Sage and Savant

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Dr. Sage & Prof. Savant travel through time in an intense Steampunk adventure. After a laboratory accident, Dr Petronella Sage discovers she can rip her conscious mind from her body, flinging it uncontrollably through time and space to adventures she could only dream of back in her Victorian life at King’s College. Her friend, Professor Erasmus Savant joins her to provide the anthropological knowledge to quickly discern their time and destination. Reanimating dead bodies—a living body can only support one conscious mind—our heroes discover that death is no barrier to science, and only the beginning of their exploits.

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The philosophies of Descartes and Locke lay the ground work for Kant's Phenomenal Consciousness—thoughts cannot be a mere succession of associated ideas. Philosophical discussions abound as Sage & Savant travel back to the court of Catherine the Great. They question whether physics can be (or even should be) removed from metaphysics. Get your philosophy on with this month's episode.
Abigail is in her element, managing Charlemagne’s Menagerie, Professor Savant makes his intentions clear, and Dr Sage learns about SBMI. Cast: Eddie Louise Clark as Dr Sage Chip Clark as Professor Savant Justin Bremer as the Narrator Emily Riley Piatt as Abigail Entwhistle Special Guest: Sophie Maddon Written by Eddie Louise Theme music by Valentine … Continue reading "Episode 305 Part 2: Bright …
Burned and scarred, Dr Sage is not daunted by pushing the bounds of her research. She is keeping secrets from her friends and finding convenient ways to stop them from interfering with her plans. What else could she possibly be hiding? Cast: Eddie Louise Clark as Dr Sage Chip Clark as Professor Savant Justin Bremer … Continue reading "Episode 305 Part 1: Bright Spots in Dark Places"

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AudiotainmentNews reviewed this podcast on Dec 29th, 2017
"Very fun show!"
 

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Podcast Details
Started
Jun 1st, 2016
Latest Episode
Feb 1st, 2019
Release Period
Monthly
No. of Episodes
47
Avg. Episode Length
38 minutes

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