Friday Sessions on JML with Curtis Yarvin and Michael Anton
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Friday Sessions on JML with Curtis Yarvin and Michael Anton
Chapo UK correspondent Adam Curtis returns to discuss the limits of individualism, goodies and baddies, conspiracies, manipulation, and dancing, all through the themes and characters of his new film series Can’t Get You Out of My Head.
Please check out my website: https://bit.ly/32vlD1y I was surprised there wasn’t a YouTube playlist where you could find all of Zuckerberg’s interviews in one place, so I created it.
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The renowned blogger Curtis Yarvin, also known by his former pen name Mencius Moldbug, returned to the podcast to bend my mind on the politics of COVID, the meaning of a Biden presidency, and a host of other issues that I thought I knew well. No one makes me think harder.
Curtis Yarvin’s blog, Gray Mirror: https://graymirror.substack.com/
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Freddie Sayers asks eminent philosopher John Gray whether we are living through a moment of great change, akin to 1989, 1968, 1917, 1848…
His answer? The changes across the world — and the retreat of the universalist ideal to reveal a world of competing civilizational zones, may be more significant for humankind than any of those previous moments.
He touches on parallels between today’s woke movement and medieval millenarianism, his break with the Right, and how the world is becoming more ‘Game of Thrones’.
Don’t miss this fascinating tour de force, steeped in knowledge and with a sweeping context, from one of the most important thinkers of the day.
On today’s episode, Joel Kotkin, Executive Director of Urban Reform Institute and author of The Coming of Neo-Feudalism: A Warning to the Global Middle Class, discusses how do we confront neo-feudalism today, in conversation with Andrew Keen on the Keen On podcast..
Joel Kotkin is the Presidential Fellow in Urban Futures at Chapman University in Orange, California and Executive Director of the Houston-based Urban Reform Institute. He is Senior Fellow for Heartland Forward and Executive Editor of the widely read website NewGeography.com. He is a regular contributor to City Journal, Daily Beast, Quillette and Real Clear Politics. As director of the Center for Demographics and Policy at Chapman, he was the lead author of a major study on housing, and recently, with Marshall Toplansky, published a strategic analysis for Orange County, CA. Kotkin is the author of eight previous books, including The Human City: Urbanism for the Rest of Us and the highly praised The New Class Conflict. He co-edited the 2018 collection Infinite Suburbia. Kotkin’s books The City: A Global History and Tribes: How Race, Religion and Identity Are Reshaping the Global Economy, were published in numerous languages including Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, German and Arabic. Kotkin has published reports on topics ranging from …
Patricia Lockwood travels through the internet, wondering why we’re talking like this, why we deliberately order the worst thing on the menu, and what it felt like to be a man, at the turn of the century, posting increasing amounts of his balls online.
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Slavoj Žižek, once called "the most dangerous philosopher in the West", talks to JOE about the collapse of civility in British political discourse, how Jeremy Corbyn could beat Boris Johnson and the appropriate response to climate change.
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This week, Michael is joined by Thaddeus Russell (host of the Unregistered podcast, founder of Renegade University, and author of A Renegade History of the United States), for a heady conversation about post-modernism, truth and reality. Strap yourself in for this one (or don’t, because reality is subjective and strapping in for you might be totally different to strapping in for me so how can we ever really determine with any accuracy what strapping in actually is?)
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