Mindfulness may lead to reduced stress and abiding, but with so much McMindfulness in the marketplace, mediator beware.
Reverend Gary M Silvia catches up with director Khashyar Darvich, and talks with him about Dudeism and his new film. Playing to a packed house, Dalai Lama Awakening had a showing at Railroad Square Cinemas in Waterville Maine, and the Dudespaper was there.
Rev. Austin “Auz” Lawrence sends us this report on the fun and games, as well as a healthy dose of Dudeist philosophy to be had at the first ever LebowskiCampFest. Attendees channelled their inner-Dude, and in the spirit of abiding had a very unigue camping experience. LebowskiCampFest seems to have been a fantastic success, Rev. Auz and friends are true achievers, and proud we are of all of them.
This has been a summer of bummers, man. And now Great Dude in History Robin Williams has passed as well. The Archdudeship says a heartfelt eulogy for him here. Good night sweet prince.
Our friend and contributor to Lebowski 101, Guido Mina Di Sospiro is an accomplished writer who, later in life, turned his hand to a new pastime – table tennis. In his recently published book The Metaphysics of Ping Pong, Mina di Sospiro discusses the philosophies inherent in the game, and even how ping pong can relate to various aspects of life. Here’s our interview with him!
There’s no end to the amount of Lebowski trivia that has piled up over the years, but a new book by the Coen’s personal assistant reveals new shit that has come to light!
Rev. Kerry Gibbs, one of the esteemed contributors to our book Lebowski 101 has just published an academic study with the help of some of our Dudeist Priests, who were recruited from the Internet.
Check it out at Dude University!
Professor of Dudeology Bob Harris proposes a new branch of psychotherapy. When psychoanalysis becomes dudeanalysis, it really promises to tie the strands in ol’ Duder’s head together.
Todd Alcott, one of the esteemed contributors to our very own Lebowski 101 has allowed us to republish his good and thurrah analysis of the Coen Brothers’ latest masterpiece, Inside Llewyn Davis. There are a lot of ins and outs to this movie, but Todd has produced the deepest and most comprehensive analysis out there.
Rev. Wu Li discusses Socrates and socratic ignorance at length, delving dudely into the roots of truth, comedy and other far out what-have-you.