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The Mystery Of The Human Thought (English) - TBWJP020

The Ben Wood Johnson Podcast

Release Date: 10/15/2018

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The Ben Wood Johnson Podcast

Understanding the Concept of Time (Part 4)

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Understanding the Concept of Time (Part 3) Clarification

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The Ben Wood Johnson Podcast

This podcast expands on the notion of time. The common belief is that time is a linear continuum. Dr. Ben Wood Johnson refutes that understanding. Time, Dr. Johnson argues, is a constant. It is always experienced in the present. Therefore, time has no particular origins, which are perceptible by men, at least not from planet earth or anywhere in our solar system. Time is a burst between what was and what could be within the universe itself. Let us listen!

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Understanding the Concept of Time (Part 2)

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The Ben Wood Johnson Podcast

Understanding the Concept of Time (Part 1)

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What makes a man hate another man?

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What it means to be evil?

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This podcast is part of a series about education. In this entry, Dr. Ben Wood Johnson highlights the works of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Dr. Johnson examines Rousseau as a great philosopher in human history. He explores some of the views Rousseau echoed about the role of education in society. Let us have a listen!

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This is the final installment in a series of podcasts about the role of experience in education. In this entry, Dr. Ben Wood Johnson examines the notion of social control in education. He echoes John Dewey’s understanding about the need for a balance in our approach to education. It is unlikely that society would be able to function without control mechanisms. However, there is also a need to allow students to be a part of the educational process. Let us have a listen!

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This is the fifth installment in a series of podcasts about the role of experience in education. In this entry, Dr. Ben Wood Johnson examines the notion of experience. He delineates the nuance John Dewey makes between continuity and interaction. The argument is that the individual must be allowed to experience the world on his own. Let us have a listen!

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Human beings do not get out of their way to think. They just do it. Yet, it is not easy to decipher the nature of a human thought. This Podcast examines what constitutes a thought. It introduces the concept of the mystery of a thought.