Alan Watts Podcast
By Alan Watts
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Alan Watts is one of the most widely read philosophers of the 20th century. In addition to his 28 books, Alan Watts delivered hundreds of public lectures and seminars the recordings of which have been preserved in the archives of the Electronic University. Alan's eldest son Mark Watts has reviewed and cataloged these talks to prepare them for public broadcast. In 2005 Amber Star of Zencast.org created Alan Watts podcast to help disseminate these lectures to a new iPod listening generation . Today the Electronic University and Zencast.org are pleased to present the highlights of the spoken works of Alan Watts.
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Every Word is Meaningful
Alan Watts has been such a major influence in my life. Every lecture series is filled with insight and elegant explanations of Taoism, Life, Zen and the world. His approach is refreshing, honest and beautiful. As we all know how "the world peoples", Alan Watts has been the most inspring 'peoples' in this century. His unique humor and well balanced stories pulls everything together which makes the world a peaceful place. Thank you.
Like a Virus
This is such a valuable resource. I am a teacher, and have been telling my students in an off-hand way about these podcasts, and suddenly find out that there's a movement afoot. Dozens of my students are talking about Watts, reading his books, and discovering their true Self - all on their own. All I had to do was suggest it. Having these in a podcast format brings Watts to a new generation, who otherwise might not have discovered him. Thank you for the podcasts, and thank you to Alan Watts for helping us all know who we truly are.
Love the podcast but . . .
recently (summer 2007) someone has decided that it would be a grand idea to add music which over-powers Alan's voice. Even worse is the inserting of adverts in the middle of his talks. This has marred a five-star podcast and it is very disappointing. I am fine with a brief message (15-20 seconds) before or after the dialogue to sell Watt's related gear; but spending several minutes on musical interludes and the hawking of for-profit items is nearly enough to turn me off the podcast. I'll hang in for awhile longer but if the words of Alan Watts are further tampered with - I'm out.
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