We examine the symbolism of the Dragon and the Beasts in the book of Revelation and how it relates to us today. The coherence of the imagery used in the text is explained as well as the relevance to current political trends and the development of artificial intelligence.
I discuss the work and ideas of Benedict Sheehan and his wife Talia Sheehan. Benedict was recently nominated for an Emmy and his new composition for the Diving Liturgy has received rave reviews.
We explore the symbolic structure of the first part of the the story of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight as he encounters the Knight. We look at the cosmological and ontological structure set up as Sir Gawain accepts to make an impossible promise.
Neil De Graide is a musician, composer and singer for Dirt Poor Robins. We discuss how artists can sometimes intuit what will happen and manifest that in their work.
Dr Boddington is the author of “Towards a Code of Ethics for Artificial Intelligence”. She is currently a Senior Lecturer at the New College of the Humanities and has held academic positions at the University of Bristol, the Australian National University, Cardiff University, and Oxford University. She has received research awards from the Future of Life Institute, the National Institute of Health Research, and the Wellcome Trust.
This is an episode of the WAWTAR (why are we talking about rabbits) podcast where we look at the difference between the Old World and New World and why that is relevant today.
For a literature class at Saskatoon University, I discuss St-Margaret (Marina) of Antioch with Mark
We look at how Batman in The Dark Knight shows us how to be a hero in an upside down world in the scene where kidnappers dress up their victims as perpetrators. We compare this story to Christ turning the tables over in the Temple to chase away the money changers.
JF Martel is a filmmaker, an author, a cultural commentator and the host of a podcast called Weird Studies. My strange doppelganger, JF and I discuss art, stories and the relationship with the weird and the sacred.