Archive for May 2019

Zero Squared #199: Even Pewdiepie Poops

May 23rd, 2019 | By

The Serfs are internet comedians who turn their biting wit against the true enemies of the working class: i.e. Joe Rogan, Pewdiepie, and Liam Nielsen. Their names are Lance and Dave and they put out a podcast and youtube videos every week. This week’s podcast is available in full for everyone. Our Patreon supporters get

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Symptomatic Redness: A Knowledge Fight with Alex Jones

May 21st, 2019 | By

Knowledge Fight podcast host Dan Friesen joins Derick Varn to discuss the political and cultural significance of Alex Jones. The Knowledge Fight explores how Alex Jones “intentionally misleads his listeners for fun and profit.” The podcast explores “the art of the con” and “breaks down scam artists from the worlds of politics, religion, and of

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Symptomatic Redness: Ben Burgis on Logic (pt. 2) [teaser]

May 12th, 2019 | By

This week’s podcast is available in full for our patreon supporters. Our Patreon supporters get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared, but if you’re listening on our free feed you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcasts each week. At the moment we have 594 patrons but

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The Philosophy of Lungfish

May 9th, 2019 | By

Terry Tapp is the artist and author behind the Lungfish project. “The Lungfish Project” is a three-part graphic novel series and Kickstarter project bringing picto-philosophy to the masses. He is the Zero Books author of “A Serf’s Journal,” and a returning guest to this podcast. Check out his project on Kickstarter: This week’s podcast

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Symptomatic Redness: Discussing IdPol and more with Amogh

May 7th, 2019 | By

Amogh Sahu returns for a conversation about escaping from identity politics, Marxism’s “liberal” roots, and whether pessimism is justified? Is Marxism an optimistic approach to politics. Is Douglas Lain too focussed on Marx’s theory of value. Is Marx’s theory of credit money to be taken as separate from his idea of money as a commodity?

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