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Drunken Philosophy

Jul 10, 2019

Now that we know who Kropotkin was, let's spend part two discussing what he was all about. That involves some pretty detailed discussions of various anarchist frameworks during which Connor's arguments get totally freaking dunked on by a long-dead Russian intellectual. Hope you're ready to start a revolution! Because...


Jul 3, 2019

We hope you're ready to tear down some capitalist infrastructure, because for the next two weeks we'll be discussing the philosophy of Peter Kroptokin aka the father of anarcho-communism. In this first episode, Connor and Dan go deep on where this bearded weirdo came from, his various run-ins with the law, and how he...


Jun 26, 2019

Now that we know who Husserl was and what he did, it's time to look at who came after him. The man's influence on the world of philosophy is perhaps more impressive than anything he actual wrote in his lifetime, but many of the thinkers who came after him would not shy away from criticizing the old man. Connor and Dan...


Jun 20, 2019

With a bit of biographical context out of the way, Connor and Dan dig into the particulars of Husserl's phenomenological process. What does he mean by Intentionality? How does this whole "bracketing" thing work? What's with this dude and Greek words??? Hopefully you'll have a better understanding of some of this...


Jun 12, 2019

Strap in, folks! We're about to go deep on our boy Edmund Husserl (aka Eddy Hoos.) (aka Ed Casserole) (aka the Father of Phenomenology). This first episode takes a look at Husserl's biography, his educational background, and the philosophical runway that was laid before him at the start of the 20th century. Where...