Twitter: @InTheDetailsPod • @GDolske • @SaloRudy (@GDolske followed by 125 philosophers)
2019 to present
Average episode: 44 minutes
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Categories: Interview-Style • Life Philosophy
Podcaster's summary: Good Is In The Details is hosted by Gwendolyn Dolske, Ph.D. Each episode is a conversation with experts from a variety of fields who can tell us more about what is the good life. What are the details? What does it mean to live life well?
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|2022-Aug-03 • 27 minutes|
How Do You Maternity? Part VI
Gwendolyn Dolske welcomes Cindy Scharkey RN back to the pod! Cindy lends her expertise in sex education to this mini-sode series How Do You Maternity? What should women ask of their doctors? How do we understand intimacy, sex, and our...
|2022-Jul-26 • 52 minutes|
Film Noir, Private Eyes, and L.A.
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo welcome back author/professor Dahlia Schweitzer. We discuss her book L.A. Private Eyes and delve into the way these films set in Los Angeles mirror culture. It's a deep dive into detective stories and film...
|2022-Jul-05 • 59 minutes|
What is Corruption?
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo welcome back Jeff Cortese (law enforcement analyst) to discuss his book on Public Corruption. What is corruption? Where and how does it occur? What is the FBI perspective? How can learning about...
|2022-Jun-15 • 52 minutes|
Praise for A Good Kind of Trouble
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with award winning author, Lisa Moore Ramee (A Good Kind of Trouble). Lisa gives an indepth discussion about authorship and the ideas underscoring her debut book. We also delve into book banning culture and what it...
|2022-Jun-01 • 44 minutes|
Book Banning Culture: A Discussion with Mari Naomi
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with author/speaker/podcaster, Mari Naomi. We learn about the author's point of view on banned books, how to navigate creativity in a culture ready to ban books, and the process of publishing. Learn...
|2022-May-15 • 48 minutes|
What Makes A Villain? Analyzing Black Panther's Killmonger
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Communications Professor, Dr. Darius Benton (University of Houston-Downtown). What makes a hero? A villain? Dr. Benton breaks down the lessons and moral complexities in the film Black Panther....
|2022-May-01 • 56 minutes|
Monthly Monster or Miracle? What is PMS?
Gwendolyn Dolske and guest co-host Dr. Kate Madorin talk with Dr. Kate Valenton Azurin (Obstetrician/Gynecologist). What is the history of PMS? What are the bodily changes? How can understanding this improve our lives? Thank you ...
|2022-Apr-21 • 54 minutes|
A Cardiologist, A Lawyer, and A Philosopher Walk Into A Podcast
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with long time friend Dr. Anthony McCanta (Pediatric Cardiologist) about the humanity in medicine. What goes into data interpetation? How are decisions made? What do we know and don't know about...
|2022-Apr-07 • 44 minutes|
How Do You Maternity?
Gwendolyn Dolske continues this mini-series on highlighting the journey of pregnancy. Dr. Jena Margalit Kravitz joins the pod to discuss her experience. What's it like having twins? Thank you to our sponsor: Support the pod:
|2022-Mar-30 • 40 minutes|
An incredible search: Finding Uncle Dave, a WWII Paratrooper
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Professor Phil Rosenkrantz (Cal Poly Pomona) about his book: Letters From Uncle Dave. We learn about the process of finding a missing family member who served in WWII, the healing process, the writing...
|2022-Mar-18 • 48 minutes|
What Do Haunted Home Films Reveal About American Culture?
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo welcome back Dr. Dahlia Schweitzer to the pod to discuss her book Haunted Homes. What are the tropes of the horror genre? What does it tell us about American Culture? Why is Rudy afraid of demons?...
|2022-Mar-02 • 30 minutes|
How Do You Maternity? Part IV
This is a continuation of a mini-sode series that delves into the physical, emotional, and cultural sides to pregnancy. This episode features April, one woman with three radically different pregnancies. Support the podcast and get extra content on
|2022-Feb-23 • 52 minutes|
Some Pop and Spiracy
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo welcome Erin Darling (Hot Pizza Ass podcast) back to the pod to talk about her latest show . We chat about some episodes and the research that goes into the show. What is the inspiration? The work? Thank you...
|2022-Feb-09 • 54 minutes|
How To Recover Creativity and Empathy in Work Life
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Dr. Michaela O'Donnell about her book Make Work Matter. What can theology teach us about our approach to work? How has the pandemic shaped our ideas of work? What is the role of empathy?...
|2022-Jan-30 • 50 minutes|
How Does Genetic Engineering Reflect Our Humanity?
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo kick off Season 3 with Dr. Michael Bess (Vanderbilt University) to discuss his book Our Grandchildren Redesigned. What are the implications of genetic engineering? Learn more about Professor Bess: Become a...
|2022-Jan-21 • 1 minutes|
Season 3 Teaser
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo are back with Season 3 and more learning what we didn't know we didn't know.
|2021-Nov-24 • 42 minutes|
It's A Wrap!
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo reflect on Season 2. A special guest joins the pod! Support us on Patreon:
|2021-Nov-08 • 42 minutes|
On Otherness and Filmmaking: More with The Philosopher-Documentarian
Part II with Dr. Tom Keith. Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo continue their conversation with Professor Keith about his latest documentary "How Does It Feel To Be A Problem?" We discuss otherness in American discourse and the process of...
|2021-Oct-28 • 39 minutes|
The Philosopher-Documentarian on Race
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo welcome back Dr. Tom Keith to discuss his latest documentary "How Does It Feel To Be A Problem?" What is systemic racism? We delve into a conversation about race, culture, and the role of social media. Learn...
|2021-Oct-16 • 42 minutes|
How To Be Philosophical About Grief
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Dr. Michael Cholbi (University of Edinburgh) about his book Grief. A Philosophical Guide. What does Philosophy offer for our understanding of grief? Why do we grieve? Is grief a good? And,...
|2021-Oct-06 • 51 minutes|
What is Time Hacking?
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Life Coach/Podcaster/Time Hacking Expert, Vikki Louise. We learn about optimizing our time, valuing our time, and reflecting on the intention we put into our activities. Learn more about Vikki...
|2021-Sep-23 • 53 minutes|
What is Philosophy of Science?
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo welcome back Dr. David Pena-Guzman of Overthink Podcast to discuss the relationship between philosophy and science. How does science impact cultural understandings and inform our notion of being? Check out...
|2021-Sep-12 • 26 minutes|
How Do You Maternity? Part III
Gwendolyn Dolske sits down with Dr. Kate Madorin to learn about the journey of IVF, pregnancy, and some myths regarding delivery. We're discussing the emotional, medical, and physical realities of maternity. Support the pod on Patreon:
|2021-Sep-02 • 45 minutes|
Social Epistemology, Arguments, and the Internet
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Oliver Traldi (University of Notre Dame) about social epistemology, expertise, and how the internet has altered/shaped arguments. Support the pod on Patreon: Rudy's recommendation:
|2021-Aug-22 • 51 minutes|
Bringing Sexy Infrastructure Back
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo welcome back journalist Liz Farmer to talk about all things infrastructure. What is the scope? Impact? What is social infrastructure? Learn more about Liz Farmer: Ready Rudy's work: Support the show on Patreon:
|2021-Aug-13 • 48 minutes|
For the Love of Poetry
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with poet/novelist Christina Strigas. What is role of poetry in culture? The romance novel? What are some tips for writing? Follow Christina on Twitter: @christinastriga Learn more about...
|2021-Aug-01 • 54 minutes|
Answering Your Personal Finance Questions
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo welcome back to the pod Josephti Cruz (Wealth Garden Financial Services). What does it mean to respect money? What is the importance of credit? How to budget? How do women invest/spend differently? ...
|2021-Jul-15 • 50 minutes|
The Ethics of Sexbots
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Professor Neil McArthur (University of Manitoba) about his work on the ethics of sexbots. What are some of the moral and legal implications regarding robot sex? What can we learn about ourselves and...
|2021-Jun-30 • 55 minutes|
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo team up with Overthink Podcast hosts Dr. Anderson and Dr. Pena-Guzman to discuss public philosophy and the role of philosophy in podcasting. We also cover topics such as free speech in university, Critical Race...
|2021-Jun-21 • 33 minutes|
Podcast in Review
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk about some of their favorite moments on Good Is In The Details. Read Rudy's work on Support the Show:
|2021-Jun-13 • 62 minutes|
The Creative Process: Comedy, Film, and Storytelling
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with actor/producer/musician John F Thomas about his work in film and production. We learn about he importance of storytelling and the work behind the creative process. And... who was Mansa Musa? Check...
|2021-May-16 • 52 minutes|
A Lesson in Asian American History
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with History Professor Dr. James Paligutan. We discuss the origins of Asian Immigration, the laws shaping citizenship, and how that impacts cultural narratives and society today. Support the show on...
|2021-May-04 • 43 minutes|
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Dr. Gelareh Solomon about the nature of anxiety. How is it defined? How is the pandemic impacting us? What are some tools for dealing with anxiety? Learn more about Dr. Solomon: ...
|2021-Apr-24 • 38 minutes|
Make Me A Match
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo learn about the business of matchmaking with Tammi Pickle of Elite Connections. What is it like to be a professional matchmaker? Elite Connections: Support the show on Patreon:
|2021-Mar-28 • 49 minutes|
To Infinity and Beyond
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with NASA engineer Tracy Drain about her work at the Jet Propulsion Lab. We discuss the meaning of space exploration, what we can learn from engineering projects, and Rudy gets some answers about his pressing...
|2021-Mar-16 • 53 minutes|
From We to Me
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Alexandra Beattie (creator of Divide and Thrive) and financial advisor Josephti Cruz about the emotional and financial aspects of divorce, and how to flourish post divorce. We discuss goal setting and...
|2021-Feb-28 • 50 minutes|
Examining the Social Media Landscape
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo welcome back Rev. Dr. Angela Gorrell to the pod to discuss her book Always On. How can we navigate the social media landscape? How does our online life reflect our character? How can we be better with...
|2021-Feb-12 • 33 minutes|
Don't Spoil That!
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Philosophy Professor Richard Greene about his book Spoiler Alert! We learn the definition and nuance of spoiling. Many films are discussed in this episode so...Spoiler Alert!
|2021-Jan-29 • 43 minutes|
Too young and Too Early: On the Hyper-sexualization of Girls in Media
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo discuss the portrayal of young girls and women in the media with Professor Gigi Durham (School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Iowa). We focus on her book The Lolita Effect. Learn more about Dr....
|2021-Jan-16 • 46 minutes|
About January 6th 2021
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Elizabeth Wydra, President of the Constitutional Accountability Center. We discuss the event at the capital on January 6th, the impeachment, and the history of the constitution. Learn more about...
|2021-Jan-08 • 40 minutes|
New Year New You: Talking Finance and Real Estate
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with long time real estate investor, Mark Farrelly (Mark Brian Realty). How do trends in real estate reflect values? What are steps to achieve financial goals? How has Covid-19 impacted the way we view...
|2020-Dec-28 • 49 minutes|
The Value of Sex Education
Gwendolyn Dolske and Konstantin Hatcher talk with sex educator, Cindy Scharkey. What is good sex education? How can we better understand female pleasure? What are desire styles? How can parents talk to their children about sex?...
|2020-Dec-21 • 47 minutes|
How to Learn from Heartbreak
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Break Up coach, Kendra Allen, about her work and insight into breaking up with grace. What do we learn about ourselves? How can we heal? How can we be a supportive friend to someone going through...
|2020-Dec-17 • 48 minutes|
Let's Be Objective
Gwendolyn and Rudy welcome back to the show law enforcement analyst, Jeff Cortese. Jeff discusses his take on the issue of voter fraud and why we should examine the issue (setting bias aside). Support the Show:
|2020-Nov-28 • 42 minutes|
Gig Economy and the Fate of Cities
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with journalist Liz Farmer about the new dynamics of work in the gig economy. What are the legal implications? How will this impact cities? . . .
|2020-Nov-18 • 45 minutes|
Swiping For Romance
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Sex and Relationship Therapist Dr. Rossana Sida about dating in the time of coronavirus. We discuss dating apps, intimacy, and relationships.
|2020-Nov-08 • 54 minutes|
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Theology Professor Dr. Angela Gorrell (Baylor University) about her book The Gravity of Joy. How is joy defined? How can we understand joy in the midst of suffering? We examine the significance of...
|2020-Oct-27 • 40 minutes|
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Dr. Cori Wong (Meta Level Love Podcast) about her work in public philosophy, her Ted Talk on Feminist Friendship, and the art of living.
|2020-Oct-15 • 52 minutes|
How to Navigate Social Media
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo welcome back comedian Erin Darling Torralva to the pod! We discuss comedy, the documentary The Social Dilemma, and her podcast Hot Pizza Ass. Erin also answers a few questions from Professor Dolske's...
|2020-Oct-04 • 57 minutes|
It's a Men's Issue
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with scholar-activist-author, Jackson Katz Ph.D. (The Macho Paradox and Man Enough?). How can the narrative regarding violence be reframed? What is the role of culture and media in our understanding of...
|2020-Sep-21 • 40 minutes|
The Psychology of Social Distancing
How are our habits changing because of social distancing? Our moods? Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Psychology Professor Maire Ford (Loyola Marymount University) about her research on the psychological impact of social...
|2020-Sep-10 • 48 minutes|
What is Existential Sociology?
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Professor Jack Fong (Cal Poly Pomona) about the study of groups and how that helps us navigate being in the world. Dr Fong explains the meaning of existentialism as a way to approach sociology, and we...
|2020-Sep-01 • 47 minutes|
Ancient Ideas Everyday Life
How has Ancient Greek thought impacted our understanding of the body? Science? What is the value of philosophy? Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Philosophy Professor Dr. Christia Mercer (Columbia University) about her work...
|2020-Aug-18 • 2 minutes|
Season 2 Teaser
The discussions continue! More philosophy, psychology, culture, books, and wit. Support the show:
|2020-Jul-31 • 43 minutes|
Politics, meet Science
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo interview candidate for Massachusetts 4th congressional district, Natalia Linos. Natalia's science background offers a unique perspective to the realm of politics. We discuss health care, Covid-19, and...
|2020-Jul-19 • 50 minutes|
Examining Ex Machina
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo team up with hosts of Two Philosophers Drink Beer & Discuss Film Podcast, Dr. Daniel Murphy and Dr. Gregory D Jackson. We discuss the Sci-fi film Ex Machina. The conversation covers philosophical themes...
|2020-Jul-11 • 40 minutes|
Desire, Communication, and Sex Therapy
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo interview Sex Therapist and Couples Counselor, Dr. Rossana Sida. How can relationships communicate desire? How important is our upbringing and that impact on sex? How can relationships rekindle lost desire?...
|2020-Jul-05 • 60 minutes|
Captain America and the Virtuous Life
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo invite Professor Mark D White back to the pod to discuss Captain America. What are the moral lessons? What is virtue? What would Captain America say about our present political climate? .
|2020-Jun-28 • 50 minutes|
The Crossroads of Literature and Politics
Gwendolyn Dolske is joined with Rudy Salo and Konstantin Hatcher (California YIMBY) to discuss education, politics, literature, and race with L.A. English teacher Bryce Brady. They discuss Randy Smith's dystopia, The Raffle, and how books like...
|2020-Jun-20 • 46 minutes|
Naming Parts, Reproductive Health, and Sex Positive
Gwendolyn Dolske and Ellie Anderson (Pomona College) talk with reproductive health expert, April Davis. We discuss sex education, medicalization of birth, postpartum, and pleasure.
|2020-Jun-13 • 46 minutes|
Tasteless Jokes and the State of Comedy
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with comedian-director, Matt Ritter, about his documentary Tasteless. We discuss the nature of jokes, cultural attitudes, comedy, and pursuing your dreams.
|2020-Jun-07 • 47 minutes|
Working From Home-Life Balance
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with journalist, Liz Farmer, about the work from home movement and how Covid-19 will alter our notion of what location means to work. We discuss environmental issues, transit, as well as lifestyle...
|2020-May-29 • 59 minutes|
Corruption in the Time of Coronavirus
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo welcome back law enforcement analyst and former FBI agent, Jeff Cortese, to the show. Jeff talks about corruption in the time of coronavirus and his experience during Hurricane Katrina.
|2020-May-20 • 36 minutes|
Fitness as Process
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Pendulum Fitness owner, Drew Girton. What is fitness? Health? The key to success in fitness? What makes a good coach? How can one stay fit during lockdown?
|2020-May-15 • 39 minutes|
The Morality of Batman
Gwendolyn Dolske, Rudy Salo, and Konstantin Hatcher talk with Philosophy Professor Mark D White about his book Batman and Ethics.
|2020-May-04 • 69 minutes|
What Is Bully Culture?
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Professor-Philosopher Tom Keith about his latest documentary, . What is bully culture and what are the solutions?
|2020-Apr-24 • 38 minutes|
When Pandemic Life Imitates Art: Part II
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo continue their conversation about life in the time of coronavirus with author/professor Dahlia Schweitzer.
|2020-Apr-17 • 36 minutes|
When Pandemic Life Imitates Art: Part I
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with pop culture critic and author, Professor Dahlia Schweitzer, about parallels between outbreak films and the current state of the pandemic.
|2020-Apr-11 • 43 minutes|
Podcast in the time of Coronavirus: Part IV
Gwendolyn Dolske gets Dr. Tansavadti's insights about the impacts of the Coronavirus.
|2020-Apr-06 • 27 minutes|
What is Existential Ethics?
Gwendolyn Dolske is interviewed by Professor Layne (Gonzaga University) on the ethics of Simone de Beauvoir.
|2020-Mar-30 • 24 minutes|
Podcast in the Time of Coronavirus: Part III
Gwendolyn Dolske talks with Professor Danielle Layne (Gonzaga University) about what we can learn from the Ancient Greeks on time in quarantine.
|2020-Mar-24 • 31 minutes|
Podcast in the Time of Coronavirus: Part II
How does the Coronavirus impact transportation? Rudy Salo shares his thoughts...via phone...because we're social distancing. Co-host, Konstantin Hatcher (California YIMBY).
|2020-Mar-20 • 36 minutes|
Podcast in the time of Coronavirus
Gwendolyn Dolske and Konstantin Hatcher discuss the politics and culture in the time of Coronavirus. Gwendolyn interviews an ER nurse to learn her perspective on the quarantine and precautions.
|2020-Mar-13 • 22 minutes|
What Can Comedy Do?
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo chat with comedian, producer, musician, Brendon Small about the essence of stand-up.
|2020-Mar-03 • 31 minutes|
Love and the Graphic Memoir with Mari Naomi
Gwendolyn Dolske interviews cartoonist, author, Mari Naomi about her graphic memoir Kiss & Tell, her creation of the database cartoonists of color, and her podcast Ask Bi Grlz.
|2020-Feb-24 • 40 minutes|
Reflections on Blackness
Gwendolyn Dolske talks with Konstantin Hatcher (of California YIMBY) about race in America. Special guest appearance by Zadie Hatcher.
|2020-Feb-12 • 44 minutes|
Masculinity and Gender Roles
Gwendolyn Dolske interviews filmmaker, author, philosopher, Dr. Tom Keith about the meaning of toxic masculinity.
|2020-Feb-03 • 46 minutes|
An FBI agent, a Lawyer, and a Philosopher walk into a podcast. Part II
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo continue their interview with law enforcement analyst Jeff Cortese. We discuss conspiracy theories, justice, and travel.
|2020-Jan-29 • 59 minutes|
An FBI agent, a Lawyer, and a Philosopher walk into a podcast. Part I
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo interview former FBI agent and law enforcement analyst, Jeff Cortese. How to be objective in today's politics? What is justice? Let's talk about conspiracy theories! What do you need to know about traveling...
|2020-Jan-20 • 11 minutes|
How Do You Maternity? Part II
This is part II of a mini series addressing maternity and professional life. Gwendolyn Dolske talks with Jessica Bauer about her experience of being in the military while navigating pregnancy.
|2020-Jan-14 • 45 minutes|
CRISPR Me This
Gwendolyn Dolske and Jacob Weber interview Professor and Director of the Science, Technology, and Society Program, Dr. Peter Ross. What is Philosophy of Science? What are the ethical implications of gene-editing? What is Philosophy of...
|2020-Jan-06 • 43 minutes|
This Is Your Brain on Love
Gwendolyn Dolske interviews neuropsychologist Dr. Jena Margalit Kravitz about the science of love, relationships, and heartbreak.
|2019-Dec-31 • 11 minutes|
How Do You Maternity? Part I
This is Part One of a mini series dedicated to discussing women and pregnancy. Gwendolyn Dolske's first interview is with Dr. Sara Gaspard about her experience with pregnancy and advice for women professionals.
|2019-Dec-13 • 55 minutes|
Beauty, Self Love, and Comedy
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with comedian, writer, actress, podcaster, Erin Darling Torralva. This conversation delves into beauty standards, self love, and work ethic.
|2019-Dec-01 • 59 minutes|
All About The Funny
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with comedian/author/producer/teacher, Jeff Hodge, about the essence of comedy.
|2019-Nov-19 • 41 minutes|
Gwendolyn Dolske talks with Jake Jackson (Temple University) about his research on Philosophy of Psychiatry.
|2019-Oct-22 • 52 minutes|
How To Be A FemDom
Gwendolyn Dolske and Ellie Anderson interview Mistress Damiana Chi, PhD about BDSM and her experience as a FemDom educator.
|2019-Aug-29 • 48 minutes|
How We Speak About Madness
Gwendolyn Dolske and Jacob Weber interview Cal Poly Pomona Professor Shayda Kafai about her work on discussing madness.
|2019-Aug-02 • 50 minutes|
Lessons from Outbreak and Zombie Narratives
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo interview Dahlia Schweitzer about her book Going Viral. Zombies, Viruses, and the End of the World.
|2019-Jul-14 • 21 minutes|
Ancient Philosophical Therapy
Gwendolyn and Professor Danielle Layne (Gonzaga University) discuss the Ancient Greek concept of the good life. Professor Layne explains how Ancient Greek Philosophy can be therapy.
|2019-Jul-09 • 49 minutes|
A Plastic Surgeon's Notes on Beauty
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Dr. Kristina Tansavatdi about her work as a Facial Plastic Surgeon. How does medicine play a role in framing a concept of beauty? What is the connection between plastic surgery and wellness?
|2019-Jun-23 • 68 minutes|
Dentistry: Truths, Ethics, & General Health
Gwendolyn Dolske and Konstantin Hatcher talk with Jennifer Vitez, DMD about the divide between dentistry and medicine. What is the origin? How does the divide impact our understanding of overall health and wellness? What are some truths...
|2019-Jun-16 • 54 minutes|
What's It Like To Meet Beauvoir?
Gwendolyn Dolske talks with Professor Margaret Simons about her time meeting with Simone de Beauvoir in Paris.
|2019-Jun-09 • 56 minutes|
All About LA Infrastructure
Gwendolyn Dolske and Jacob Weber talk with LA lawyer and infrastructure expert, Rudy Salo. Rudy gives insight about the history and future of public transit.
|2019-Jun-03 • 39 minutes|
Gwendolyn Dolske chats with writer/producer/filmmaker Stephen Elliott.