The following is an article by Elliot Hill, contributor to The Galtline. Many today see government as a weapon to wield against others in society to get what they need, this comes from the fact that our freedom isn’t guaranteed and the view of man that says he doesn’t deserve or require freedom, what is … Continue reading What Freedom Requires
In this episode, Luke and Steve consider education; touching on some of the problems it has, problems it faces, and a little bit of what could be done to make it better. They do this while reflecting on their own (recent) experience of being educated in the UK. Listen in the embedded module below, on … Continue reading This Is John Galt Speaking #20: On the philosophy of education
In this week's episode Luke and Steve discuss the scandal of Phillip Green, look at Chancellor Phillip Hammond's new Budget and - in a spooky Halloween addition - discuss witches. This is with a broader consideration of what a 'public' is, and how the idea of one could be useful, if at all. Listen on … Continue reading This Is John Galt Speaking #18: Green scandal, the Budget and witches
In this episode Luke and Steve discuss more academic corruption RE. climate change reports, taxation and the new budget due to be delivered by Phillip Hammond at the end of this month... and more! The integrating theme for this episode is: authority. Listen in the embedded YouTube module below, or on Apple Podcasts!
In the first episode back from a long summer, Luke and Steve address the hottest current affairs - integrating them philosophically by theme. Listen in the module below, on YouTube or on Apple Podcasts!
It has been the object of debate for centuries, it has been the subject of philosophical tomes for that time too and it is an essential driving component of political systems. A use, or misuse, of the term has played a major part in telling history; and will play a major part in mapping the … Continue reading Rights have been embezzled
In this special episode of This Is John Galt Speaking, Luke discusses recovery, flow, positive psychology and trauma with Josh Dickson - as well as the place of psychology in Objectivism.Watch in the embedded module below, on YouTube or on Apple Podcasts!
In this episode, Luke discusses Brexit crunch time and offers an introductory conversation on defending normative ethics. Please note that this episode was recorded on Sunday 8th, and therefore omits the recent cabinet resignations; exciting as they were!Watch in the module below, on YouTube or on Apple Podcasts!
In this episode, Luke discusses the proposed third runway at Heathrow airport, cannabis legalisation and Ayn Rand's 1965 essay 'The Psycho-Epistemology of Art'. Special thanks goes to Theo van Oostrom for the permission to use his painting 'A Tribute to Atlas' as the header image for this page. You can find his work here: http://www.vanoostromfineart.com/ . … Continue reading This Is John Galt Speaking #11: Heathrow runway, legalisation and ‘The Psycho-Epistemology of Art’
In this episode Luke discusses the meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un before giving a discussion on alcohol and drugs.