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Drunken Philosophy

May 22, 2019

Long before your mom was ditching her Lit 101 class to burn her bra in the school parking lot, Mary Wollstonecraft was laying down the basis for all feminist philosophy to come. This week, Connor and Dan delve into the life of this controversial figure who took no guff and spared no one in her campaign to give equal...


May 15, 2019

Sure, you've heard of Old Confucianism. But this is NEW Confucianism a.k.a. Confucianism in sunglasses a.k.a. Confucianism that's into Bitcoin now. This episode is 50% history and 50% philosophy as Dan tries is best to provide context to this early-20th century movement that tried to marry antiquity with the modernity...


May 8, 2019

In the mid-20th century, the European philosophy scene became enamored with a little Romanian depressed guy by the name of Emil Cioran. This week, Dan tries his best to get Connor to feel the love for this sad weirdo. Their discussion drifts from Catcher In The Rye to continental philosophy to Cioran's unfortunate...


May 1, 2019

The Harlem Renaissance was an explosion of culture, art, and philosophy in Black America. At the head of one of the many movements dominating the conversation during that time was a Jamaican-born, controversial figure named Marcus Garvey. This week, Connor and Dan dig into Garvey's particular brand of pan-Africanism and...


Apr 24, 2019

As members of global capitalists societies, we're all well aware of what economic capital is and how it effects our lives. But did you know there are other kinds of capital? Pierre Bourdieu knew that, and he outlined them over the course of his sociological career. This week, Connor and Dan discuss the various forms...