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I discuss St. Augustine, René Girard, Austin updates, closing my Patreon, and Bitcoin maximalism.
Wolf Tivy is Editor-in-Chief of Palladium Magazine.
I discuss getting vaxxed, the future of Chat for God, and reply to Luke Smith.
Nina Power is a British philosopher. She teaches an online course about Ivan Illich at https://IllichCourse.com.
Discussing AI, crypto, and marriage with friends while microdosing.
Interview with Bitcoin Sign Guy Christian Langalis.
Is Satanism going mainstream, or is it angelicism in disguise?
The best single stop for all things René Girard: Rivalry, Resentment, Conversion, the Founding Murder, the Scapegoat, Sacrifice, Myth, and Christianity, with NYU lecturer Geoff Shullenberger (@daily_barbarian).
We discuss Eric Weinstein's new paper on Geometric Unity
Samo Burja is an independent researcher. We discuss his ideas on Great Founder Theory and intellectual legitimacy, and he explains the business model he's built to support their development.
We discuss the current state of Urbit and how it could win as a solution for creators
I analyze the NFT phenomena, Papa John's N-word habit, and the British royals who defected to be content creators.
A Gen-Z edgelord e-girl teaches how you, too, can become a sigma-male podcaster BF
We react to schizo TikTok simps and Eric Weinstein's paranoia
Reacting to some material gathered by intern Ben, live from my home in Austin
Mike Elias is a theorist and writer who recently founded IdeaMarket.io—a stock market for pricing public intellectuals.
I discuss my deal with Ben to give him $5k if my Youtube subscribers double in next 3 months—and answer other audience questions.
I reflect on the courses I'm building with my newest lecturer, John David Ebert (whose Jung course is now open for enrollment).
Barrett from the Contain podcast just moved to Austin too—we talk about quirked up shawties and normie bug ontology so don't listen if you only like my serious podcasts.
This week was one of the craziest weeks in the history of American finance. Jacob explains the whole story of how the Reddit community Wallstreetbets is tanking a prestigious Wall Street hedge fund.
I discuss my recent move to Austin TX, chaos at the Capitol, and the parallels between Bitcoin and Christianity with Jacob (@cryptochamomile).
This is a warm-up for an 8-week course on Carl Jung, starting on February 20th.
Dryden Brown is building a new kind of city, from the cloud, in a style he calls hero-futurism.
Probably the best single podcast on the ideas of Leo Strauss. A warmup for Michael's 8-week course starting January 23.
I discuss my theory of reality forking with two tech entrepreneurs who specialize in community business models.
What percentage of my net worth is in crypto? Is the future of academia on Youtube, or where? Would I cut ties with Patreon? Do I consider myself uncensorable? What is the value of my brand? Where is it heading? Why am I launching a social token? Where do I locate myself in relation to other professionals becoming indie creators, like journalists going to Substack?
Tom Kaczynski is a successful indie thinker in a most challenging niche: Philosophy comics. Over 10 years, Tom K. has built an impressive little empire as an independent illustrator, teacher, and publisher. In this podcast, he teaches us how he did it.
After all the scams of the 2017 ICO craze, there's a new wave of genuine creators and communities creating serious value with social currencies. Bradley Miles is the CEO of a startup called Roll, which facilitates this process for creators.
We discuss the rise of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in the creator economy and our idea to mint NFTs for other kinds of media, like podcasts.
We're launching our Deleuze vs. Heidegger seminar, starting this Sunday, November 22. Download the reading list: otherlife.co/deleuze-vs-heidegger
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