44 épisodes

Conversations with Coleman is home to honest conversations with leading intellectuals on polarised issues in the realm of race, politics and culture in the West.

Conversations With Coleman Coleman Hughes

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Conversations with Coleman is home to honest conversations with leading intellectuals on polarised issues in the realm of race, politics and culture in the West.

    'Social Dilemma' with Tristan Harris [S2 Ep.11]

    'Social Dilemma' with Tristan Harris [S2 Ep.11]

    Welcome to another episode of Conversations with Coleman.

    My guest today is Tristan Harris. Tristan is a computer scientist and president of the Centre for Humane Technology. He was named TIME 100's 'next leader shaping the future', and Rolling Stone magazine's '25 people shaping the world'. Tristan is the co host of Your Undivided Attention, consistently among the top 10 tech podcasts on Apple. Tristan was also the primary subject of the acclaimed Netflix documentary 'The Social Dilemma', which we talked about in this episode. Tristan and I talked about the problems created by social media both for our individual happiness and for the health of society as a whole.

    • 1h 10 min
    Rethinking Identity with Desi-Rae [S2 Ep.10]

    Rethinking Identity with Desi-Rae [S2 Ep.10]

    Welcome to another episode of Conversations with Coleman. 

    Today's guest is Desi-Rae Campbell. Desi-Rae is a YouTuber, writer, and artist. Her show which I've been on is called 'Just Thinking Out Loud'. Desi-Rae and I talk about racial identity and 'blackness', the notion of racial pride, the differences between America and Desi-Rae's homeland of Jamaica with respect to racial identity, how children think about race, affirmative action, immigration, and more



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    • 1h 13 min
    Thriving in the Taboo with Aella [S2 Ep.9]

    Thriving in the Taboo with Aella [S2 Ep.9]

    Today's guest is Aella, she is a difficult person to describe as you'll see. Aella is a blogger, a sex worker, and the queen of interesting Twitter polls. During our conversation we talked about her upbringing as a fundamentalist Christian, psychedelics meditation, sex work, polyamory, sexual jealousy, the psychology of trauma, critical race theory, and identity politics.

    Please note there are minor audio glitches due to an unstable internet connection.

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    • 1h 27 min
    The Tribal Instinct with Amy Chua [S2 Ep.8]

    The Tribal Instinct with Amy Chua [S2 Ep.8]

    Welcome to another episode of Conversations with Coleman. 

    My guest today is Amy Chua. Amy is a professor at Yale Law School. Her books include 'World on Fire', Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother', 'The Triple Package', and 'Political Tribes'. She made Time Magazine's list of 100 most influential people in 2011 and has been a guest on many TV shows including Good Morning America, the Today Show, and Real Time with Bill Maher.  Amy and I talk about tribalism, highly successful minority groups, and how ethnic tensions have undermined the US foreign policy. We also talk about the sources of racial and ethnic disparity, color blindness, and much more.

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    • 59 min
    The Case for Color-blindness S2 [Bonus Episode]

    The Case for Color-blindness S2 [Bonus Episode]

    Welcome to another episode of Conversations with Coleman.

    Just one announcement, I'll be hosting a members only Q&A on Sunday, March 28, 6 -7 PM ET on YouTube. If you're not a member and would like to participate please sign up at colemanhughes.org.

    Today's episode is a bit different than usual. It's actually a recording of a talk I gave at Harvard's Program on Constitutional Government three months ago, entitled The Case for Color-blindness. My talk is about 30 minutes, and it's followed by an audience Q&A. I hope you enjoy it

    • 1h 22 min
    Coleman Hughes responds to his Biggest Criticisms - S2 Bonus [Partial episode]

    Coleman Hughes responds to his Biggest Criticisms - S2 Bonus [Partial episode]

    Welcome to another episode of Conversations with Coleman.  

    The purpose of my solo episode is twofold. First, I'd like to update you all on the status of my attempted conversation with Ibram X. Kendi, the author of 'How to be an Anti-racist', and arguably the leading anti-racist public intellectual in America at the moment. And second, I want to respond to the most common critiques I receive regarding my views on race.  

    Bonus episodes are a members-only perk, however, I have decided to release a portion of the episode to the public. If you would like to access my full conversation consider becoming a member via https://colemanhughes.org/

    • 20 min

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141 notes

141 notes

tessaaaaas ,

Top notch

Coleman is one of my favourite thinkers today. I love his interviewing style— you can tell that he goes to great lengths to research his guests in advance, and the guests are amazing (my favourite episodes so far were Noam Chomsky and Thomas Chatterton Williams). I’m really impressed by the respect that he shows his ideological opponents — he doesn’t condescend or vilify — he attacks the ideas, not the person.

rockyXXII ,

Great podcast

Great podcast. Thanks Coleman!

lahodgson ,

Great podcast

As a fellow philosopher who endeavours to remain objective in the face of external pressures, I really enjoy listening to Coleman’s thoughts on some of the tougher issues of our time. If you want to exercise your ability to think critically about issues, this is definitely worth a listen.

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