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    Ep 415: Interview | Quinn Questions | Breakfast with Anthony

    Ep 415: Interview | Quinn Questions | Breakfast with Anthony

    Summary: Yesterday I got the chance to speak with someone who I greatly admire... Mr. Street Epistemology himself... Anthony Magnabosco!!! I'd taken his jacket at a joint SE event a few days prior, and essentially leveraged that item of his in order to meet up with him for breakfast. Yep, just like a stalker.

    Besides a couple of would you rather questions I contrived in the car on my way down to meet him, we had an open ended conversation, mostly about SE. His videos have been sincerely impactful on my channel as well as my day to day conversations with people. I'm very grateful to have had the opportunity to sit and talk with him.

    Watch video of talk here: https://youtu.be/6JC1zkflUjY

    Date Recorded: 24 October 2020
    Date Released: 25 October 2020

    Quinn's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRDZaUGlD_auyPHJyVoslMw

    Anthony's YouTube Channel:
    https://youtube.com/magnabosco210

    Music provided by Jim Rhodes, with Dan Harris on lap steel.

    • 1 hr 26 min
    Ep 414: Dialogue | Anthony Magnabosco | Austin | Racialism (Can Black People be Racist?)

    Ep 414: Dialogue | Anthony Magnabosco | Austin | Racialism (Can Black People be Racist?)

    Summary: Austin is a young Conservative black man still forming his views who thinks black people can also be racist and in many cases, may be "playing the victim" to help advance a false narrative.

    Watch video of talk here: https://youtu.be/lqlRbWlZsmw

    rac·ism
    /ˈrāˌsizəm/
    noun
    1. prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against a person or people on the basis of their membership of a particular racial or ethnic group, typically one that is a minority or marginalized.

    Thanks to The Conru Foundation for supporting Street Epistemology International.
    Continue the discussion: https://slug.com/streetepistemology

    Links to References in Video:

    Thanks to The Conru Foundation for supporting Street Epistemology International.
    Thanks to Slug.com for supporting Street Epistemology International:
    https://slug.comstreetepistemology

    Location: San Antonio, Texas
    Recorded: 14 February 2020
    Released: 22 October 2020

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/magnabosco (follow me)
    YouTube: https://youtube.com/magnabosco210 (tons of videos)
    Facebook: https://facebook.com/magnabosco210 (like my page)
    Website: https://anthonymagnabosco.com (contact me, appearances)

    SE Resources: https://tinyurl.com/abm-se-resources
    SE Community: https://tinyurl.com/abm-se-community
    SE Discord Server: https://discord.gg/sKap3zM

    Skip ahead to a desired point in the talk:
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    Teaser: 00:01
    Greeting: 00:23
    Explaining: 00:48
    Rapport-Building: 00:39
    Topic Selection: 02:59
    Claim (What): 03:44, 07:52, 09:58, 10:38, 11:18, 17:42
    Reason (Why): 03:56, 08:14, 10:52, 16:30, 19:18
    Challenging: 04:29, 07:08, 07:32, 08:08, 08:38, 12:08, 16:34, 17:34, 17:46
    Clarifying: 05:40, 06:17, 09:34, 11:02, 19:10
    Openness: 05:51, 07:43
    Defining: 06:47, 18:39, 21:40
    Repeating: 07:00, 07:41, 10:21, 11:33, 16:05, 19:25, 21:13
    Skate or Die: 08:46, 25:48
    Detour: 09:19, 17:17
    Skate or Die: 10:41, 27:10
    Outsider Test: 10:24
    Refocusing: 10:08, 14:02, 18:20
    Acknowledging: 11:31
    Interrupting: 12:04
    Assisting: 12:45
    Storytelling: 14:41, 19:32
    Resetting: 17:01, 19:58, 21:36
    Playing the Victim: 17:34
    Slowing Down: 18:16
    Closing: 22:03
    Reflecting: 24:19, 25:36
    End Screen: 26:44
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    Note: Add 35 seconds to these timestamps if listening to the podcast version of this talk.

    Audio correction provided by Philipp Grzemba.
    Intro Music 'Three Wise People' by E's Jammy Jams, provided by YouTube.
    Music provided by Jim Rhodes, with Dan Harris on lap steel.

    ** Add foreign language captions w/YouTube's community contributions tools **

    Mistakes: Please let me know if you spot any.

    Recorded w/Go-Pro. Edited w/PowerDirector.

    The views addressed here are mine and mine alone, and are not necessarily shared by members of my family and friends.

    • 28 min
    Ep 413 | Show | JugglingLessons | Street Epistemology Discussion with Therapist Erik Anderson

    Ep 413 | Show | JugglingLessons | Street Epistemology Discussion with Therapist Erik Anderson

    Summary:
    Dali (JugglingLessons) discusses SE with Erik Anderson, a licensed marriage and family therapist. How is SE similar to therapy? Is SE unethical when practiced with some people? These topics and more.

    Watch video of talk here:
    https://youtu.be/ps13m5_BuaI

    Dali's' YouTube Channel, JugglingLessons:
    www.youtube.com/jugglinglessons

    Erik's Therapy Website:
    https://www.erikandersontherapy.com/

    Original Recording Date:
    October 8th, 2020

    SE Resources:
    tinyurl.com/abm-se-resources
    SE Community:
    tinyurl.com/abm-se-community
    SE Discord Server:
    discord.gg/sKap3zM

    Music provided by Jim Rhodes, with Dan Harris on lap steel.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Ep 412: Dialogue | Anthony Magnabosco | Kevin | Inquisition (Agnostic Atheist Gets Cross)

    Ep 412: Dialogue | Anthony Magnabosco | Kevin | Inquisition (Agnostic Atheist Gets Cross)

    Summary: Kevin is an inquisitive former Catholic who still wears a cross despite identifying as an agnostic atheist. We cover a variety of interesting topics including certainty, openness, free will, and aspects of morality.

    I'm half-jokingly sub-titling this an "inquisition" because of the rapid-fire questions and constant interruptions that permeate our talk. Kevin is a very bright and confident individual with good dialogue skills that will most likely improve quickly. Thank you, Kevin, for making me think over both of our talks.

    Can an open-minded person be sure there is no God?
    Can a person who's sure there's no God still be open-minded?

    in·qui·si·tion
    /ˌinkwiˈziSH(ə)n/
    noun
    1. a period of prolonged and intensive questioning or investigation.

    Thanks to The Conru Foundation for supporting Street Epistemology International.
    Continue the discussion: https://slug.com/streetepistemology

    Location: San Antonio, Texas
    Recorded: 20 September 2019
    Released: 15 October 2020

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/magnabosco (follow me)
    YouTube: https://youtube.com/magnabosco210 (tons of videos)
    Facebook: https://facebook.com/magnabosco210 (like my page)
    Website: https://anthonymagnabosco.com (contact me, appearances)

    SE Resources: https://tinyurl.com/abm-se-resources
    SE Community: https://tinyurl.com/abm-se-community
    SE Discord Server: https://discord.gg/sKap3zM

    Skip ahead to a desired point in the talk:
    --
    Intro: 00:01
    Consenting: 00:42
    Topic Selection: 01:05
    Start: 02:22
    Agnostic Atheist: 02:29
    Why Wear a Cross?: 02:48, 14:10
    Confidence Level: 03:09
    Justification (Why): 03:49
    Challenging: 04:30, 05:51, 06:20, 06:33, 09:14, 10:24, 14:48, 22:06
    Clarifying: 04:39, 10:43, 13:09, 17:30
    Commending: 04:43, 11:04
    Defining: 04:54, 05:27, 10:15, 18:11, 20:05
    Repeating: 06:03
    Storytelling: 06:54, 17:48
    Questions for Me: 07:24, 08:56, 11:18, 11:31, 11:55, 13:01, 20:24
    Open-mindedness: 09:00
    Aporia: 09:14, 19:27
    Reframing: 09:27
    Dancing: 10:45
    Morality: 11:31, 16:29, 18:08
    Free Will: 13:01
    Mirroring: 13:57
    Outsider Test: 14:48
    Closing: 16:02
    Puzzle Pieces: 16:19
    Truth Test: 16:37
    Skate or Die: 17:09, 21:58
    Relativism: 17:22
    Sentence-Finishing: 17:44
    Advising: 20:18
    Charity: 21:41
    Reporting: 22:30
    Closing: 23:06
    End Screen: 24:58
    --
    Note: Add 35 seconds to these timestamps if listening to the podcast version of this talk.

    Audio correction provided by Philipp Grzemba.
    Intro Music 'Three Wise People' by E's Jammy Jams, provided by YouTube.
    Music provided by Jim Rhodes, with Dan Harris on lap steel.

    Links to References in Video:
    Watch 1st talk w/Kevin: https://youtu.be/cz-vmmEZ0V8 (this video)
    Watch 2nd talk w/Kevin: https://youtu.be/DwkU4-AyT7g
    Watch 2nd talk bonus footage w/Kevin: https://youtu.be/rOSf5mYj9sw
    Watch talk w/Jesse Lee Peterson: https://youtu.be/j46Pi15fXN0
    Cosmic Skeptic's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/alexjoconnor
    Cosmic Skeptic's Twitter: https://twitter.com/CosmicSkeptic
    Cosmic Skeptic's Tweet Referenced: https://twitter.com/CosmicSkeptic/status/1190285421462409217?s=20
    Faithless Forum: http://faithlessforum.com/

    ** Add foreign language captions w/YouTube's community contributions tools **

    Mistakes: "Topics can range from topic to topic."—Say what?! Also, don't threaten to hit your interlocutor :)

    Recorded w/Go-Pro. Edited w/PowerDirector.

    The views addressed here are mine and mine alone, and are not necessarily shared by members of my family and friends.

    • 26 min
    Ep 411: Blog Post | Anthony Magnabosco | How to Get Started with Street Epistemology

    Ep 411: Blog Post | Anthony Magnabosco | How to Get Started with Street Epistemology

    Recorded: 11 October 2020
    Published: 11 October 2020

    How to Get Started with Street Epistemology

    https://streetepistemology.com/publications/how_to_get_started_with_street_epistemology

    Since there are now so many potential entry points into Street Epistemology, it could be a bit confusing for people who have discovered the method, want to learn more about it, but don’t know where to go next. I’m hopeful this blog post will serve as a “road map” and outline some of the directions one can head in order to start soaking things in.

    By Anthony Magnabosco.

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/magnabosco (follow me)
    YouTube: https://youtube.com/magnabosco210 (tons of videos)
    Facebook: https://facebook.com/magnabosco210 (like my page)
    Website: https://anthonymagnabosco.com (contact me, appearances)

    SE Resources: https://tinyurl.com/abm-se-resources
    SE Community: https://tinyurl.com/abm-se-community
    SE Discord Server: https://discord.gg/sKap3zM

    Music provided by Jim Rhodes, with Dan Harris on lap steel.

    • 13 min
    Ep 410: Interview | JugglingLessons Discusses SE with Bob Swanson

    Ep 410: Interview | JugglingLessons Discusses SE with Bob Swanson

    Summary:
    Dali (JugglingLessons) interviews Bob Swanson, a science teacher who uses SE as a way to help teach critical thinking. During the episode, Bob shows a visual demonstration where he takes a glass of water, puts a plastic square on top of it, and then flips it over –– showing the plastic still holding onto the glass with water above it. Bob helps Dali explore why this happens as an example of his SE-style analysis, which helps Dali learn something new!

    Watch video of talk here:
    https://youtu.be/R3J0-woFhIw

    Dali's' YouTube Channel, JugglingLessons:
    https://www.youtube.com/jugglinglessons

    Bob's Charlie Brown video:
    https://youtu.be/iE6SgMma7LE

    Original Recording Date:
    September 25th, 2020

    SE Resources:
    tinyurl.com/abm-se-resources
    SE Community:
    tinyurl.com/abm-se-community
    SE Discord Server:
    discord.gg/sKap3zM

    Music provided by Jim Rhodes, with Dan Harris on lap steel.

    • 1 hr 19 min

Customer Reviews

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shayponsonby ,

Amazing learning tool

I love this approach on how to dialogue with people with different opinions and world views in a non confrontational way! 👏

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