How “Cultural Marxism” became the Far-Right’s Scapegoat

How “Cultural Marxism” became the Far-Right’s Scapegoat

Hey guys, today’s video is gonna be a bit different. Because it’s partially gonna be a game show. But the main focus lies on showing the connection between the extremely anti-Semitic conspiracy theory of Cultural Bolshevism propagated by the extreme Right in Weimar Germany, and the Cultural Marxism theory you often hear today. And yes, […]

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Ravi Zacharias: Postmodernism and Philosophy

When I looked at this subject matter: Postmodernism and Philosophy at one o’clock in the afternoon, I didn’t know if it was a test of your mental agility, my capacity to engender interest, or both. Especially since Chesterton said “Everyone’s world view changes dramatically thirty minutes after lunch.” So I don’t know what worldview you […]

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Somewhere To Belong: Jordan Peterson + Alienation | Very Important Docs¹²

Somewhere To Belong: Jordan Peterson + Alienation | Very Important Docs¹²

– Humans are a social species. And so are lobsters. Or not, I don’t know, I didn’t check. I’m a professor. Indeed we are unique individuals but we need other human beings to survive even if we don’t have a personality type that lends itself to physical interaction. Ah, you mean the big five personality […]

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Stephen Hicks – Explaining Postmodernism In 2018

Stephen Hicks – Explaining Postmodernism In 2018

[Music] good evening and welcome to Nevada I’ve been looking forward to for a very long time my apologies for that little thing over there I just can’t stand people like that – agent I’ll be your emcee for the night a founding partner of Capitol events and a veteran member of the UBC these […]

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David Foster Wallace – The Problem with Irony

the problem is i think post-modernism has to a large extent run its course David Foster Wallace is known for being one of the most influential writers in recent history before taking his own life in 2008 he decried the negative effects post-modernism had on his generation post-modernism is a very wide-ranging term used to […]

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Postmodernism Exposed – Chomsky, Peterson, Paglia & Hicks

Postmodernism Exposed – Chomsky, Peterson, Paglia & Hicks

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Jordan Peterson on Collectivism, Individualism and Western Civilization

Jordan Peterson on Collectivism, Individualism and Western Civilization

a group by definition is a collective cooperatively aiming at something it can’t be aimed at nothing because nothing cannot unite it only divides thus attacks on collective purpose because of its tendency to produce tribalism merely divide the politics of identity which emerge when the central purpose is criticized to destructively inevitably produce the […]

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Richard Rorty on Pragmatism

Richard Rorty on Pragmatism

If you call yourself a pragmatist philosopher, what do you mean? Pragmatists say we should stop thinking in Greek terms: Not think in terms of a distinction between appearance and reality, or between mind and body, or between intellect and sense. But think of ourselves in the wake of Darwin as what Nietzsche called clever […]

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Postmodernism, Neomarxism and Foucault | Camille Paglia & Jordan B Peterson

Postmodernism, Neomarxism and Foucault | Camille Paglia & Jordan B Peterson

tell me if you disagree with this okay because I’m a psychologist not a sociologist and so I’m dabbling in things that are outside of my field of expertise and there is some danger in that but the center the central postmodernist claim seems to me that because there’s a near infinite number of ways […]

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