Tag: philosophy

The Well-Read Anarchist #008 – “What is Property?” by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon – Second Memoir

09/20/20152 Comments

The Well-Read Anarchist podcast continues 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 conclude the book with a reading of the Second Memoir.

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The Well-Read Anarchist #007 – “What is Property?” by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon – Chapter Five

03/23/20153 Comments

The Well-Read Anarchist podcast continues 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 Four of the book, “That Property is Impossible.”

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Interview 992 – Tim Ball on Geography, Politics and Cognition

01/19/201512 Comments

Dr. Tim Ball of drtimball.com joins us once again for a wide-ranging conversation on geopolitics, history and cognition. We also engage the annual “hottest year ever” claim and detail the real science behind global temperature averages.

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Are Conspiracy Theories Falsifiable?

12/02/20142 Comments

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Interview 970 – Tjeerd Andringa on Conspiracy and Falsifiability

12/01/20148 Comments

Dr. Tjeerd Andringa of GeopoliticsAndCognition.com joins us to discuss a question James posed in the last subscriber video: are conspiracy theories falsifiable? We discuss Karl Popper’s famous “falsification” criteria for the demarcation of science and its potential applicability to geopolitical events. Dr. Andringa also details an approach for how to proceed in developing resilient hypotheses in an unstable, chaotic and non-closed system like global geopolitics.

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Interview 964 – Financial Survival: Reality, Perception and Government Lies

11/03/20141 Comment

Is reality independent of perception, or is perception reality? If perceptions shape our experience of the world, can government and corporations create a false reality for us with their lies? And how does this all relate to unemployment statistics, Sigmund Freud’s nephew, and Plato’s cave? Join James and Alfred for this philosophical edition of Financial Survival.

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Interview 925 – James Perloff on “Truth Is A Lonely Warrior”

08/09/201423 Comments

Author and researcher James Perloff joins us once again, this time to discuss his most recent book, “Truth Is A Lonely Warrior.” We discuss a range of subjects covered by the book, from false flag events and pretexts for war to the depopulation agenda, Zionism, the Rockefeller-funded ecumenical movement, the culture creation industry and more. We also engage in a discussion on differences in political ideology and the solution to the global government agenda.

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Aldous Huxley’s “Island” – FLNWO #15

05/20/201411 Comments

This month on Film, Literature and the New World Order we’re joined by Will Morgan of The Sync Book to discuss Aldous Huxley’s final novel, Island. A philosophical exploration of Huxley’s imagined utopia, Island raises the question of what paradise looks like and how it can be achieved. Join James and Will for this exploration of the subject from two different viewpoints and discover more about Huxley’s most overlooked work.

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Interview 884 – James Corbett Discusses the Anarchist Ideologies

05/15/201417 Comments

In this episode we are joined by James Corbett of The Corbett Report to talk about Anarchy. We will attempt to dispel any misconceptions and negative connotations of the term as well as try to understand what it really means and the implications of allowing the world to continue to be ruled by our bankster slave masters. Join us as we discuss what it means to live in voluntary association with other human beings and the revolution of thought which must occur in order to bring about a world without rulers.

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Interview 880 – Ryan Grant Explains Distributism

05/08/20140 Comments

Today on the program we explore the philosophy of distributism and its attempt to create a decentralized economy based on the widespread distribution of private property. Joining us to help explore this topic is Ryan Grant, contributing editor of The Distributist Review.

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