Wherefore We Should Love One Another (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

X. The Case of the Forgotten Man Farther Considered (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

WHAT SOCIAL CLASSES OWE TO EACH OTHER (1884) BY WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER Read by Morgan A. Brown (The Culture & Anarchy Podcast) In this collection of essays and reflections, William Graham Sumner questions the duties that social activists assume each social class owes to the other. He first inquires into the origins of these "social classes" (the rich, the poor, the capitalist, the working man) that form the class types under question, which do not have their home in American life and whose criticisms have largely been adopted from European modes of thought (as a remnant of critiques of aristocracy). The idea that groups are obliged to provide for the wants of other groups THROUGH THE STATE happens to be one of the most common and destructive misconceptions imaginable. Sumner did not deny that moral duty was a real phenomenon and binding upon any consistent moral sentiment or ethic. He instead simply pointed out the fact that the State was not the agent of moral duty, and was entirely...

27 MINJAN 10
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X. The Case of the Forgotten Man Farther Considered (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

IX. On The Case of a Certain Man Who Is Never Thought Of (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

WHAT SOCIAL CLASSES OWE TO EACH OTHER (1884) BY WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER Read by Morgan A. Brown (The Culture & Anarchy Podcast) In this collection of essays and reflections, William Graham Sumner questions the duties that social activists assume each social class owes to the other. He first inquires into the origins of these "social classes" (the rich, the poor, the capitalist, the working man) that form the class types under question, which do not have their home in American life and whose criticisms have largely been adopted from European modes of thought (as a remnant of critiques of aristocracy). The idea that groups are obliged to provide for the wants of other groups THROUGH THE STATE happens to be one of the most common and destructive misconceptions imaginable. Sumner did not deny that moral duty was a real phenomenon and binding upon any consistent moral sentiment or ethic. He instead simply pointed out the fact that the State was not the agent of moral duty, and was entirely...

16 MINJAN 10
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IX. On The Case of a Certain Man Who Is Never Thought Of (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

VIII. On the Value of the Rule to Mind One's Own Business (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

WHAT SOCIAL CLASSES OWE TO EACH OTHER (1884) BY WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER Read by Morgan A. Brown (The Culture & Anarchy Podcast) In this collection of essays and reflections, William Graham Sumner questions the duties that social activists assume each social class owes to the other. He first inquires into the origins of these "social classes" (the rich, the poor, the capitalist, the working man) that form the class types under question, which do not have their home in American life and whose criticisms have largely been adopted from European modes of thought (as a remnant of critiques of aristocracy). The idea that groups are obliged to provide for the wants of other groups THROUGH THE STATE happens to be one of the most common and destructive misconceptions imaginable. Sumner did not deny that moral duty was a real phenomenon and binding upon any consistent moral sentiment or ethic. He instead simply pointed out the fact that the State was not the agent of moral duty, and was entirely...

15 MINJAN 10
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VIII. On the Value of the Rule to Mind One's Own Business (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

VII. Concerning Some Old Foes Under New Faces (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

WHAT SOCIAL CLASSES OWE TO EACH OTHER (1884) BY WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER Read by Morgan A. Brown (The Culture & Anarchy Podcast) In this collection of essays and reflections, William Graham Sumner questions the duties that social activists assume each social class owes to the other. He first inquires into the origins of these "social classes" (the rich, the poor, the capitalist, the working man) that form the class types under question, which do not have their home in American life and whose criticisms have largely been adopted from European modes of thought (as a remnant of critiques of aristocracy). The idea that groups are obliged to provide for the wants of other groups THROUGH THE STATE happens to be one of the most common and destructive misconceptions imaginable. Sumner did not deny that moral duty was a real phenomenon and binding upon any consistent moral sentiment or ethic. He instead simply pointed out the fact that the State was not the agent of moral duty, and was entirely...

15 MIN2018 DEC 24
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VII. Concerning Some Old Foes Under New Faces (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

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48. The Prisoner of Chillon, by Lord Byron; feat. Introduction and Background

The Prisoner of Chillon, by Lord Byron **Be sure to pick up your copy of my new book, The God Function: Deus Ex Grammatica (http://www.lulu.com/shop/morgan-a-brown/the-god-function-deus-ex-grammatica/paperback/product-23361685.html). 30% discount @ lulu.com! NOW AVAILABLE IN AUDIOBOOK FORMAT (AUDIBLE/ITUNES, ETC)** TABLE OF CONTENTS [02:20] Introduction, by Morgan A. Brown -- Some historical and biographical notes that one should consider when trying to understand the poem's underlying tenor. [33:55] Sonnet on Chillon, by Lord Byron [35:51] 1816 Advertisment, by Lord Byron [43:00] The Prisoner of Chillon, by Lord Byron [01:08:24] True Story of the Prisoner of Chillon, by A. Van Amstel (Johannes Christian Neumann): A short biography of Francois Bonivard, which better paints a picture of the real Prisoner of Chillon. Featuring the music of Johannes Brahms, Piano Trio No. 3, played by the Claremont Trio--courtesy of musopen.org (https://musopen.org/music/2071-piano-trio-no-3-op-101/) Also, featuring tracks by the Passion Hifi (https://soundcloud.com/freehiphopbeatsforyou): Cold Heat, I Close My Eyes, and Untouchable. Audio from A King in New York, a Charlie Chaplin film, provided with the expressed permission of Roy Export S.A.S. (www.charliechaplin.com), who holds the copyright thereto.

100 MINAUG 7
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48. The Prisoner of Chillon, by Lord Byron; feat. Introduction and Background

48. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [Complete Edition]

The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady Featuring Poems & Music by the following artists: 1. “Transcendentalism,” by Robert Browning MUSIC: Beethoven, Symphony No. 6 2. “PROEM: Khordeh Avesta,” Publius MUSIC: JS Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major 3. “A Fit of Rhyme Against the Times,” A.A. Learmont MUSIC: Lobo Loco – Traveling to Louisiana 4. “Tragic: Mahler’s Sixth,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Dan Friel - Ulysses MUSIC: Gustave Mahler – Symphony No. 1 5. “Living Classicism,” Troy Camplin MUSIC: Chris Zabriskie - Readers! Do you Read? 6. “Padre Canyon Pilgrimage,” Jack Perry MUSIC: Sam Shalabi - REbetikaud 7. “Fey king Minio: A Cheyenne Romance,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Kai Engel – Moonlight Reprise, Moments of Our Morning, Remedy for Melancholy, Brooks, Sunset, Low Horizon, & Ada Jones and Len Spencer – Broncho Bob and His Little Cheyenne. 8. “Let’s Be Honest Here,” John Gao MUSIC: Black Twig Pickers and Steve Gunn – Sally in the Garden Sifting Sand 9. “The Art of Life,” Troy Camplin MUSIC: Blue Dot Sessions – Lovers Hollow 10. “Sweet Grass,” Jack Perry MUSIC: Lee Maddeford -- Roses 11. “Nature,” “Messenger,” and “Shirpa,” Troy Camplin MUSIC: Blue Dot Sessions – Thread of Clouds 12. “Cilicians,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Bedrich Smetana—Ma Vlast (Vltava) 13. “An Ode to President Trump,” John Gao MUSIC: The US Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps – Soldier’s Farewell Fanfare/Montezuma/March of Windsor Park 14. “Archery Season,” Jack Perry MUSIC: Bipolaroid – Hollow Fox Archery 15. “Sulla: Aquae et Ignis Interdictio,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Franz Liszt—Symphony No. 7 (Beethoven), arr. for piano. Allegretto, played by Lambis Vassiliadis 16. “Name-Amnesia,” Troy Camplin MUSIC: Chan Wai Fat – Dream (Instrumental) 17. “Blood-Bird,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Edvard Grieg – Selections from Norwegian Folk Songs & Dances, played by Papalin MUSIC: Kaos – The Crow **ALSO**Featuring music by The Passion Hifi (Creative Commons License): *****Follow him on Soundcloud, Twitter, and Facebook, and give him great ratings/reviews/likes!!!!****** "Harlem Incident" https://soundcloud.com/freehiphopbeatsforyou/the-passion-hifi-spanish-winter-boom-bap-beat-instrumental

86 MINAUG 2
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48. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [Complete Edition]

47. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [PART III]

The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady Featuring Poems and music by the following artists: 12. “Cilicians,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Bedrich Smetana—Ma Vlast (Vltava) [https://musopen.org/music/25719-ma-vlast-vltava-the-moldau/] (PD) 13. “An Ode to President Trump,” John Gao MUSIC: The US Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps – Soldier’s Farewell Fanfare/Montezuma/March of Windsor Park [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_United_States_Army_Old_Guard_Fife_and_Drum_Corps/Celebrating_50_Years/07_1250] (PD) 14. “Archery Season,” Jack Perry MUSIC: Bipolaroid – Hollow Fox Archery [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Bipolaroid/Live_on_WFMUs_Cherry_Blossom_Clinic_with_Terre_T_April_12_2014/Hollow_Fox_Archery] (CCA3) 15. “Sulla: Aquae et Ignis Interdictio,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Franz Liszt—Symphony No. 7 (Beethoven), arr. for piano. Allegretto, played by Lambis Vassiliadis [https://musopen.org/music/2569-symphony-no-7-in-a-major-op-92/] (PD) 16. “Name-Amnesia,” Troy Camplin MUSIC: Chan Wai Fat – Dream (Instrumental) [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chan_Wai_Fat/Children_of_Soul_Mountain/05_dream] (CCA3 SA) 17. “Blood-Bird,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Edvard Grieg – Selections from Norwegian Folk Songs & Dances, played by Papalin [https://musopen.org/music/6996-25-norwegian-folk-songs-and-dances-op-17/] (CCA3) MUSIC: Kaos – The Crow [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/KAOS/NEW_12/KAOS_-_NEW_12_-_02_The_Crow] (CCA4) **ALSO**Featuring music by The Passion Hifi (Creative Commons License): *****Follow him on Soundcloud, Twitter, and Facebook, and give him great ratings/reviews/likes!!!!****** "Harlem Incident" https://soundcloud.com/freehiphopbeatsforyou/the-passion-hifi-spanish-winter-boom-bap-beat-instrumental

34 MINJUL 31
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47. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [PART III]

46. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [PART II]

The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady Featuring Poems & music by the following artists: 6. “Padre Canyon Pilgrimage,” Jack Perry MUSIC: Sam Shalabi– Rebetikaud [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Sam_Shalabi/On_A_Steady_Diet_of_Hash_Bread__Salt/soundeyet_-_ON_A_STEADY_DIET_OF_HASH_BREAD__SALT_-_08_Rebetikaud] (CCA3) 7. “Fey king Minio: A Cheyenne Romance,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Kai Engel – Moonlight Reprise [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/Irsens_Tale/Kai_Engel_-_Irsens_Tale_-_04_Moonlight_Reprise] (CCA4) MUSIC: Kai Engel – Moments of Our Morning [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/Irsens_Tale/Kai_Engel_-_Irsens_Tale_-_04_Moonlight_Reprise] (CCA4) MUSIC: Kai Engel- Remedy for Melancholy [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/Idea/Kai_Engel_-_Idea_-_06_Remedy_for_Melancholy] (CCA4) MUSIC: Kai Engel – Brooks [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/Chapter_Two__Mild] (CCA4) MUSIC: Kai Engel -- Sunset [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Eng...

30 MINJUL 24
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46. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [PART II]

44. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [PART I]

The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady Featuring music and poetry by the following artists, in chronological order: 1. “Transcendentalism,” by Robert Browning MUSIC: Papalin – Beethoven 6th Symphony, first movement Musopen.org [https://musopen.org/music/2568-symphony-no-6-in-f-major-pastoral-op-68/] (CCA3) 2. “PROEM: Khordeh Avesta,” Publius MUSIC: Advent Chamber orchestra–Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No.5 in D Major- Affectuoso [https://musopen.org/music/3502-brandenburg-concerto-no-5-in-d-major-bwv-1050/](CCA3 SA) 3. “A Fit of Rhyme Against the Times,” A.A. Learmont MUSIC: Lobo Loco – Traveling to Louisiana 4. “Tragic: Mahler’s Sixth,” Morgan A. Brown MUSIC: Dan Friel -- Ulysses [http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Dan_Friel/Live_on_Liz_Bergs_WFMU_Show_9-10-12/Dan_Friel_-_07_-_Ulysses] (CCA3) MUSIC: Gustave Mahler – Symphony No. 1 [MUSOPEN.ORG] (CC3) 5. “Living Classicism,” Troy Camplin MUSIC: Chris Zabriskie – Readers! Do You Read? http://freemusicarchive.org/mus...

25 MINJUL 17
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44. The Dial (Volume II): The Woods of Arcady [PART I]

XI. Wherefore We Should Love One Another (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

WHAT SOCIAL CLASSES OWE TO EACH OTHER (1884) BY WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER Read by Morgan A. Brown (The Culture & Anarchy Podcast) In this collection of essays and reflections, William Graham Sumner questions the duties that social activists assume each social class owes to the other. He first inquires into the origins of these "social classes" (the rich, the poor, the capitalist, the working man) that form the class types under question, which do not have their home in American life and whose criticisms have largely been adopted from European modes of thought (as a remnant of critiques of aristocracy). The idea that groups are obliged to provide for the wants of other groups THROUGH THE STATE happens to be one of the most common and destructive misconceptions imaginable. Sumner did not deny that moral duty was a real phenomenon and binding upon any consistent moral sentiment or ethic. He instead simply pointed out the fact that the State was not the agent of moral duty, and was entirely...

24 MINJAN 10
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XI. Wherefore We Should Love One Another (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

X. The Case of the Forgotten Man Farther Considered (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

WHAT SOCIAL CLASSES OWE TO EACH OTHER (1884) BY WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER Read by Morgan A. Brown (The Culture & Anarchy Podcast) In this collection of essays and reflections, William Graham Sumner questions the duties that social activists assume each social class owes to the other. He first inquires into the origins of these "social classes" (the rich, the poor, the capitalist, the working man) that form the class types under question, which do not have their home in American life and whose criticisms have largely been adopted from European modes of thought (as a remnant of critiques of aristocracy). The idea that groups are obliged to provide for the wants of other groups THROUGH THE STATE happens to be one of the most common and destructive misconceptions imaginable. Sumner did not deny that moral duty was a real phenomenon and binding upon any consistent moral sentiment or ethic. He instead simply pointed out the fact that the State was not the agent of moral duty, and was entirely...

27 MINJAN 10
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X. The Case of the Forgotten Man Farther Considered (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

IX. On The Case of a Certain Man Who Is Never Thought Of (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

WHAT SOCIAL CLASSES OWE TO EACH OTHER (1884) BY WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER Read by Morgan A. Brown (The Culture & Anarchy Podcast) In this collection of essays and reflections, William Graham Sumner questions the duties that social activists assume each social class owes to the other. He first inquires into the origins of these "social classes" (the rich, the poor, the capitalist, the working man) that form the class types under question, which do not have their home in American life and whose criticisms have largely been adopted from European modes of thought (as a remnant of critiques of aristocracy). The idea that groups are obliged to provide for the wants of other groups THROUGH THE STATE happens to be one of the most common and destructive misconceptions imaginable. Sumner did not deny that moral duty was a real phenomenon and binding upon any consistent moral sentiment or ethic. He instead simply pointed out the fact that the State was not the agent of moral duty, and was entirely...

16 MINJAN 10
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IX. On The Case of a Certain Man Who Is Never Thought Of (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

VIII. On the Value of the Rule to Mind One's Own Business (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

WHAT SOCIAL CLASSES OWE TO EACH OTHER (1884) BY WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER Read by Morgan A. Brown (The Culture & Anarchy Podcast) In this collection of essays and reflections, William Graham Sumner questions the duties that social activists assume each social class owes to the other. He first inquires into the origins of these "social classes" (the rich, the poor, the capitalist, the working man) that form the class types under question, which do not have their home in American life and whose criticisms have largely been adopted from European modes of thought (as a remnant of critiques of aristocracy). The idea that groups are obliged to provide for the wants of other groups THROUGH THE STATE happens to be one of the most common and destructive misconceptions imaginable. Sumner did not deny that moral duty was a real phenomenon and binding upon any consistent moral sentiment or ethic. He instead simply pointed out the fact that the State was not the agent of moral duty, and was entirely...

15 MINJAN 10
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VIII. On the Value of the Rule to Mind One's Own Business (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

VII. Concerning Some Old Foes Under New Faces (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)

WHAT SOCIAL CLASSES OWE TO EACH OTHER (1884) BY WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER Read by Morgan A. Brown (The Culture & Anarchy Podcast) In this collection of essays and reflections, William Graham Sumner questions the duties that social activists assume each social class owes to the other. He first inquires into the origins of these "social classes" (the rich, the poor, the capitalist, the working man) that form the class types under question, which do not have their home in American life and whose criticisms have largely been adopted from European modes of thought (as a remnant of critiques of aristocracy). The idea that groups are obliged to provide for the wants of other groups THROUGH THE STATE happens to be one of the most common and destructive misconceptions imaginable. Sumner did not deny that moral duty was a real phenomenon and binding upon any consistent moral sentiment or ethic. He instead simply pointed out the fact that the State was not the agent of moral duty, and was entirely...

15 MIN2018 DEC 24
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VII. Concerning Some Old Foes Under New Faces (WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER)
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