54 min

Populism and “The Worst of Both Worlds‪”‬ The Secular Foxhole

    • Philosophy

Today with returning guest Robert Tracinski who is here discussing his two recent articles on populism and illiberalism.
At the end of the show, Martin is giving a shout-out to fellow podcaster, McIntosh of Generational Wealth with Cryptocurrency podcast, for his support and boostagram with Satoshis (bits of Bitcoin).
Why do you think that populism is popular nowadays? Download a new podcast app, e.g., Fountain and Podverse, and create a clip of this episode.
Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) The Secular Foxhole Town Hall. Feel free to introduce yourself to the other members, discuss the different episodes, give us constructive feedback, or check out the virtual room, Speakers' Corner, and step up on the digital soapbox. Welcome to our new place in cyberspace!
Show notes with links to articles, blog posts, products and services:
Do the Populists Have a Point? - DiscourseThere Is a Name for Meloni’s Blend of Socialism and Nationalism - The UnPopulistPopulists in Europe – especially those on the right – have increased their vote shares in recent elections - Pew Research CenterRadical right-wing parties in Europe What’s populism got to do with it? by Jens Rydgren - John Benjamins e-PlatformTwo Big Trends - The Tracinski LetterThe Illiberal SynthesisJawboning - WikipediaThe Neo-Classical LiberalGenerational Wealth with Cryptocurrency Podcast
Episode 59 (54 minutes) was recorded at 2030 Central European Time, on October 27, 2022, with Ringr app.. Martin did the editing and post-production with the podcast maker, Alitu. The transcript is generated by Alitu.
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Today with returning guest Robert Tracinski who is here discussing his two recent articles on populism and illiberalism.
At the end of the show, Martin is giving a shout-out to fellow podcaster, McIntosh of Generational Wealth with Cryptocurrency podcast, for his support and boostagram with Satoshis (bits of Bitcoin).
Why do you think that populism is popular nowadays? Download a new podcast app, e.g., Fountain and Podverse, and create a clip of this episode.
Call-to-Action: After you have listened to this episode, add your $0.02 (two cents) to the conversation, by joining (for free) The Secular Foxhole Town Hall. Feel free to introduce yourself to the other members, discuss the different episodes, give us constructive feedback, or check out the virtual room, Speakers' Corner, and step up on the digital soapbox. Welcome to our new place in cyberspace!
Show notes with links to articles, blog posts, products and services:
Do the Populists Have a Point? - DiscourseThere Is a Name for Meloni’s Blend of Socialism and Nationalism - The UnPopulistPopulists in Europe – especially those on the right – have increased their vote shares in recent elections - Pew Research CenterRadical right-wing parties in Europe What’s populism got to do with it? by Jens Rydgren - John Benjamins e-PlatformTwo Big Trends - The Tracinski LetterThe Illiberal SynthesisJawboning - WikipediaThe Neo-Classical LiberalGenerational Wealth with Cryptocurrency Podcast
Episode 59 (54 minutes) was recorded at 2030 Central European Time, on October 27, 2022, with Ringr app.. Martin did the editing and post-production with the podcast maker, Alitu. The transcript is generated by Alitu.
a href="https://the-secular-foxhole.captivate.fm/listen"...

54 min