What you can’t say; and Wild Day [SSL164]

podcast August 5, 2020

share close

My book is available for pre-order. yipppeee!

Take a look!

On Soul School today they are some insights from the 2004 essay by Paul Graham “What We Can't Say” (I'm reading excerpts). It has intellectual rigor and serves as an important reminder of the purpose of taboos in relation to power, how moral fashion works, and covers resisting our default setting of thinking what we are told to think. I don't embrace all of his examples nor have I landed in the same places as some of his conclusions, but his thesis is a worthy one, and we are wise to listen and be challenged by it.
Your support means a lot.
View the EXTRAS page at no cost today for more related on this episode, including the link read the full article, and other here: post

Listen now with the AUDIO PLAYER:

(When you support this work at Patreon, you unlock hundreds of extras from many episodes and get news on mybook “The Wild Land Within” published with Broadleaf Books – contains over 345 audio episodes, an online store, and resources. Roam around the website and enjoy!

Pay-what-you-can as a partner.

Listen to a recent episode:

• Spark My Muse can thrive when you help in these two ways:

1. Share the program with another person today.

2. Leave a Rating/ Write a Review on iTunes HERE.

Don't forget to pick a subscribe option that is best for you at ( below:

Rate it
Previous episode
Similar episodes

Post comments

This post currently has no comments.

Leave a reply