The making of Bucket Lists, the having of #lifegoals, the pursuit of pleasure – what role does pleasure play in giving our lives meaning? Is it central? This week, the dynamic trio discusses hedonism and pleasure, Christian adaptations a la John Piper, neurochemistry, conditioning, and whether or not the small things ought to command at least a little of our attention. A “I Have Never” segment then reveals just how cosmopolitan each of them are.
Hedonism and Pleasure Conversation (01:05)
I Have Never Segment (55:31)
From Our Conversation on Hedonism and Pleasure
- The Idea Channel (YouTube Channel)
- Is Pleasure The Secret to a Good Life? | Thought Experiment: The Experience Machine (YouTube Video)
- Christian Hedonism
- Westworld (Television Series)
- Pavlov's Dogs
- Shopping, Dopamine, and Anticipation (Psychology Today Article)
- An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth: What Going to Space Taught Me About Ingenuity, Determination, and Being Prepared for Anything by Chris Hadfield (Book – Amazon Affiliate Link)
- Chesley Sullenberger “Sully”
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