Because I'm not feeling great today, I'm posting class 2 from my course on the Nichomachean Ethics. I wanted to still have something for you today. So, tune in to hear more from the class.
I discuss the importance of integrity and why we should be willing to suffer for what we know to be true through great examples of integrity.
Civil disobedience is key to holding our lawmakers accountable. But when is civil disobedience justified and how is it done?
Human nature has to be discovered through stories and philosophy, not by science. We're more than our bodies, and stories help us learn that.
America should ban abortion. In this episode, I make the case for why abortion should be banned, and how to do it legally.
Today, I discuss the arguments in favor of liberty from a libertarian perspective, while exposing some of the problems with libertarianism.
Today, I answer mailbag questions on the most beautiful places I've seen, Libertarianism and Christianity, and more. Listen here.
Outrage doesn’t fix problems. Often, it actually exacerbates them. Find out what outrage culture is and how to fix outrage culture.
What is political philosophy, and why is political philosophy so important? I answer those questions with Lysander Spooner's Natural Law.
Political division has become a serious problem in America. But what is causing this divide between right and left? I discuss that with Ross Benes
The mob is still angry, roaming the streets with digital pitchforks and verbal torches. Rioting hasn’t broken out en masse like we saw last year. But the mob reign of terror is in full effect. But, there are still calls for “justice” coming from the mob that don’t resemble justice in the least. In fact,... Continue Reading →
Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors is a great example of how slapstick comedy in literature can bring life to a story and make it more enjoyable.
I sat down with Julie Mastrine to discuss feminism, media bias, and culture through the lens of traditional values. Listen or watch here.
Derek Chauvin was convicted on all three counts after a brief trial, and I still don’t know if I’m surprised or not.