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Everything I don't get to talk about in normal life. Recurring themes include political science, ideology and the culture wars, media and technology, religion, philosophy, and the personal. By political scientist Justin Murphy.

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    • 4.3, 45 Ratings

Everything I don't get to talk about in normal life. Recurring themes include political science, ideology and the culture wars, media and technology, religion, philosophy, and the personal. By political scientist Justin Murphy.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

iheartmusic878 ,

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I’m giving four stars because I really don’t wanna mess up your great rating too much. I gave it four stars because you seem like a GREAT listener and that should be highly valued in podcasts. You’re not interrupting and you’re asking great questions and you seem really inquisitive which I love. The only thing that slightly bothers me in there seems to be a great deal more men than women that you speak to me. I’m not sure why this bothers me so much, I just value women so much and love hearing their perspective on things and I really don’t care if this angers or offends anyone! It’s just my review and I’m only saying it because you seem like someone who’s interested in a VAST variety of subjects so this podcast could be so informative. It’s just a personal thing for me where I find it hard to listen or take a lot from a lot of men. I don’t think men are dumb or anything I just highly value women and I want to hear from them. Women are very smart.

Vic Vinegaro ,

Eclectic, intelligent, enjoyably casual

One of the few politico-philosophical-podcasters who is genuinely (almost dogmatically) open-minded, with a guest-list to prove it. His academic background gives a self-assuredness: Never a ‘yes-man’ to guests, nor are his personal values vague or inconsistent, despite the wide range of subjects and guests.

He’s the real deal. each podcast feels like a call to action and artistry.

He is also a filthy thief who exploits the self-checkouts and uses a bunch of ethical jargon and anti-automation sentiments to rationalize his naughtiness—but nobody is perfect.

xcxc ,

Continues to improve

Justin’s podcast is steadily improving. I appreciate that he releases most of his content free of charge. Each episode is both intellectually stimulating and spiritually grounding.

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