Join James Lindsay in this episode of the New Discourses podcast to learn about the long history of unreason in Wokeness and even its all-out rejection of the notion that anyone or any position at all can be reasonable in any meaningful sense.
In this episode of the New Discourses Podcast, James Lindsay takes this jargon-heavy plan and reads through it, breaking it down so that people outside of the inner circle of UT Austin's diversicracy can make sense of what these plans entail.
In this episode of my subscribers-only podcast, James Lindsay OnlySubs, I discuss why I think this movement, while often insightful about the Woke problem, does not represent an appropriate response to that problem but, instead, an overreaction that very well may flip the car.
In this episode of the New Discourses podcast, join James Lindsay for a detailed discussion of the crisis of authenticity at the heart of the Woke project and its predecessors as well as a discussion of what it means to approach authenticity for yourself.
In this episode of my subscribers-only podcast, James Lindsay OnlySubs, I walk you through the idea of how the Woke ideology tries to frame creating equalizing outcomes as though it's about equalizing access.
On this episode of the New Discourses Podcast, James Lindsay gives an example of how a contemporary police abolitionist activist has made almost exactly this same argument perfectly explicitly and walks you through how you can spot it for what it is.
In this episode of my subscribers-only podcast, James Lindsay OnlySubs, I touch on Andrew Doyle's book and then dive into a discussion of the four aspects of freedom of speech that are crucial to a robust understanding of the concept (and also how Wokeness rejects all of them).
What is the end-game of the Woke ideology? It's a hard question to answer, mostly because it's hard to tell where it will stop, but a proximate answer to that question is easy and needs to be understood.
Join James in this episode of the New Discourses podcast, wherein he discusses why these are the right values as well as why we should hold the narrow way against other competitors in the space that will not produce results as good, including both the Very Smart "respectability" (blue pill) approach and the relatively hopeless "post-liberal" or "neoreactionary" approach (black pill, mostly).
In this episode of James Lindsay OnlySubs, my subscribers-only podcast, I talk about demoralization and give some ideas of things you can do to resist its exhausting and depressing effects. Join me in not giving up!
If you have ever wondered about the backstory of the creation of the "Feminist Mein Kampf" paper really was, including why its authors did it, you won't want to miss this long-form discussion and rare response to yet another underinformed critic of Lindsay, Boghossian, and Pluckrose's work.