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There are too many questions in this worlds, I like to analize society, our economics, the art that lives all around us, everything is a matter of study in our world. Your host is Oscar A. Díaz, an economics student, 20 years old, with knowledge of art and some numbers, he introduces you through interviews, citations and various types of media to problems and weird things around us,

There are too many questions in this worlds, I like to analize society, our economics, the art that lives all around us, everything is a matter of study in our world. Your host is Oscar A. Díaz, an economics student, 20 years old, with knowledge of art and some numbers, he introduces you through interviews, citations and various types of media to problems and weird things around us,
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Mexico

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There are too many questions in this worlds, I like to analize society, our economics, the art that lives all around us, everything is a matter of study in our world. Your host is Oscar A. Díaz, an economics student, 20 years old, with knowledge of art and some numbers, he introduces you through interviews, citations and various types of media to problems and weird things around us,

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Episodes

Dreams: A surrealist definition

12/15/2018
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Today's episode is different, we delve into some phychological and physiological details about dreaming, but also about the movement that was inspired by dreams. A very Freudian episode that also includes tons of examples. Don't forget to leave us a review. Send us a message: idkhowtocallpodcast@icloud.com This episode transcript: https://oscaraldiaz.wixsite.com/idkhowtocallthis/home/dreams-a-surrealist-definition

Duration:00:12:14

A Fake Christmas Carol: Suicide

12/8/2018
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We've heard a lot of times that suicides increase during holiday season, we read it on papers and we it's a completely rational theory that turns out to not be true. In this episode, we look onto this Christmas myth about suicide, and we talk about what fuels this idea, our global culture, and a little on our minds. Music: "Nutcracker- Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" (freemusicpublicdomain.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution...

Duration:00:08:37

Appearance: A juridical issue

11/25/2018
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A look at the events that inspired the Maurine Dallas Watkins's play, Chicago and the later versions of it. Who was the first woman and why did it work like that. Did law could be considered blind? And how appeareance is only a little part of a bigger issue. - Sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com Follow us on Facebook!: https://www.facebook.com/idkcallpodcast Follow us on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/oscaraldiaz/ This episode transcript....

Duration:00:14:24

Nostalgia: The cure for an illness

11/10/2018
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Nostalgia is a feeling that may be usual to all of us, but you may not know it use to be considered an illness, now we know that's not the case, but apart from the feeling, nostalgia has become a bigger part of our lives, being there on our TV, film, marketing and even our politics. - Be sure to give a listen at Austin & Cameron: http://suckmyfic.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/oscaraldiaz/ E-Mail: idkhowtocallpodcast@icloud.com - Back Home by Ghostrifter Official...

Duration:00:11:32

Ship of Theseus: A thought experiment

11/2/2018
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Our identity is like a paradox, it can have multiple answers that are opposites but still, they're all true. Ship of Theseus is a thought experiment proposed by Plutarch. Imagine you have a ship, you replace one plank every year until there's nothing left of the original, is it the same ship? Or is it an entirely new ship? In this episode we talk about it, and it's representation across film. You can send me your thoughts at: idkhowtocallpodcast@icloud.com - Back Home by Ghostrifter...

Duration:00:13:52

Procrastination: Why I'm unable to control myself?

10/27/2018
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Have you ever wondered why do we procrastinate so much? Why do we feel like we don't have control over our own actions? Did you knew that procrastination causes employers to lose $10,000 USD dollars, per employee, per year?! In this episode I talk about what some profesionals have said about it, and my own thoughts about the problem. You can send me your thoughts at: idkhowtocallpodcast@icloud.com - Music: Night by Ikson https://soundcloud.com/ikson Music provided by Music for...

Duration:00:11:40