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.
Sociology is a complicated topic. As we said when we went public with the Grievance Studies Affair, and as we have come to understand even better since, it's best to think of grievance studies as a kind of infection.
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.
I feel I haven't done an adequate job explaining to people that what the Critical Social Justice scholars and activists have been building isn't a new intellectual order, it's a new alternative moral order.
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.