I want to explain Critical Race Theory to you. I just want to help you understand it, so I sat down with my microphone and no real plan except to talk through the claims, history, and thought of Critical Race Theory, highlighting where it came from and why it's a terrible way to think about race and racism, in its own ideas.
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 as he sits down with Jon Gower of Near Dark Radio to talk about the controversial French postmodern philosopher Michel Foucault and whether his thought and legacy can be recovered from its clear adaptations and exploitation by the Critical Social Justice movement.
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”).
James Lindsay joins Obaid Omer and the Dangerous Speech podcast to discuss New Discourses, Critical Social Justice and its use of language, postmodernism as it shows in parts of today's conservatism, his latest and forthcoming books, and more.
James lindsay takes a few minutes to dig deeply into the mindset of Critical Social Justice to explain exactly why its proponents are so reluctant to be seen applying their work in administrative and educational spheres.