“Wonderwall,” by Oasis
And here are the lyrics.
“Flood,” by Jars of Clay
“Little Drummer Boy,” by Jars of Clay
“Love Song for a Savior,” by Jars of Clay
“The Chair,” by Jars of Clay
(Listen to the fiddle solos in that song!)
I allude to a scene in Gettysburg at the beginning of the podcast, but can’t find the clip online. Here is the full quotation (it’s the one about “complicatin’ the obvious”).
For Nietzsche’s claim that only modern humans (specifically, 19th century Germans) suffer from a division between their insides and outsides, see his On the Advantage and Disadvantage of History for Life (you may also be able to find it for free under the tile, “On the Use and Abuse of History for Life”; it is also included in his book, Untimely Meditations [or Thoughts out of Season, depending on the translation]).
On the problem of other minds, see here.
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