80’s Glam Metalcast - Ep 90 - Michael Hannon (American Dog/Salty Dog/Doll)
80's Glam Metalcast
In this episode, I talk to the outspoken Bassist/Vocalist from American Dog, Michael Hannon. We talk about what he’s up to today and we revisit his past bands Salty Dog and Doll. Check out Michael’s Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1580452506&ref=content_filter Check out American Dog’s website: https://www.americandog.us/ Visit DDR for Sleaze and Glam Metal Cd’s: https://ddrmusicgroup.com/ Help support future episodes here: https://anchor.fm/cookgonemad/support For business inquiries for the 80’s Glam Metalcast: @firstname.lastname@example.org Be sure to follow 80's Glam Metal on Twitter! @80sGlamMetal1 - https://twitter.com/80sglammetal1 80’s Glam Metalcast is now on iHeart Radio! https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-80s-glam-metalcast-69194275/ Check us out on Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7H6RLcR7VsCVOJwbSNNQ8z?si=Mquvqua2Qr6323SQ12gArQ Check us out on Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/80s-glam-metalcast/id149019510--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cookgonemad/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cookgonemad/support
The one and only DaveMan joins Archie in the Hawks Nest to talk about their favorite concerts of all time. Columbus music legend Michael Hannon calls the garage to share some of his favorite concert moments and to plug his upcoming "Doghouse" show. Enjoy!!
#101 - Cavan's Ulster win reaction with Stephen King & Michael Hannon
The GAA Show
Pearse is joined by two guests to look back at Cavan’s amazing Ulster SFC title win against Donegal. The first guest is the last man before yesterday to lift the Ulster title as Cavan captain – Stephen King. He is joined by Anglo Celt columnist, Michael Hannon. Be sure to subscribe to The GAA Show on your preferred podcast app. If you have any feedback or want to get in touch, you can find us on on @TheGAAshow on Instagram and Twitter. Enquiries: email@example.com. Check out The Saffcast – An Antrim GAA Podcast for the latest interviews from personalities across the Saffron County. Listen and subscribe here.
Research on the experiences of fathers whose children are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder is limited, but especially for African-American fathers. On this episode we discuss this with Dr. Michael Hannon who wrote his dissertation "Love him and everything will fall into place" on this very important topic. Autism Stories connects you with amazing people who are helping Autistic teens and adults become more independent and successful. Music for this podcast was written and recorded by Megan Metzelaar. Megan is a 27 yr old part time student at UC Clermont where she is just about to earn her Associate's Degree in Biological Sciences. She has two cats that live at her mom and grandmothers house (BW and Sunshine). Megan likes to write music, sing, dance, and watch movies with her husband. She has Autism and ADHD and enjoys performing on stage as it makes her feel she is just like everyone else. Megan just created her first album "24".
Michael Hannon, "What is the Point of Knowledge? A Function-First Epistemology" (Oxford UP, 2019)
New Books in Philosophy
Epistemologists working traditional modes have sought to discover the necessary and sufficient conditions under which one has knowledge. This has led to several tricky philosophical problems. Perhaps most notorious of these are the problems concerning skepticism. It seems that any analysis of knowledge admits of cases where the analysis is satisfied and yet knowledge has not been secured. This has led some philosophers to seek some other starting point for epistemology. Perhaps one should begin with the anti-skeptical premise that there are clear cases of knowledge, and then attempt from there to provide analyses of its constituent elements – belief, justification, evidence, and so on. Alas, this approach also has invited difficulties.In What is the Point of Knowledge? A Function-First Epistemology (Oxford University Press, 2019), Michael Hannon takes a different approach. He argues that the place to begin in epistemology is with the question of the function of knowledge. Or, more precisely, he proposes to begin with an examination of the function of the concept of knowledge, the purpose for the sake of which we evaluate others as knowers. The result is a “function-first” epistemology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/philosophy