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EPIS radio focuses on international cultural criticism, existential psychoanalysis and the application of phenomenology to the problems of everyday life.

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Please join us for more scintillating and valuable discussion with Tayria Ward on the her perspectives about the recovery of the indigenous mind.
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Enjoy us for more discussion with Dr. Tayria Ward on the topic of sustainability and the indigenous mind.

Enjoy us for this first of many discussions revolving around ecological sustainability, the indigenous mind, permaculture, eco-phenomenology & the treatment of non-human animals. In so doing we shall look at these issues from... more

Join us for more discussion the roots of violence with Dr. Eric Greenleaf, psychologist.

Enjoy our continuing discussion with Dr. Eric Greenleaf, clinical psychologist, on the topics of power and violence. We enjoyed our first segment with Dr. Greenleaf and very much look forward to more.

Join us for an interview with psychologist, Dr. Eric Greenleaf, as we continue our exploration of the existential, historical, and cultural roots of violence. Our host, Dr. Kevin Boileau continues our ongoing conversation with the... more

Continued exploration of the roots and understandings of violence. Join us in this most important discussion.

Join us for continued discussion about the phenomenology of rage, violence, and the body.

Join us for an exploration of the phenomenology of rage and violence with our host, Dr. Kevin Boileau. We will also consider an object relations approach to an etiological understanding of the emergence of destructive behavior.

Join Prof. Boileau as he continues his musings about the roots of existential resentment that become perpetrated violence.

Enjoy us for continuing exploration of the existential roots of violence within ourselves. We will study together the dialectic between the Apollinian and the DIonysian, the slave type and the master type, within each one of us. Let's... more
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