For an age arrested by an oppressor versus victim binary, the new sacrality is resistance itself. The tyrant above, real in some ways and imagined in others, has become the scapegoat and a means to fill the gap left in the relatively empty post-modern soul. The barometer of virtue, then, is no longer constituted by … Continue reading Lost property of the soul
In this video, Luke interviews Dr. Ashley Frawley, author of 'Semiotics of Happiness: rhetorical beginnings of a public problem'. They discuss, amongst other topics, happiness, Marx and progress. Pre-order Dr. Frawley's upcoming book, 'Significant Emotions: Rhetoric and Social Problems in a Vulnerable Age' on Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Significant-... Dr. Frawley on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AshleyAFrawley Check out the interview … Continue reading Happiness, Marx and progress with Dr. Ashley Frawley
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 this special episode of This Is John Galt Speaking, Luke interviews sociology and criminology professor Dr Nikos Sotirakopoulos about his book 'The Rise of Lifestyle Activism, from New Left to Occupy'. The conversation includes an exploration of the ideological patterns of the old left and the new left, philosophical and political concepts and Dr … Continue reading This Is John Galt Speaking #15: in conversation with Dr Nikos Sotirakopoulos
In this episode Luke discusses the meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un before giving a discussion on alcohol and drugs.
This week, Luke gives commentary on Ireland repealing its eighth amendment, the 70th birthday of the NHS, Trump's barmy tariffs and some Objectivist takes on friendships and relationships.
This week Steve provides an update on the situation in Israel/Palestine. Then, Luke and Steve give analysis of new trends in the 'Intellectual Dark Web' and how the premises of the Anti-SJW's sometimes collides with those of the SJW's. Watch in the embedded video below, or subscribe on Apple Podcasts:
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
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