Diet Soap Podcast #223: Death and Other Impossibilities

Death is the subject this week as I talk to Daniel Coffeen about his neurosis, his grieving, and his buddhist therapist. The inevitability and impossibility of death is the subject as the sophist or rhetor and I try to figure out what life is all about and how we might live on in the face of our inevitable end.

You might hear a bit of a difference this week as I’m trying out my new Snowball Microphone and I’d like to thank Andy Marshall for his generous donation. Andy will be receiving the old Snowball microphone in the next week, after I get a chance to sign the thing.

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not know about. You managed to hit the nail upoon the top and also defined out the whole
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Will probably be back to get more. Thanks

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we can never experience being dead but we can and will inevitably experience dying.

a moment will come when your thought processes arrive at the realization that you are now dying and will in the next moment be dead. If you are lucky/ballsy enough and refuse Woody’s nihilist option and opt to show up to your death.

great show.

at some point i’d like to discuss with you the mathematical impossibility of being alive.


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