Deconstructing the Constructed Structures of Podcasting
Or how podcasters profoundly say nothing.
“That’s such a good point, Diane. We talk about this idea of psycho-geographies, right? Anyone alive today is entangled in this complex web of semiotics based on their geo-political, bioethical, socioeconomic, ethnolinguistic positionality. And so it becomes necessary to decode AND encode our own meta-ontologies, because, at the end of the day, we can’t just reify the interstitial epistemologies that underpin our given perceptual paradigms. Rather, we must each intentionally create a space—a heuristic bubble, if you will—where resonant hermeneutics can unfold in a postmodern agora of ideation. Agora is, of course, referring to the ancient Greek public space where intellectual alchemies once occurred. And it’s this reimagining of recursive thought cosmogenies that’s so crucial to the future of not only the current discourse, Diane, but of human consciousness itself.”
“All I asked was, ‘Is this seat taken?’”
“There’s so much to unpack here, Diane, especially as you define one occupied seat against another potentially vacant seat by its quintessential otherness. But first, we want to thank our sponsor, Better Help…”