Episode 57

Postmodernism Explained, with Stephen Hicks

Published on: 30th September, 2022

Part 1. Professor Hicks joins us to give an overview of his brilliant exposé on Postmodernism's roots. To be continued with Part 2, later this year.

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Episode 57 (64 minutes) was recorded at 2200 Central European Time, on September 16, 2022, with Ringr app.. Martin did the editing and post-production with the podcast maker, Alitu

(Editor's note: The transcript will be generated by Veed.io in the near future. I will test out the online video editor, and generate transcripts for videos in the near future, now with a new laptop, MacBook Air M2.)

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Blair Schofield

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I'm a 'lapsed' blogger who turned his blog into a podcast. Now the task is to keep both up to date! My co-host Martin Lindeskog and I have already celebrated our one year anniversary, with the podcast.

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Creator, ✍🏻 Tea Book Sketches. Indie Biz Philosopher ⚛️ & New Media 📲 Advisor, TeaParty.Media. Blogger since 2002 and podcaster🎙since 2006. First podcast: EGO NetCast. Latest podcast: High Five for Hemp. Support 💲My Work and 🗽 Freedom of Expression: https://bio.link/lyceum