Posts Tagged ‘ C Derick Varn ’

Alternatives: Conspiracy Theories Left and Right [teaser]

Feb 2nd, 2019 | By

C Derick Varn and JG Michaels investigate the difference between left and right-wing conspiracy theories. Covering everything from anti-vaccination conspiracies, communist fluoride, 9/11 Truth, Peak Oil, and the social sorting that occurred in the aughts. This episode is available in full on our Patreon feed.



Symptomatic Redness: A Regrettable Century Part One [teaser]

Jan 19th, 2019 | By

On our Patreon feed, you can hear the full interview with the hosts of the A Regrettable Century Podcast. The Regrettable Century podcast subscribes to what’s called “revolutionary pessimism.” The hosts describe themselves as both humanist and pessimist and the invite similarly hard headed people to listen. “A clean, honest, and unsentimental melancholy is required;

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Zero Squared #133: The Anti-Politics of the Present

Nov 23rd, 2017 | By

C Derick Varn is the ranting voice behind Symptomatic Redness and a reader at Zero Books. This week he rants on the topic of antipolitics while touching upon self-care politics, Angela Nagle and the reaction to her work, Bordiga, and so on. We’ve moved the Inside Zero Books podcast from the Zero Books blog to

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What’s Left Now: An interview with Zahari Richter

Jan 27th, 2017 | By

Zahari Richter is a graduate student, artist and blogger at DidIStutter.org.  He and I had this discussion shortly after the election of Donald Trump about the limits of intersectionality and the possibility of bringing it closer to its original intention. C. Derick Varn: In light of Trump’s recent victory, there has been a lot of

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Zero Squared #6: Cultural Marxism?

Feb 11th, 2015 | By

C Derick Varn is the guest this week. Varn is a reader at Zero Books, a University lecturer and teacher currently living in Mexico, and my co-host on the Pop the Left podcast. In this episode of Zero Squared we briefly discuss his new podcast Symptomatic Redness and then discuss the notion of Cultural Marxism.

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