In this episode we discuss Jason's new book, The Nature of Human Persons, whether humans have a soul, the relationship of the mind and body, what constitutes death, the possibility of resurrection, and the possibility of alien life.
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Jim Madden on Mortality, Meaning, and Family
In this episode, Jim Madden returns to discuss his experience with getting Covid-19, mortality, finding meaning in one's life, the meaning of religious language, the loss of culture in North America and how this cripples our ethics, as well as raising a family in the modern world.
Jennifer Hart Weed on the Philosophy of Science and the Human Person
Dr. Jennifer Hart Weed is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of New Brunswick. She specializes in Medieval Philosophy and also teaches courses on metaphysics, philosophy of mind, and the philosophy of science.
Gaven Kerr on God, Being, and Realism
Gaven Kerr is a lecturer in Philosophy at St. Patrick's College Maynooth in Ireland. His areas of expertise are in medieval philosophy (especially the work of Thomas Aquinas) and modern philosophy (with a focus on Immanuel Kant). He is the author of Aquinas's Way to God: The Proof in De Ente et Essentia, a study of St. Thomas Aquinas's existential proof for the existence of God, and Aquinas and the Metaphysics of Creation.
Kazingram Roundtable with Axel Kazadi
Welcome to our first Kazingram Roundtable. We decided that in addition to our regular podcast we wanted to have a forum where both of our editors could sit down and have more personal discussions with friends of the Podcast. Axel is a PhD student in theology at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto. He specializes in the theology of John Calvin.