Helen Pluckrose develops the definition of "Social Justice" as it is used in the academic literature in this tradition, explains its connections to identity politics and the political correctness movement, and then shows the relevance of the original postmodernists to this Theory in some detail.
New Discourses founder James Lindsay sits down with Matthew Garnier, host of the InTerminable podcast, to discuss the roots and relevance of the corruption of scholarship in the Critical Social Justice academic literature.
James Lindsay joins High Society Radio to discuss what has transpired in all the time since he and Peter Boghossian published their first (mostly unsuccessful) attempt at a hoax paper on gender studies: “The Conceptual Penis as a Social Construct,” in early summer 2017.
Join James Lindsay and Michael O'Fallon as they sit down to try to shed light on the ins and outs of 'health equity' so that you can be as informed as possible as the public conversation on the issue develops.
On this episode of the Thinking Out Loud Podcast, James Lindsay joins host Vincent Freeman and two other guests, Bruce and Sara, to discuss the mindsets and ideologies of Critical Social Justice and the radical anarchy activist group Antifa (putatively: “anti-fascist”).
New Discourses convened in October of 2019 in the National Liberal Club of London for a day-long conference titled Speaking Truth to Social Justice. There, Portland State University philosophy professor Peter Boghossian gave a rousing talk about the need to “speak truth in the face of danger,” parrhesia, as the Ancient Greeks called it, as this applies to Critical Social Justice.
We're used to talks being given by some invited luminary to a crowd who, at the end, gets to ask questions. At Portland State University, philosophy professor Peter Boghossian recently turned this structure on its head.