Archive for February 2018

Symptomatic Redness: Marxism and Religion

Feb 28th, 2018 | By

Symptomatic Redness is a show about political economics and historical analysis. Hosted by C. Derick Varn and Amogh Sahu the show is sometimes a dialogue between the hosts and sometimes features interviews with activists and academics. This month’s Symptomatic Redness features a conversation about Marx and Marxism’s relationship with religion. The podcast circles around the

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Zero Squared #144: How to Read a History Book

Feb 22nd, 2018 | By

Perhaps in the current climate, I shouldn’t admit this, but this week’s guest Marshall Poe has lived in the USSR and Russia, his academic specialty being Russian History. He later spent a decade teaching at Harvard University, before leaving academia to take a position at The Atlantic Monthly. Since then he founded the New Books

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Zero Squared #143: Applied Philosophy

Feb 15th, 2018 | By

Professor Greg Sadler is the co-founder of ReasonIO, a consulting company that puts philosophy into practice, the Youtube star behind the Half Hour Hegel series, a professor of philosophy who has taught at Ball State University and Fayetteville State University, and the guest on this week’s podcast. In this episode, you’ll hear us discuss whether

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Zero Squared #142: Michael Brooks’ Materialism

Feb 7th, 2018 | By

Michael Brooks is the co-host of the Majority Report and the host of his own podcast called The Michael Brooks Show, and in this episode we discuss the anti-SJW industry, whether or not Zero Squared is just a Marxist version of Dave Rubin, and the need for debate on the left. If you haven’t already

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Zero Squared #141: Class Consciousness

Feb 5th, 2018 | By

C Derick Varn is on the podcast again, this time to discuss Lukacs’ 1920 essay Class Consciousness. This conversation goes into the weeds on philosophical and economic categories and tries to both “Straw Man” and “Steel Man” Lukacs’ essay in an effort to point out what we take to be common or at least possible

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