Archive for July 2018

Episode 3: A Podcast Concerning Human Understanding (The Scientific Revolution)

July 30, 2018 @ 10:00 am

The Scientific Revolution is famous for figures such as Copernicus, Galileo and Newton, and developments in technology and giving science a methodology. But ever think that there may be more to the Scientific Revolution than just science? Ever wonder how the humanities and the sciences became such separate entities? Have you heard "I think therefore I am" and wonder what that argument even means? Join us on this episode of Pan Historia as Lyndsay and Jonah dive into the Scientific Revolution's impact on modern philosophy. 

Into Music: The Philosopher's Song by Monty Python

Outro Music: Warmth Feeling by Samashi

Filed under Pan Historia, Philosophy ·

Episode 2, Part 2: The First Crusade

July 16, 2018 @ 10:00 am

The mouth of Anatolia is littered with the bodies of the dead. These were the people who believed they would retake the Holy Land out of the promise of glory and absolution. Instead, the Eastern end of the Bosphorus has become their grave. As the summer of 1097 comes to a close, a group of Princes depart their homes, each with thousands of soldiers and knights accompanying them. These are the chosen Princes, the ones believed to be strong enough, noble enough, to represent the Christian world in a divine conquest. Jerusalem, and sanctity await them……

Intro music: Moorland by Kevin Macloud

Outro music: Warmth Feeling by Samashi

Filed under Pan Historia, Middle Ages, Religious History, Military History ·

Episode 2, Part 1: The Peasants Crusade

July 2, 2018 @ 10:00 am

The Byzantine Empire is dwindling, Pope Urban II's power is threatened, and claims of autrocities committed against Christian pilgrams to Jerusalem have sparked horror and outrage across Western Europe. With the cry of "Deus Vult", The First Crusade is declared. However, a group of Peasants decide they are the heroes God has chosen for this journey. Are they? Join us as we discuss the misadventures that were The Peasants Crusade.

Filed under Pan Historia, Middle Ages, Religious History, Military History, European ·

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