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Zale Mednick

Preconceived examines the preconceptions that shape how we view the world and challenges the paradigms by which we live our lives. The... more

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199. The Art of Conversation

We’ve all been to a party and felt a bit awkward walking around, immersing ourselves in some conversations that go... more

30 May 2023 · 41 minutes
198. Male Birth Control

When one thinks of birth control, it might be natural one might think of women before thinking of men. ... more

23 May 2023 · 41 minutes
197. Attention Span

Do you ever feel like you can’t simply sit down and do one task uninterrupted? When you sit down... more

16 May 2023 · 41 minutes
Regretting Motherhood

Few would admit to regretting their decision to become parents. But that doesn't mean there are not people who do... more

09 May 2023 · 54 minutes
196. Myths of Human Evolution and the Ancient Past

The history of humankind has been contemplated for millennia. How did we come to be the dominant life form... more

02 May 2023 · 30 minutes
195. The Beatles

There are certain things that are just ‘knowns’ in the world, preconceptions in the sense that we take particular facts... more

25 Apr 2023 · 43 minutes
194. Before Evil - The 'Humanization' of Dictators

When you think of some of the most brutal 20th century dictators, your mind likely conjures up images of ruthlessness,... more

18 Apr 2023 · 47 minutes
193. The Sex Club

One of the paradoxes of sex is that while it is so common, it’s something we often feel uncomfortable talking... more

11 Apr 2023 · 29 minutes
192. Mushrooms and Other Psychedelics

For decades, there has been substantial stigma associated with psychedelic drugs. After psychedelics’ association with counterculture in the 1960s,... more

04 Apr 2023 · 41 minutes
191. Self-Harm and Cutting

We learn from an early age that it’s not acceptable to harm others. Many would say it’s something we... more

28 Mar 2023 · 45 minutes
199. The Art of Conversation