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Update... plus we talk about Lacan, Jung, Nietzsche, Marx, Heidegger, Zizek, Levinas, Butler, Butler, and more!All of Pleeb's work has been de-monetized and self-funded for over a year. If you want to give back in any way you can support #FreeMikey at www.Patreon.com/TheDangerousMaybe. Tell him Pleeb sent you.Learning a language? Follow pleeb on Duolingo and use this link so pleeb gets a week of free Plus https://invite.duolingo.com/BDHTZTB5CWWKTP747NSNMAOYEIGet Pleeb's updates and thoughts here https://nspleeb.substack.com/Make sure to follow https://www.instagram.com/pleebmemes/ for memes related to pleeb's work and community
Walter Logeman joins Breht to discuss the work of psychosociologist, psychiatrist and founder of psychodrama J.L. Moreno. We discuss his unique approach to psychotherapy, what he had to say about Marx and Marxism, communal v. individual approaches to psychoanalysis, Walter's life and fascinating background, and much more! Walter Logeman's blog: https://psyberspace.walterlogeman.com/ Recommendations: - "Who Shall Survive?" by Jacob Moreno - The Essential Moreno: Writings on Psychodrama, Group Method, and Spontaneity - The Philosophy, Theory and Methods of J. L. Moreno: The Man Who Tried to Become God by John Nolte ------------------- Support Rev Left Radio: https://www.patreon.com/RevLeftRadio
The national question is one of the most complex questions that Marxists must grapple with. In this talk from the recent Marxist Student Federation summer school, Shaun Morris - editor of Revolution Scotland - explains how Marxists approach this question, drawing on Marx's writings on Ireland, and Lenin's writings on the subject. Read more on the national question over on our education hub: https://www.socialist.net/the-national-question.htm Get your tickets for this year's Revolution Festival - a festival of Marxist ideas hosted by Socialist Appeal - which includes a talk on the national question in Ukraine: https://www.revolutionfestival.co.uk Join the fight for revolution! Join Socialist Appeal today! https://www.socialist.net/join
Welcome to an ANI Throwback Episode! In these episodes, we reintroduce you to some of our most popular episodes. Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Get Free Access to Over 15 Negotiation Guides Follow Kwame on LinkedIn
As a follow-up to Episode 61 of the Crazy Town podcast, Noam Chomsky, the well-known linguist, author, and social critic, joins Asher Miller in Crazy Town to discuss the failures and dominance of neoliberalism -- which Chomsky describes as "class war" -- since delivery of the Powell Memo 50 years ago. Chomsky responds to George Monbiot's critique of the political center and left for not, in Monbiot's view, developing viable alternatives to neoliberalism. Disagreeing with Monbiot's (and admittedly Post Carbon Institute's own) views about the limits of Keynesian "green growth" economic policies, Chomsky discusses proposals developed by places like the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) that he believes would meet the needs of the poor and working classes while tackling the climate crisis. Noam's emphasis on community power, going back to his childhood experiences, strongly resonates with "Do the Opposite" themes explored in Season 4 of Crazy Town.Support the show
The right isn't funny, but they're effective. That's Professor Nick Marx's argument in the book "That's Not FunnyHow the Right Makes Comedy Work for Them". He joins Francesca and comedian Jessica Sele to discuss how the edge lord comedy ecosystem is recruiting young people to more extremist causes. Then the right screams "Defund the Police!" after the FBI raids Trump's Mar-A-Lago estate, including his safe! And major climate legislation passes the Senate. What's in the bill and does it do more good than harm or more harm than good? Finally a homophobic production of Hamilton has us playing the game "Un-gay This Musical". PLUS a patron-only Bonus Bish about Alex Jones getting his ass handed to him by everyone in court. Problem is, he's super into it. Become a patron to listen & watch back www.patreon.com/bitchuationroom. Featuring: Jessica Sele, comedian: https://twitter.com/jsele Nick Marx, professor Colorado State University: https://twitter.com/marxnick Order Nick's book here! https://www.ucpress.edu/book/9780520382138/thats-not-funnyThe Bitchuation Room Streams LIVE every TUESDAY (now!) at 1/4pmEST on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/franifio and Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/franifioFollow The Bitchuation Room on Twitter @BitchuationPodGet your TBR merch: www.bitchuationroom.comSupport The Bitchuation Room by becoming a Patron: www.patreon.com/bitchationroom or via Venmo: @TBR-LIVE Cash-App: @TBRLIVE See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A magyar tudósok a 20. században a tudomány és a világpolitika középpontjában mozogtak. Rendkívüli tehetségük nagyrészt különleges gondolkodásmódjuknak, hírneves magyar gimnáziumi tanáraiknak és történelmi hátterüknek volt köszönhető. Nyugaton azzal magyarázták a megmagyarázhatatlant, hogy ők a Marsról jöttek. A híres marslakók egyedi életszemlélete a mai olvasók, a jövő generációi számára is üzenetet hordoz. A kötet amellett, hogy a magyar fizikusok példátlan észjárását mutatja be, betekintést nyújt sorsuk alakulásába, tudományos eredményeik hátterébe, munkásságuk színfalak mögött játszódó eseményeibe és a korszak tudományos világának működésébe. Megismerhetjük a nagy nevek mögött rejtőző embereket: ehhez nyújt segítséget Marx György közvetlen stílusa és anekdotáin keresztül máig ható derűje, humora és optimizmusa.
Bitcoin podcaster Mark Moss and his partner in "wrongthink" Alexander Svetski join me for a lively discussion of their new book, "The Uncommunist Manifesto" and why a pamphlet length refutation of Marx and Engels is needed today more than it ever has been.Show Notes:Mark on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MarkMossMark on Twitter: www.twitter.com/1MarkMossBlog: www.tomluongo.meTwitter: www.twitter.com/tfl1728
Marx interviews Ben Wallis, a.k.a. ThatGamerPriest, about Broken, a duet story game telling the story of the breakdown of a relationship.This week's sponsor is Grumpy Bear Stuff whose game Daily Dread is Kickstarting in August 2022 in as part of Zinequest 4.Yes Indie'd Pod on TwitterYes Indie'd Pod websiteYes Indie'd Pod PatreonDonate via Ko-Fi Benjamin Wallis on TwitterAPON Games on TwitterBR
Animal Farm is an animal fable and novella written by George Orwell. The story is about a group of farm animals who rebel against their human farmer, hoping to establish a free and equal society. In this episode, we discuss the idea of revolution and utopia!
The Theology of Marxism, Session 3 Marxism is a theology, and its religion is Communism. That we have failed to understand this fact over the 175 years since Marx wrote the early drafts of what he originally called the Communist Confession of Faith and published in by the title The Communist Manifesto is indisputably one of the most damaging analytical errors in human history, if not the single worst. It's time to set the record straight. Marx laid out an evil theology, and the practice of his religion is a liturgy of death and destruction. To understand the Marxist theology, we have to understand its theological antecedent, which was laid down by the German systematic theologian, speculative idealist, and Hermetic alchemist Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. His theology is a dialectical one, the father of what Marx turned into dialectical materialism, and it is the combination of two mystery religions. Hegel, building on Jean-Jacques Rousseau (Father of Leftism), Immanuel Kant, and others dialectically synthesized Hermetic alchemy and Gnosticism, hammered it into a Christianity-based metaphysical framework, and mislabeled it a "system of science." Thus we arrive at what has been variously called "Scientific Gnosticism," "Gnosticism in the Modern Era," and "Dialectical Leftism," which outlines a broad system of faith in man's necessary role as a transformer of reality into its utopian idealized state at the End of History. In this deep-diving presentation from The Theology of Marxism Conference, New Discourses (https://newdiscourses.com/) Founder James Lindsay (https://linktr.ee/conceptualjames) explains for the first time in decades and in unprecedented clarity how Rousseau and Hegel architected the seeds of a broad Dialectical Faith of Leftism that Marx codified into his own anti-human theology. http://sovereignnations.com Support Sovereign Nations: paypal.me/sovnations patreon.com/sovnations Follow Sovereign Nations: sovereignnations.com/subscribe facebook.com/SovereignNations twitter.com/SovNations youtube.com/SovereignNations rumble.com/c/sovnations instagram.com/sovnations/ minds.com/sovnations?referrer=sovnations parler.com/profile/sovnations © 2022 Sovereign Nations. All rights reserved.
The episode's main segment is a presentation by Andrew, at a recent MHI meeting, on what Marx's Critique of the Gotha Program says about the differences between capitalism and communism, and about revolutionary transformation of capitalism into communism. His close reading of the text is informed by Marx's conception of the relation between a society's economic basis and its political and legal superstructure, and it calls attention to ways in which Marx's critique draws on his concepts of directly and indirectly social labor and his value theory. Andrew also contrasts the standard organizational principle of post-Marx Marxism to what Raya Dunayevskaya called the “new ground for organization” that Marx's Critique created. Andrew suggests that the failure to embrace the Critique's new ground for organization has been bound up with a failure to appreciate or build upon the Critique's economic theory. In the episode's current-events segment, Brendan and Andrew discuss recent pieces by Tara Bilous, a Ukrainian socialist, on resisting Putin's invasion of Ukraine and resisting the pro-Putin apologetics of Jacobin authors, DSA bodies, and others on “the Left. ”
O papo do quarteto começou com uma reflexão sobre qual é a responsabilidade do Venture Capital quando a investida dá errado. Nas últimas semanas, duas fintechs validadas por grandes placas do VC quebraram -- a Hash e a Virtus. Eles saíram deste tema para outro: em alguma hipótese o ghosting é válido? A pergunta do ouvinte foi sobre FII de tijolo. No quadro Tudo Nosso X Nada deles: telemedicina X ir no consultório; MAC X PC; whey x creatina. Pra encerrar, dicas culturais.- Filme Eduardo e Mônica, no GloboPlay - Disco Dois, do Legião Urbana- Série The Office, episódio sobre budget- Podcast De Carona na Carreira, episódio com Leila Velez- Filme Taxi Driver, na Netlix- Jogo entre Corinthians e Flamengo pela Libertadores, de terça-feira (02/08)- Filme Lightyear, no Disney Plus- Livro Sabor, de Stanley Tucci- Podcast Café com tri, episódio com João Paulo Diniz- Instagram @victorpontes.photoart
How did we get here? Let’s ask Marx, Hegel, Nietzsche, Wilde, and Sammy Davis Jr??? Wretched Radio | Air Date: August 04, 2022 https://media-wretched.org/Radio/Podcast/WR2022-0804.mp3 Segment 1 HOW DID THIS HAPPEN? Courtesy of Carl Trueman -Strange New World. Hundreds of years ago the assumption was God exists and if you have a question, go to your […] The post HOW DID THIS HAPPEN? appeared first on Wretched.
GGACP celebrates the 90th anniversary of the Marx Brothers' "Horse Feathers" (released August 10, 1932) by revisiting this 2019 interview with a panel of Marx aficionados, including authors Robert S. Bader(“Four of the Three Musketeers”) and Josh Frank (“Giraffes on Horseback Salad”) and Harpo's son, musician Bill Marx. Also: Chico works blue, Salvador Dali meets Louis B. Mayer, Harpo shares a bill with Allan Sherman and Bill visits the set of “Love Happy.” PLUS: “The Big Store”! Harpo goes to Russia! Groucho livens up the party! Zeppo inspires Cary Grant! And Bill reveals his favorite Marx Brothers movie! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Subscribe to Bad Faith on Patreon to instantly unlock our full premium episode library: http://patreon.com/badfaithpodcast This week Briahna speaks to environmental activist, author, & journalist George Monbiot about the state of nature: that is, the global warming, the left's growing frustrations with electoral solutions, the tension between individual "green" choices and the scale of industrial pollution, and why George doubts Marx can help with this one. Subscribe to Bad Faith on YouTube for video of this episode. Find Bad Faith on Twitter (@badfaithpod) and Instagram (@badfaithpod). Produced by Armand Aviram. Theme by Nick Thorburn (@nickfromislands).
Readings for the 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time Steadfast & Immovable | 18th Sunday of OT Fr. Brian Larkin Today's readings: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/073122.cfm Almsgiving—Store up grain, which is wealth in the ancient world Charity—Book about almsgiving (can be found in the church library) Ecc 1:2; 2:21-23 “I want the house to be clean when they tear it down.”—Goonies “Why clean your house if it's just going to get torn down?”—Fr. Brian Larkin “Why have I labored so hard? I'm just going to die. Jesus, thank you, that you have answered that riddle, and you brought it to fulfillment.”—Fr. Brian Larkin “Today's readings can give the impression that as Christians, we are men and women who abandon this world. This is a mischaracterization of Christianity, but some of us as Christians do this.” “Throughout Christianity, one of the main accusations of us is that we abandon this world for the next.”—Fr. Brian Larkin Year 248 Origen argues with Celsus: Book: Contra Celsus 1.24 https://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/20237615.Origen_Contra_Celsus_1_24_transl_Henry_Chadwick_1953_ Nietzsche's Book: Thus Spoke Zarathustra (Zarathustra was a pagan prophet) https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/51893.Thus_Spoke_Zarathustra “I adjure you, my brothers, remain true to the earth. And believe not those who speak to you of super earthly hopes.”—Nietzsche “Once blasphemy against God was the greatest blasphemy. But God died. And therewith, all those blasphemers. To blaspheme the earth is now the deadliest sin.”—Nietzsche “Today, Brothers and Sisters, Jesus refutes Celsus, Nietzsche, Marx, and he brings the hope of Qoheleth and of all of us to fulfillment, and it's all about the Resurrection.”—Fr. Brian Larkin “One of the things that you and I get wrong as Christians, and when we get this wrong, Brothers and Sisters, the world has a legitimate critique is about escapism. 'You're gonna die someday, so forget about this world and set your eyes on heaven,' but that's a misread—the paradigm is not escapism—it's that God invades, breaks into, redeems, and transforms this world.”—Fr. Brian Larkin Vanity/futility in Greek: mataiotēs Romans 8: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/romans/8 Genesis 3: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/genesis/3 When the curse that fell on Adam was shared with the earth. “Creation was made subject to futility, not by its own will, but by the will of Him who subjected it in hope.”—Fr. Brian Larkin “Here's what we believe in: We believe in the resurrection, and the life of the world to come.”—Fr. Brian Larkin “Christians and Jews believe in resurrection, and no one else.”—Fr. Brian Larkin “Your soul will not just go to heaven. Resurrection means your soul will be reunited with your body in glory, and the whole point of that is that God doesn't give up on this world.”—Fr. Brian Larkin Gnosticism: A heresy “Here's where Nietszche gets it wrong. Christianity is not God calling us to abandon this world; it is Jesus Christ conquering this world and redeeming it from the inside out. That's Christianity. This will change your life.”—Fr. Brian Larkin N.T. Wright— Surprised by Hope—Completely changed FB's life. His teaching on the Resurrection is dead on. 1 Corinthians 15: The longest Treatment of the Resurrection in all the New Testament https://bible.usccb.org/bible/1corinthians/15 “Therefore my beloved brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord, your labor is not in vain.”—St. Paul in 1 Corinthians 15 “In this world, you are going to die, and that should bring you sobriety and wisdom.”—Fr. Brian Larkin “The work you do in the Lord will not be in vain.”—Fr. Brian Larkin
Modern social and political discussions all seem to revolve around the concept of identity. Dr. Carl Trueman, theologian and former William E. Simon Fellow in Religion and Public Life here at the Madison Program, discusses how thinkers like Marx, Freud, and Nietzsche created a world in which sexuality is politicized, and in which we all […]
Modern social and political discussions all seem to revolve around the concept of identity. Dr. Carl Trueman, theologian and former William E. Simon Fellow in Religion and Public Life here at the Madison Program, discusses how thinkers like Marx, Freud, and Nietzsche created a world in which sexuality is politicized, and in which we all instinctively know what it means to "identify as." Dr. Trueman is the author two recent books, The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self, and a shorter, study-version on the same topic, Strange New World.
What if everything you learned about anthropology turned out to be wrong? Well, OK, maybe not everything, but some very important things. Today Razib talks to Manvir Singh about primitive communism and misconceptions about hunter-gatherers, what anthropology got wrong in the past and how it has continued to confuse us into the present. Singh is a scholar at The Institute of Advanced Study in Toulouse, as well as an artist and essayist. His academic interests lie in explaining why most human societies, from preliterate foragers to urbanites, develop cultural phenomena like “witchcraft, origin myths, property rights, sharing norms, lullabies, dance music, and gods.” This episode of Unsupervised Learning hinges on two essays by Singh, Primitive communism: Marx's idea that societies were naturally egalitarian and communal before farming is widely influential and quite wrong and Beyond the !Kung: A grand research project created our origin myth that early human societies were all egalitarian, mobile and small-scale. Razib and Singh discuss the primitive communism of the Ache people of South America, how rare it is and its horrific consequences like obligate murder of orphans. Though the Ache do practice radical communism in the distribution of resources, they also follow the Biblical maxim “that if any would not work, neither should he eat.” And it turns out that they're not a template, but one end of the extreme among contemporary “small-scale societies.” The “initial-study-population” problem crops up again elsewhere in the misleading representations of prehistoric societies that come out of studying the rare marginalized foragers of the modern world, pushed as they often are into desolate lands, eking out an existence on the Malthusian margin. Singh argues that for too long anthropologists and the public have back-projected into the past based on unrepresentative modern people like the !Kung, when the past was actually filled with a diversity of human lifestyles. One takeaway is that we can't expect to reconstruct prehistory by cobbling together unrepresentative fragments of the present.
Neste episódio do Skin in The Game, Renato Breia e Luiz Felippo recebem o gestor da RBR Asset, Bruno Nardo. Bruno é sócio da RBR e portfólio manager da área de Ativos Líquidos/Multiestratégia da gestora. É formado em economia pelo Insper (IBMEC-SP) e com MBA em Real Estate pela FUPAM (Fundação ligada à USP). Participação especial do sócio e analista de fundos imobiliários da Nord Research, Marx Gonçalves. #investimentos #fiis #fundosimobiliarios
Marx interviews Alex Roberts, creator of Starcrossed and For The Queen, larper extraordinaire, and former host of the podcast Backstory.This week's sponsor is Beyond Cataclysm, whose podcast What Is Roleplay? is available now.Yes Indie'd Pod on TwitterYes Indie'd Pod websiteYes Indie'd Pod PatreonDonate via Ko-Fi Alex Roberts on TwitterAlex Roberts on ItchioAlex Roberts official websiteBackstory on the OneShot Podcast NetworkBenjamin Wallis on TwitterAPON Games on TwitterBR
[Patreon Tier 2&3 Exclusive] On Zizek's "How Marx Invented the Symptom" from The Sublime Object of Ideology. We kick off the second phase of the 2022 Reading Club, on Cynical Ideology, with this selection from Slavoj Zizek's landmark first book in English. How does he supplement Marx's conception of ideology? Are we post-ideological or trapped in cynical ideology? How would we go about breaking free of it? Reading: The Sublime Object of Ideology (ch. 1), Slavoj Zizek
Support The Maple by subscribing to our daily newsletter for as little as $7 per month.This week, we spoke to Paris Marx about their new book, titled Road to Nowhere: What Silicon Valley Gets Wrong about the Future of Transportation. Paris' book argues that big tech companies are offering a future for transportation built on false promises that will not deliver an equitable version of auto-mobility simply by upgrading it with new technologies.Buy the book here: https://www.versobooks.com/books/3995-road-to-nowhere Subscribe to Paris' podcast, Tech Won't Save Us: https://techwontsave.us/Follow Paris on Twitter: @parismarxMusic credit: "Fluidity," by tobylane.
In this episode, we talk to Robin Marx, solutions architect at Akamai, about HTTP/3, the third version of the HTTP protocol, how it can be used, and how it's developed over the past decade. Links https://twitter.com/programmingart QUIC and HTTP talks (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3tsOU35YefabIEzJa_cq6vjkojNr0UZh) Follow us. Get free stickers. Follow us on Apple Podcasts, fill out this form (https://podrocket.logrocket.com/get-podrocket-stickers), and we'll send you free PodRocket stickers! What does LogRocket do? LogRocket combines frontend monitoring, product analytics, and session replay to help software teams deliver the ideal product experience. Try LogRocket for free today. (https://logrocket.com/signup/?pdr) Special Guest: Robin Marx.
Emma hosts Nick Marx, associate professor of film and media studies at Colorado State University, to discuss his recent book That's Not Funny: How the Right Makes Comedy Work for Them that he co-authored with Matt Sienkiewicz. Then, Emma is joined by Odessa Kelly, candidate for Congress in Tennessee's 7th District, to give us an update from the campaign trail. First, Emma dives into the impotent Inflation Reduction Act, the GOP's block of healthcare for vets exposed to agent orange, and the Right in Congress complaining about the Democrats trying to do two things at once! Nick Marx then joins as he dives right into what inspired his studies of the world of conservative comedy, from the belief that it was an oxymoron with the success of the Daily Show without a right-wing counterpart, to the emergency of Trump and the “is he funny (yes)” arguments. Then, he and Emma walk through the various levels of comedy discussed in the book, from the more basic reactionary comedy of Dave Chapelle that isn't inherently right-wing to the more obvious institutional conservatism of Fox's Jesse Watters and Greg Gutfeld, the latter of which has his own (surprisingly successful) late night show, and discuss how the hatred of ambivalence that can be found in their reactionary backlash plays in pushing this humor further and further to the extreme. Taking a step back, Professor Marx then paints a picture of the institutional similarities between the late-night comedy of the right and left, from the actual formats of the show to the tactics of creating an “in-group” unified around laughing at the “out-group,” before wrapping up with a conversation on the endpoint of this wormhole to the right and the genuine fascists and neonazis that largely act as sources for this reactionary commentary. Then, Odessa Kelly and Emma get right into Kelly's fight for TN-7, the failure of the right's attempt to engage in racist gerrymandering, and the beauty of fighting for a base of Black folks and progressives. Next, she walks through her experiences working in unions and fighting gentrification, how they built her knowledge of the role of solidarity in achieving progress, and what we need from positions of power to get stuff done. And in the Fun Half: Emma is joined by Matt and Brandon, with Binder previewing a massive Web3 story he'll be breaking this evening on Scam Economy, Emma takes on the absurdity of Jim Harbaugh's “give me your children” policy and the messiah complex of College Football coaches. Noah from Tampa dives into the psychology of conservatives, Andrew Yang finally brews the first truly third party, and Q takes on Right Wingers dominating the discourse around comedy. Matt Gaetz gets absolutely “mothered” by a Pence advisor, the Newsmax goes back to the 2010s backlash to twerking, and the crew explores the US' response to the monkeypox epidemic, plus, your calls and IMs! Check out Nick's book here: https://www.ucpress.edu/book/9780520382138/thats-not-funny Check out Odessa's campaign here: http://odessaforcongress.com/ Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://am-quickie.ghost.io/ Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Get the free Majority Report App!: http://majority.fm/app Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn @BradKAlsop Check out Matt's show, Left Reckoning, on Youtube, and subscribe on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/leftreckoning Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ Check out Matt Binder's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/mattbinder Subscribe to Brandon's show The Discourse on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/ExpandTheDiscourse The Majority Report with Sam Seder - https://majorityreportradio.com/
This week Nic Still auditions for the Wrap Up with cohosts Alex Ray & Darkside. They cover Darkside blaming Sexton for crash with Cade, the attempt to call Rick Ware, removing the trees at Washougal, Darkside shutting down Marx's Birthday Sushi dinner, and more.
No Conversa Paralela, Lara Brenner e Arthur Morisson recebem Patthy Silva, pesquisadora de relações raciais e de educação e pós-doutoranda em sociologia pela UFRJ, e Geisiane Freitas, mestre em sociologia e pesquisadora de antifeminismo e de relações raciais. Duas mulheres, negras, acadêmicas, que, ludibriadas pelo canto da sereia ideológico na adolescência, tiveram uma fase em que se sentiam representadas pelas agendas de esquerda voltadas para minorias (no seu caso, negros e mulheres) – para então, justamente por amor à verdade e a seus próprios valores, descobrirem através dos próprios estudos como tais ideologias com base marxista não as representavam enquanto indivíduos, nem como parte de uma população. As origens e aspectos das pautas raciais, no Brasil e nos EUA, entre conservadores – em especial os negros –; e como se deu o “sequestro” do antirracismo ao longo do século XX por ideologias revolucionárias de esquerda. Tal qual o feminismo, como se deram as “três ondas” do movimento negro; o que Marx e Foucault têm a ver com essa história, e, falando nestes dois homens brancos europeus, o “eurocentrismo” que o movimento critica mas ao qual adere acriticamente. O que é vitimismo e o que é racismo – sem abstrações, mas no dia a dia, concreto. O que é legítimo e acaba deslegitimado pela “forçada” de barra da esquerda e pelo menosprezo da direita. O que negro “tem que” e “não pode” ser de acordo com a cartilha – e a patrulha ideológica de que ambas são alvo. Fenótipos, cotas e tribunais raciais. Feminilidade, beleza da mulher negra e o que o feminismo (não) tem a ver com isso. Representatividade e construção do imaginário para as crianças negras. Racismo – “estrutural”, “reverso” e outros adjetivos. Apropriação cultural. Religiosidade. Patthy e Geisiane falam de tudo e mais um pouco – e ainda falariam de mais um muito, pois faltou programa para tanta Conversa.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Why is it important for the average Joe to call out bureaucratic corruption at the local level? Has the corporate press turned into an oligarchy of democracy deniers? Listen to the full show to find out. Plus, KCarl Smith, writer at 1819 News, calls in to talk about the towering historical presence of Frederick Douglass and why groups like Black Lives Matter are afraid to talk about the influential reformer and abolitionist. Why hasn't there been a hollywood movie based on Frederick Douglass's life? Follow KCarl Smith on Twitter. Visit A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com
This week, Roqayah and Kumars are joined from the top of the hour by Aaron Thorpe, Jamie Peck and Jorge Rocha, hosts of the podcast Everybody Loves Communism. Aaron is a cohost of the Trillbilly Workers Party podcast and organizes with the Democratic Socialists of America in Atlanta, Jamie is a veteran of The Majority Report and the Antifada and organizes with North Brooklyn DSA, and Jorge is a NYC-based organizer with DSA and serves on the International Committee. Aaron, Jamie and Jorge open the proceedings by sharing stories of how they were radicalized before elaborating on some of the highlights from their regular discussions of Marxist theory and socialist history. The gang touches on two classical texts from Marx as well as the socialist feminism of Alexandra Kollontai, exploring the defining features of capitalism and how communists have broken with liberal conceptions of equality, including the relationship between socialism and liberation for women and queer folks. You can follow Aaron on Twitter @borgposting, Jamie @Jamie_Elizabeth and Jorge @LineGoesDown, and the show account @ELCPod, and you can find Everybody Loves Communism on Patreon and wherever you get your podcasts.
The Legal Aid Justice Center, without a case to bring to a real courtroom, takes the issue of residents facing eviction from a local apartment community (Mallside Forest) over unpaid (subsidized) rent to the 'court of public opinion' and Joe points out that this is just another one of the incidents where the issue of 'cancelling' James Madison (and Constitution he wrote) has to be opposed vigorously.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Paris Marx, author, "Road to Nowhere: What Silicon Valley Gets Wrong about the Future of Transportation" Tomaš Dvořák - "Game Boy Tune" - "Mark's intro" [0:00:19] - "Interview with Paris Marx" [0:04:46] - "Mark's comments" [0:45:09] The Simpsons - "Canyonero" [0:56:21] https://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/117967
Today we're joined by returning champion Will to discuss the links between the work of Theodor Adorno and Fred Moten on questions of value theory, negative dialectics, and domination. In particular, we're going to be focusing on the violent domination at the heart of the commodity, a violence exemplified in confronting and re-historicizing Marx's notion of the commodity that speaks—a commodity which in the introductory essay to his book In the Break, Moten explores through the enslaved person. Moten not only draws upon a negative dialectic of value and non-value but also from Saussure, Glissant, Hartman, Douglass, and Derrida to conceptualize a commodity which not only speaks, but one which screams—rupturing the erasure of its inherent dignity and value in everyday exchange, and allowing both suffering and resistance to appear in its sonic performance. Support the podcast:Acid Horizon on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/acidhorizonpodcastMerch: http://www.crit-drip.comPreorder 'The Philosopher's Tarot': https://www.thriftbooks.com/w/the-philosophers-tarot/36283483/item/52275949/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwz96WBhC8ARIsAATR250MN8KEXNTh5DTZGpms3y6aXqQEBMthr2awTrG_UzKJz8X416ebFnEaAs-xEALw_wcB#edition=64288388Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/169wvvhiHappy Hour at Hippel's (Adam's blog): https://happyhourathippels.wordpress.comDestratified (Matt's Blog): https://destratified.com/Revolting Bodies (Will's Blog): https://revoltingbodies.comSplit Infinities (Craig's Substack): https://splitinfinities.substack.com/Music: https://sereptie.bandcamp.com/ and https://thecominginsurrection.bandcamp.com/Support the show
Are you good if you are simply a nice person? Or takes it more than that?... Elisjsha Dicken, the young man who killed the Indiana Mall murderer, is a true hero and good person… To the left you are a nothing. The state is to take care of all your needs and all your family's needs. To the right, you are a something. You are responsible to take care of yourself and your family… Dennis talks to Dr. Simone Gold. She's headed to a federal penitentiary for walking into the capitol on January 6. LAUSD (Los Angeles public school system) wants to “breakdown the gender binary.” There are so few truly transgender students we must look deeper for a motive of the left's trans obsession. The answer is found in Marx's love of a quote from the Goethe play, “Faust.” “Everything that exists deserves to perish.” It's very hard to build civilization. It's very easy to destroy it… Dennis talks to Aryeh Lightstone, senior advisor to U.S. Ambassador to Israel during the Trump Adminstration, David Friedman. His new book is Let My People Know: The Incredible Story of Middle East Peace―and What Lies Ahead. Thanks for listening to the Daily Dennis Prager Podcast. To hear the entire three hours of my radio show as a podcast, commercial-free every single day, become a member of Pragertopia. You'll also get access to 15 years' worth of archives, as well as daily show prep. Subscribe today at Pragertopia dot com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Grace speaks to Mike Savage, author of The Return of Inequality: Social Change and the Weight of the Past. They discuss the renewed focus on inequality in social science and politics more generally, different forms of inequality and how they're linked, and different theoretical approaches to understanding inequality and social class, from Marx to Bourdieu.A World to Win is a podcast from Grace Blakeley and Tribune bringing you a weekly dose of socialist news, theory, and action with guests from around the world. Thanks to our producer Conor Gillies and to the Lipman-Miliband Trust for making this episode possible. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this week's show, Prof Wolff discusses the unionization efforts by post-doc medical researchers vote union, central bankers mislead on inflation, rising economic footprint and power of BRICS nations, and left victory in Colombia's elections. The second half of the show will feature discussions of the relevance of Marx's Labor Theory of value and the French political shift leftward with wide ramifications.
Emma is joined by Paris Marx, host of the Tech Won't Save Us podcast, to discuss their recent book Road to Nowhere: What Silicon Valley Gets Wrong About the Future of Transportation. Check out Paris's book here: https://www.versobooks.com/books/3995-road-to-nowhere Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://am-quickie.ghost.io/ Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Get the free Majority Report App!: http://majority.fm/app Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn @BradKAlsop Check out Matt's show, Left Reckoning, on Youtube, and subscribe on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/leftreckoning Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ Check out Matt Binder's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/mattbinder Subscribe to Brandon's show The Discourse on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/ExpandTheDiscourse The Majority Report with Sam Seder - https://majorityreportradio.com/
There's no friend like an “old” friend. Charlie talks to one of his best and oldest friends, Larry Butler. You will be surprised to find how their lives intersect and now remain close. Larry's search for truth and meaning in life took him from Plato to Marx to Martin Luther King to King Jesus.
This week, Grace speaks to Mike Savage, author of The Return of Inequality: Social Change and the Weight of the Past. They discuss the renewed focus on inequality in social science and politics more generally, different forms of inequality and how they're linked, and different theoretical approaches to understanding inequality and social class, from Marx to Bourdieu.You can support our work on the show by becoming a patron. Thanks to our producer Conor Gillies and to the Lipman-Miliband Trust for making this episode possible.
Welcome to the third part of our reading series on Roland Boer's Red Theology: On the Christian Communist Tradition. We are joined by our Comrades in Christ, Mir and Ben, for the third set of chapters dealing with the contradictory legacy of Martin Luther and Marx's secular eschaton. This episode was recorded before Jason's accident, but I have just now gotten around to mixing and uploading it. It has been a crazy month, but we are hoping to get back in the swing of things soon. Jason won't be able to podcast again until probably September at the earliest, but we are going to try to get some stuff together in his absence. Enjoy! Boer, Roland. Red Theology: On the Christian Communist Tradition. Studies in Critical Research on Religion . Haymarket Books, 2020.Music: Norfolk Chamber Consort - J.S. Bach, Cantata 106: II. Gottes Zeit ist die allerbester ZeitSupport the show
Paris Marx from Tech Won't Save Us joins Riley and Alice to discuss the Uber Files - a trove of documents confirming Uber was doing what we were alleging it was doing the whole time. But first, we review a fight between a practitioner of the Reddit style and a master of the Page Six style. If you're looking for a UK strike fund to donate to, here's one we've supported: https://www.rmt.org.uk/about/national-dispute-fund/ If you want access to our Patreon bonus episodes, early releases of free episodes, and powerful Discord server, sign up here: https://www.patreon.com/trashfuture *MILO ALERT* Here are links to see Milo's upcoming standup shows: https://www.miloedwards.co.uk/live-shows *WEB DESIGN ALERT* Tom Allen is a friend of the show (and the designer behind our website). If you need web design help, reach out to him here: https://www.tomallen.media/ Trashfuture are: Riley (@raaleh), Milo (@Milo_Edwards), Hussein (@HKesvani), Nate (@inthesedeserts), and Alice (@AliceAvizandum)
Today we've got Professor Roberts, author of Marx's Inferno: The Political Theory of Capital, on to discuss his debate with Martin Hägglund regarding Hägglund's book This Life: Secular Faith and Spiritual Freedom. We discuss the proper foundation of a socialist movement, the origins of capitalism, what American leftists should be doing in practice, and more. Check out our previous episode on This Life here: Part I, Part II.
Michael J. Marx, MBA, EdD, PCC, CMCC. Michael is an ICF Professional Certified Coach specializing in business coaching and corporate consultation. Dr. Marx serves on the ICF Independent Review Board and leads the team for the Ethical Interpretive Statements. Additionally, he the author of Ethics and Risk Management for Christian Coaches (2016). Currently he serves as the Administrative Direction of Success Unlimited Network. He and his team have founded a non-profit call Coaching Suicide Awareness. Find more on his website: https://coachingsuicideawareness.com/
The comedian Hannah Gadsby has been touring this summer with a show called “Body of Work.” She came to wide attention in 2018, with the Netflix special “Nanette.” It was a full-length comedy show, and, at the same time, a carefully structured critique of standup comedy which argued that comedians have to distort personal experience for the sake of a joke, inflicting a kind of violence on themselves and their audiences. Gadsby recently published a memoir about her breakout moment called “Ten Steps to Nanette.” The New Yorker's Emily Nussbaum talked with Gadsby back in 2018, when “Nanette” had just been released. Plus, Patricia Marx tries the trendy relaxation technique called flotation therapy—formerly known as a sensory deprivation tank. But relaxing, Marx found, is just too stressful, and her microphone was the only thing that found peace.