Loving the Cloud

Loving the Cloud

Latest Episodes

009 "Episode 19, Website"
February 15, 2016

This episode is the one where we clarify our own mission by finding a design for our website .

008 "Episode 18, Gestation"
February 04, 2016

This episode is about ritual, worship, dryness, consolation addiction, suffering, waiting, and the Victorian era.

007 "Episode 17, Gestation"
January 19, 2016

This episode is about art, history, personal history, repentance and remembrance, sheep, shepherds, trust, paths, and friendship.

006 "Episode 7, Hawai'i"
December 16, 2015

This episode is about personal life (death, job transition), people helping each other, books (Steinbeck, Buber, Sarah Vowell, Michel Faber), speechlessness, colonialism, power, false religion, martyrdom, missionaries, sketchiness, and generational drift.

005 "Episode 14, Zeus"
November 25, 2015

This is the episode where we talk about hunger, emulating Jesus, East of Eden and Cain and Abel. Additional topics include: consecration, intersubjectivity, ontology, fundamental trust and suspicion and "Jesus wept".

004 "Episode 3, Legacy"
November 06, 2015

This is the episode where we talk about death, memory, charity, formulas and formula-lessness, growth and life. Additional topics include: Kierkegaard's diary habits, the curse of having too many songs and Mt. Helix

003 "Episode 12, Eliduc"
October 22, 2015

This is the episode where we talk about trust, literature, redistribution of wealth, romance and (just in time for Halloween), cosmic horror. Additional topics include: spooks, human nature, exercise, "getting out of the car" (courtesy of Scott S. Alexan

002 "Episode 10, Naming"
October 14, 2015

This episode is the one where we come up with the name of this very podcast: "Loving the Cloud". Additional topics include: naming in general, reductionism, quasi-solipsism, subjective perception, loving others and multitudes, corn dogs, Buber, Stirner

001 "Episode 9, Monte Cristo"
September 04, 2015

This episode is about plausibility. To what extent are our beliefs conditioned by a sense of plausibility? It's also about career changes. (It's about other things too). Topics include: philosophy, atheism, agnosticism, apologetics, Christianity, caree