Gary Herstein /// Quantum of Explanation w/ Matt Segall
In this episode, Matt Baker and Matt Segall speak with Whitehead scholar Gary Herstein about his reading of WH as well as what Process Theology can sometimes miss through inattentiveness to certain aspects of WH. Gary is coauthor of The Quantum of Explanation: Whitehead's Radical Empiricism.
Clayton Crockett /// Energy and Change Conclusion
In this episode, we conclude our exploration of Clayton Crockett's book 'Energy and Change: A New Materialist Cosmotheology'. Specifically, Matt Baker and Matt Valler speak with Clayton Crockett himself to clarify and extend several ideas in this important book.
Petra Carlsson /// Energy and Change Pt 5
In this episode, we continue our exploration of Clayton Crockett's book Energy and Change: A New Materialist Cosmotheology. Specifically, Matt Baker and Matt Valler are joined by Petra Carlsson to discuss chapter 4, Of Spirit in Amerindian, Vodou, and Chinese Traditions.
Jeffrey Robbins /// Energy And Change Pt 4
This episode continues our exploration of Clayton Crockett's 2022 publication Energy and Change: A New Materialist Cosmotheology. Specifically, Matt Baker and Matt Valler are joined by Jeffrey Robbins for a discussion of chapter 3: Political Economy and Political Ecology: Energy, Political Economy, and Exchange.
Marika Rose /// Theology for the End of the World
In this episode, Justin Pearl and Matt Baker speak with Marika Rose about her recent publication "Theology for the End of the World". Dr. Marika Rose is Senior Lecturer in Philosophical Theology and works at the intersection of systematic theology and continental philosophy of religion.
Andy Hutcheson /// The Metallurgical Roots of Climate Change
This episode features a talk given by Andy Hutcheson at the 43rd Conference of the theoretical Archaeological Group in Edinburgh. The title of the paper is, The Long Roots of the Climate Crisis: An Archaeological Perspective on the Causes of Climate Change.
Ben Burgis /// On Christopher Hitchens
In this episode Justin Pearl and Matt Baker speak with Ben Burgis who is a columnist for /Jacobin/ Magazine, an adjunct philosophy professor at Rutgers University, an online instructor at the School for Social and Cultural Change, and the host of the podcast and YouTube show Give Them An Argument.
Andrew McLuhan /// Techno-Maelstrom
Wherein Justin Pearl, Matt Valler, and Matt Baker speak with Andrew McLuhan, grandson of Marshall McLuhan, son of Eric McLuhan, and the founder of the McLuhan institute. We touch on media ecology, what ‘the medium is the message’ is all about, understanding media as activism, and more.
Mary Jane Rubenstein /// Astrotopia Pre-Launch [Excerpt]
In this Interrupted podcast excerpt, Jordan Miller and Matt Baker speak with Mary Jane Rubenstein, Professor of Religion and Science in Society at Wesleyan University. We discuss goats, Elon Musk, technology, theological method, telescopes, Ukraine, and more.