A philosopher with a love for comedy and a comedian with a love for philosophy join forces for The Fundamentalists. A podcast about living well, that’s fun, mental, and if you don’t listen to it, you’ll burn in Hell.
This week the boys talk about freedom, stoicism, neurosis, and the mysterious Big Other.
This week the boys explore why we often try to surround ourselves with people who think like us, and discuss the idea that our real fear of others isn’t to do with them being different from us, but rather that they might expose our own difference to ourselves.
This week The Fundamentalists take on the philosophical notion of The Gaze and use it to help analyze the fundamental conflict that exists between the Republican and Democratic experiences of the world.
Today the boys talk about something they’ve been said to be experts in… Ignorance. Along the way, they talk about the difference between standard ignorance, willful ignorance, and learned ignorance.
Hot on the heels of last week's discussion of Socialism, Peter and Elliott tackle another increasingly used political term... Fascism. Looking at it in its political, philosophical, and psychological dimensions, they aim to give a broad definition of the term as something more substantive than ‘someone I don’t like’.
Who’s Afraid of Socialism? The word ‘Socialism’ is being used a lot these days, so this week we discuss what it actually means. Along the way we talk about Marxism, Capitalism and the End of History
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Listening to this podcast is like having a relaxing, intellectual discussion with friends over coffee and getting my mind blown. Elliot keeps it chill and fun while the dynamic duo tackles complex, challenging, and often controversial subjects. Peter has great insights and excels at explaining ideas and vocabulary in a way anyone could understand while still keeping it relevant and nuanced. If you want to learn something new and have your ideas challenged (in a constructive, non combative environment), then give this a listen.