This week, Luke and Steve discuss developments in Korea and give some thoughts around the application of Ayn Rand's 1964 essay 'Is Atlas Shrugging?'. View in the YouTube module below, on YouTube or listen with Apple Podcasts. Subscribe here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/this-is-john-galt-speaking/id1378102900?mt=2 Cover image by Sean P Anderson @ Flickr.com: https://www.flickr.com/photos/seanpanderson/33459722052 .
This week Luke and Steve give some Objectivist takes on recent Twitter activity of Kanye West, discuss campus events and give a look to recent events regarding Syria. Listen on YouTube or in the module below: Image courtesy of Kenny Sun on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kennyysun/8121526140
This week Luke and Steve discuss the Mark Zuckerberg hearing before unpacking some ideas about the Objectivist ethics. Link and embedded video below - happy listening!
This week Luke is joined by Razi Ginzberg, Director of the Ayn Rand Centre - the UK's foremost entity in promoting Objectivism. The interview explores the origins and the work of the ARC. Also, Luke and Razi inevitably turn some attentions to Brexit and the state of the British political scene in 2018. [Intro and … Continue reading This Is John Galt Speaking #3: with Razi Ginzberg, Director of the Ayn Rand Centre
Luke and Steve discuss the Count Dankula court-case, give an insight into the Objectivist Epistemology and discuss how the two are interlinked - how a rejection of reality itself is integral in society's main issues. Listen below, or on our Soundcloud site.
Luke is joined by Steve Bracken to discuss a multitude of topics in the first edition of our podcast, This Is John Galt Speaking. Feel free to listen below in the embedded module, or on Soundcloud:
Luke visited Freemason's Hall in London to gain a greater understanding of Freemasonry's place in the modern cultural environment. Freemasonry is a practice that pre-dates modern civilisation. As can often prove useful when tracing origins, we can break the word into its two constituent parts for clarity. Masonry, as a craft of distinguished skill, was … Continue reading Freemasonry’s new culture of openness