Modernity and the Failures of Pure Rationality

In this episode, I talked to John Timaeus of Modernity Has Fallen about epistemology, rationality, and the failures of modernity. John writes about these issues on his blog. As a software developer and mathematician, John understands problem solving, and is able to show how we've gone wrong. So, we discussed how in our modern world we don't know how we come to truth. Then, we looked back at how we came to know what is true in the past. Last, we discussed how our extreme problem solving can never run out of problems to solve - and might even create more.

Modern Architecture Can Build on Tradition

Modern architecture has gotten a bad reputation in many traditional circles. However, not all that is modern is bad. This video will show the difference between modern and modernist architecture, as well as the value of having a unique character.

94. You’ll Be Missed, Roger Scruton

This week we lost a genius, philosopher, and someone who's inspired me quite a bit. Today, we'll talk about Sir Roger Scruton's contributions to philosophy and why he's so important. Learn more about this amazing man and thinker:

55. The Faults Of Modernism

Modernity has given us amazing progress, and it is an undeniable good in many ways. There is a cost to some of its assertions, which I address in this episode: The Faults Of Modernism

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