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What a infantilising take that is. Was Thích Quàng Dúc too oppressed to handle that insight? Being an oppressed person and a Buddhist is not at all uncommon.
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This is a great podcast, but the quality of the audio is horrible. I think most of their interviews are done over Skype, leaving the audio quality uneven and tinny. During the last episode it sounded like the author was rubbing fabric on the microphone. These kinds of sounds are painful when heard through earbuds. I want to listen to this very interesting podcast, but almost every time I can’t get through it because of the audio quality.
I just stumbled on this podcast. The interviews with authors are very illuminating.
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