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
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 weeks sees Luke and Steve discuss the core aims and successes of Leonard Peikoff's 1982 book 'The Ominous Parallels', giving a generalised review and commentary on the text. Listen in the YouTube module below, or on Apple Podcasts:
Dear Galtline readers (and now, listeners!), Our podcast, This Is John Galt Speaking, is now also available on our YouTube channel - we have shifted it over due to SoundCloud being limited to only three hours worth of content. You can find the channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLaCeaKW-_KBHanbXJx2P5A? 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.