By Jaime Escuder
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A progressive podcast for people who make sense of the world without religion.
||CleanV for Vulnerable – Ep. 107 - None Sense||"Novotna produced one of the defining sporting moments of the 1990s when she stumbled in sight of victory against Steffi Graf, and then dampened the Duchess of Kent’s shoulder with her tears." - Related: -||11/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanGrief Without God – Ep. 1.6 - None Sense||In this episode, I discuss how I, as a none, contend with grief. - MICHIKO DEAD - Día de los Muertos - a log - wind-blown plywood - Nevermore.||10/31/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEnough – Ep. 1.5 - None Sense||This episode was inspired by an article I read about the race to develop artificial intelligence. It reminded me of a story that I heard about Jospeh Heller, which got me thinking about the concept of enough. - References -||10/25/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHamilton’s Warning – Ep. 1.4 - None Sense||In this episode, I explain why I believe that packing the courts with conservative jurists, as Trump and McConnell plan to do, will cause us to lose our rights. - I also talk about John Rawls and Alexander Hamilton. What do they have in common?||10/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHappiness Is a Mailed Letter – Ep. 1.3 - None Sense||My solution to the gun violence problem. (It's not what you think.) - CORRECTION: In this episode, I claim that the population density of Cook County, Illinois is 9,000 people per square mile. This is incorrect. It's about 5,500 per square mile.||10/11/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThank You, Tom Petty – Ep. 1.2 - None Sense||This is my tribute to Tom Petty, who was great. Transcript: Hi, this is Jaime Escuder and welcome to None Sense. - Tom Petty has died. - When I heard that, I, of course, was sad because I liked Tom Petty. He seemed like a really, you know,||10/11/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Illusion of Institutions – Ep. 1.1 - None Sense||In this second episode of None Sense, I respond to the following statement by Michelle Goldberg: It’s a source of constant astonishment to me that the country has handed over the means to destroy civilization on this planet to an unhinged lunatic who||10/11/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWelcome to None Sense! – Ep. 0 - None Sense||Hi! In this inaugural episode, I introduce myself and explain what I'm doing with this podcast. To summarize, I'm a non-religious liberal who loves America. Or the idea of it, anyway. I explain more in the show, so give it a listen. Welcome!||10/3/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
One Hundred PerSense
If a person says they treasure the Now. If a person writes about how to learn contentment. If doing good is that person's daily goal, then I want to know them, hear what they have to say, and join in those actions for a better world. Escuder is unapologetically honest in his knowing religion isn't required to do good in the world, but he avoids the cliche of the pedantic Aetheist lording over believers. Sincere, reasonable, and intelligent podcast. Bravo!
Mr. Escuder seems to have few preconceived notions about subjects of which I have heretofore remained indignant. To be genuinely enlightened becomes increasingly rare as we get older; I am grateful to this thoughtful podcast for lifting that possibility in me.
This podcast is thought provoking and insightful. It does a great job at taking an in depth look into the world, as a whole without a religious slant. It's an honest and brave look into the thoughts of a very interesting host on topics that affect everyone.