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The New Mason Jar with Cindy Rollins explores the application of Charlotte Mason’s philosophy to the atmosphere, discipline, and life of our homes and schools. We cover Charlotte’s timeless principles as they work themselves out in our real and modern lives. Interviewing seasoned moms who have cherished Charlotte’s works while raising real children in real families, we endeavor to lay a foundation of hope and possibility for our listeners. However imperfectly.
 
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Fanatic! I hope you survived the last few days. I had a sandwich and some Gatorade I bought the night before at a grocery store. Great records I’ve heard lately: MOD CON - Modern Condition Bat Fangs - Queen Of My World Screensaver - Expressions Of Interest Alien Nosejob - Paint It Clear Delivery - new songs We have a great show for you tonight. A g…
 
Every month on Patreon there is a movie discussion group called Exposure. Exposure is a monthly film club where we use movies as a lens through which we can look at some important but difficult concepts from philosophy, theology and psychoanalysis.This month Peter Rollins talks about the movie Pig, directed by Michael Sarnoski and staring Nicolas C…
 
And, Mary, seeking meekly for direction, asked ‘how shall this be after the wont of men?’ and she was shewn how, by the immediate power of God Most High, the Child should be born, holy, the Son of God; and Mary, not knowing what all this might mean to her, cried ‘Behold the handmaid of the Lord, be it to me according to Thy word.’ Charlotte Mason, …
 
Fanatic. Greetings. I hope you had a great week. We have a cool show for you tonight with a bit of a concept in our second hour as you can see below. I just got my Bat Fangs LP in the mail and it sounds so good on vinyl. Also, the Australian band MOD CON’s new album Modern Condition is really good. We hope you enjoy the show. Next week’s tracks are…
 
Fanatic! I hope November has been good and full of music. A lot of new tracks tonight! As you’re probably aware, there has been a big slow down with record production. It’s frustrating for all concerned from the fans, the bands and the record companies. I don’t know how long this will last. Now and then I get a little insider info on what’s coming …
 
I think all that I have written is still true, but I would emphasize habit and so-on less; child-mind, no, because a child has as much mind as the rest of us. Charlotte Mason, In a letter to Henrietta Franklin Show Summary: Today’s guest is Maria Bell, homeschool mother of 4 What is your story of coming to discover Charlotte Mason? What was Charlot…
 
Fanatic! I hope our first show for November finds you in the best of health. I’ve been getting some good listening in. Joy Division bootlegs, Station To Station, Magik Markers, Cramps, The Fall, Stooges, Ornette, Coltrane and beyond that, some albums that aren’t out yet but I think you will like. They’ll be on the show for sure. Suffice to say, the…
 
Insofar we are laying ourselves out to secure that each shall “live his life”; and that, not at his neighbor’s expense; because, so wonderful is the economy of the world that when a man really lives his life he benefits his neighbor as well as himself; we all thrive in the well-being of each. Charlotte Mason, a Philosophy of Education, Vol. 6 Show …
 
Fanatic! I hope your October was good. I got a lot of music listened to. Not as much as I wanted but still, I got in some great listening sessions. I’m guessing you might have plans for tonight as it’s a Saturday night and you might catch this show later. I hope that whatever you get up to, that you stay safe. Tonight we have a great mix tape lined…
 
Fanatic! I hope you’re enjoying October. I think we have a perfect October mix tape for tonight’s listening. Look at our second hour! We’re going to check out Low by David Bowie. Easily one his best and pitch perfect autumn listening. New Grouper! Screensaver - 'Expressions of Interest' LP very cool Alicja-Pop! New Bat Fangs! Larry Hardy and I put …
 
Today’s guest is Liz Wetzel, mother of 5 and Charlotte Mason co-op leader How Liz found the need for a learning community that was sustainable How Liz came to know about Charlotte Mason’s philosophy Why Liz’s family left Classical Conversations for something else What happened when Liz started a Charlotte Mason reading group How Liz structured thei…
 
Fanatic! Happy October! I hope you’re getting in a lot of listening. Bent Arcana featuring John Dwyer and company will be doing their first ever show at Zebulon on October 26! I’d been hoping this unit would play live. So glad this is happening. If you’ve not been to Zebulon on Fletcher Ave. in Los Angeles, you should change that. Excellent place t…
 
“It is no arbitrary reward which is attached to the assembling of two or three together; we warm ourselves at each others’ fires, and glow with the heat we get. Let but the heads of two or three families meet together to talk over the bringing up of their children, and the best and wisest parents will go home with new insight, renewed purpose, and …
 
“It may be that the souls of all children are waiting for the call of knowledge to awaken them to delightful living.” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 6, Philosophy of Education Show Summary: Today’s episode is our first Charlotte Mason Q&A with Cindy and Dawn What volume should a mother of young children start with first? What does Charlotte say about asking…
 
“How delicious it is to sit down with a twig.” A Student, as quoted by Charlotte Mason Show Summary: Today’s guest is Naomi Goegan, an Auxiliary member of AmblesideOnline How Naomi discovered Charlotte Mason’s philosophy What would you say to new moms about starting nature study and going on nature walks? Why does nature study get so closely associ…
 
“Consider, too, what an unequaled mental training the child-naturalist is getting for any study or calling under the sun -the powers of attention, of discrimination, of patient pursuit, growing with his growth, what will they not fit him for?” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 1, Home Education Show Summary: Today’s guest is Lynn Seddon, author of the nature s…
 
“Love, and the service of love, are the only things that count.” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 4, Ourselves Show Summary: Today’s guest is Caitlin Bruce Beauchamp, daughter of Lynn Bruce and an AmblesideOnline graduate How Caitlin came to embrace Charlotte Mason’s methods as an adult and foster parent What Caitlin remembers most about her homeschool and gr…
 
“The method is as old as the mind of man, the distressful fact is that it has been made so little use of in general education.” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 6, Philosophy of Education Show Summary: Today’s guest is Karen Glass, author and member of the AmblesideOnline Advisory What is narration? How does narration work in the homeschool setting? Does a ch…
 
“Even for their earliest reading lessons, it is unnecessary to put twaddle into the hands of children.” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 1, Home Education Show Summary: Today’s guests are Amy Edwards and Tina Mugglin of Blue Sky Daisies Publishing How Amy and Tina started Blue Sky Daisies How Cindy started publishing new editions of her books with Blue Sky Da…
 
“The child brings with him into the world, not character, but disposition. He has tendencies which may need only to be strengthened, or, again, to be diverted or even repressed. His character––the efflorescence of the man wherein the fruit of his life is a preparing––is original disposition, modified, directed, expanded by education; by circumstanc…
 
As Claude Lévi-Strauss famously demonstrated in his seminal essay ‘Do Duel Organizations Exist?’, one of the issues that faces a society involves the fact that different groups map social conflict in radically different ways. It’s not the case that opposing political groups agree about the basic issues that face the world they inhabit, then line up…
 
“The question is not, — how much does the youth know? when he has finished his education — but how much does he care? and about how many orders of things does he care? In fact, how large is the room in which he finds his feet set? and, therefore, how full is the life he has before him?” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 3, School Education Show Summary: Welcom…
 
“There are few joys in life greater and more consistent than our joy in Beauty ” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 4, Ourselves Show Summary: Today’s guest is Leah Boden of Modern Miss Mason How Leah found out about the Charlotte Mason philosophy How Leah learned about and implemented the philosophy with freedom Who was Charlotte Mason anyway? What Leah’s book…
 
“The message for our age is, Believe in mind, and let education go straight as a bolt to the mind of the pupil.” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 6, Philosophy of Education Show Summary: Today’s guest is Karen Glass, author and member of the AmblesideOnline Advisory What, as a whole, are Charlotte Mason’s 20 Principles? What exactly is a principle anyway? Wha…
 
“[T]he fact is, that a few broad essential principles cover the whole field, and these once fully laid hold of, it is as easy and natural to act upon them as it is to act upon our knowledge of such facts as that fire burns and water flows.” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 1, Home education Show Summary: Today’s guest is Brandy Vencel of Afterthoughtsblog.net…
 
Coffee and Concepts is an online interactive event that takes place on the first Saturday of every month. Each session begins with the introduction of a philosophical concept that is then dissected and discussed. These morning events (depending on where in the world you are) are designed to help kick your day off with an important idea picked speci…
 
The Anthropologist Lévi-Strauss famously analyzed a situation in which two groups within the same tribal community drew a map of their village in radically different ways. Their understanding of the objective village layout being directly connected to their social standing. Instead of taking a relativistic stance - with the village layout being see…
 
It’s very easy for us to question the possibility of experiencing a lasting happiness. Can we really find it?Is it something that we can hold onto for prolonged periods of time?The answer is likely ‘yes’. Indeed there are many who have dedicated their entire lives to cultivating it, even creating retreats and seminars designed to help others realiz…
 
The work of Paul Tillich and Slavoj Zizek criss-cross in a number of fascinating ways. While Tillich rightly passes as a theist, and Zizek rightly passes as an atheist, there is an atheistic dimension in the work of the former and a theistic dimension in the work of the latter. In addition to this, Tillich’s theological vocation is profoundly philo…
 
In my forth seminar from the six part Pyrotheology course, we delve into the meaning of Lack as a positive force. Here we touch on the idea of a community held together by a shared loss and how the sacred returns to us in a virtual form after its loss as a fantasmic, fictional object. Get full seminars, book studies and courses by joining up at htt…
 
In this third seminar from my six part Pyrotheology course, I turn to the theological dimension of the loss of the Sacred Object as described in the previous seminars. Here we turn to the relationship between the Pleasure Principle and the Reality Principle, the Object of Desire and the Object Cause of Desire and the difference between Loss and Lac…
 
This is the second of six seminars introducing the theory and technology of Pyrotheology. In this talk, I explore the move from a sense that we are lacking some secret that would make us whole, to the the experience of lack as the secret itself.Get full seminars, book studies and courses by joining up at https://pyrotheology.com…
 
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