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21
Mar
2014

The Well-Read Anarchist podcast continuation its exploration of the works of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon with a reading of his first major work, “What is Property?” published in 1840. Today we read Chapter Three of the book, “Property Considered as a Natural Right.”

18
Mar
2014

Leap of Faith – FLNWO #13

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In this month’s edition we talk to Sibel Edmonds of BoilingFrogsPost.com about “Leap of Faith,” the 1992 Hollywood flick starring Steve Martin. We talk about conmen and suckers, how and why people allow themselves to get fooled, and how the movie exposes (and reinforces?) the power of belief.

9
Mar
2014

We’ve seen the rollout of the MSM propaganda using over-the-top hyperbole and flat-out lies to try to demonize Russia in the lead up to the “new cold war.” But is this just part of the dialectic, trying to get us to buy into one side or the other in a rigged game? Should we devolve into mere spectators choosing sides in a squabble between #TeamObama and #TeamPutin? Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we explore whether the enemy of our enemy is indeed our friend.

6
Mar
2014

The Well-Read Anarchist podcast continuation its exploration of the works of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon with a reading of his first major work, “What is Property?” published in 1840. Today we read Chapter Two of the book, “Property Considered as a Natural Right.”

26
Feb
2014

The Well-Read Anarchist podcast begins its exploration of the works of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon with a reading of his first major work, “What is Property?”, published in 1840. Today we read Chapter One of the book, “Method Pursued in This Work – The Idea of a Revolution.”

20
Feb
2014

In this inaugural edition of The Well-Read Anarchist podcast, we explore the life and work of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon. From his humble origins to his bold proclamation of anarchism to his brief political career, his imprisonment and exile, and his posthumous banishment to the fringes of the canon, we take a look at the thoughts and ideas of the first self-proclaimed anarchist. Joining us to do this are Shawn Wilbur, an independent scholar and Proudhon translator, and Dr. Alex Prichard, a lecturer in international relations at Exeter University and author of Justice, Order and Anarchy: The International Political Theory of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon.

18
Feb
2014

Jack Blood of Deadlinelive.info joins us for this month’s edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order, where we discuss Tom Hansen’s 2013 novel, This Is What We Do. We talk about the themes raised in the book, including the idea of a global leaderless revolution. We also discuss the role of violence in revolution and why such a revolution hasn’t taken place yet.