Embrace The Void

Welcome friends, to a podcast for a darker timeline. Maybe the darkest of all timelines. Definitely not one of the good timelines. Maybe it’s always been a dark timeline, maybe the Hadron collider screwed us over. Science may never know. What we do know is that we live in the void. The void, a place where a chittering mass of void crabs can infest a person suit and win the presidency. The void, a place where we're just clever enough to know that climate change is happening, but not quite clever enough to do anything about it. The void seems terrible and cruel, but it loves you, in its own ironic way.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h5m. Bisher sind 292 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

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Debating Moral Realism with Chris Kavanagh


My guest this week is Chris Kavanagh, cohost of Decoding the Gurus and a cognitive anthropologist working at the psychology department at Rikkyo university in Japan. I have him on to discuss a recent episode of theirs about metaethics and debate the case for moral realism. Plus we talk about their recent free will episode in the VIP segment. Enjoy! Decoding the Gurus: https://decoding-the-gurus.captivate.fm/ Music by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pods: Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosophy.libsyn...


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Camp Omni with Megan Pike


My guest this week is Megan Pike, director of Camp Omni, formerly Camp West. Megan is a lifetime educator and camp participant. We discuss Camp Omni's developing focus and how the camping world in general is adapting, as well as some pedagogical nerdery. Enjoy! Camp Omni: https://www.campomni.org/ Music by GW Rodriguez The Paradox of Secularism: https://nyupress.org/9781479809523/the-secular-paradox/ Sibling Pods: Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosophy.libsyn.com/ Support us at Patreon...


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episode 280: The Secular Paradox with Joseph Blankholm


My guest this week is Joseph Blankholm, a religious studies scholar and associate professor at UC Santa Barbara. We discuss his recent book The Secular Paradox, where he unpacks several internal conflicts facing secular community organizers. We get into the nature of religion, the secular mindset, and how movement secularism might be able to grow past this seeming paradox. Music by GW Rodriguez The Paradox of Secularism: https://nyupress...


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 January 25, 2024  1h3m
 
 

episode 279: Warhammer 40k and Gamergate with Danny Fortuna


My guest this week is Danny Fortuna, a Warhammer 40k lore master and founder of the Facebook group Warhammer Heresyposting. Danny founded the group as a space for anti-woke 40k fans after he was banned from several other groups over debates around female space marines and other identity politics issues. We discuss whether 40k is satire, whether female space marines are compatible with 40k lore, whether the lore should change if they're not, and the argument around "go woke, go broke"...


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 December 30, 2023  1h41m
 
 

Conspiratorial Thinking and Just World Belief with MRX Dentith


My returning guest is M.R.X Dentith, a philosophy professor at BNUZH’s Center for international philosophy, with a focus on conspiracy theories, secrecy, and fake news. They’re also cohost of the podcaster’s guide to the conspiracy and recently published a spicy article called “I know it when I see it”- Motivating examples in the social psychology of conspiracy theory theory...


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 December 20, 2023  n/a
 
 

AI in Medicine with Bryce Eakin


My guest this week is Bryce Eakin, an AI engineer currently working in the area medical ethics. We discuss the potential risks and benefits of AI in various parts of the medical process and where this technology is likely headed in the next few years. Music by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pods: Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosophy.libsyn.com/ Filmed Live Musicals Pod: https://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/thepodcast.html Support us at Patreon...


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 November 10, 2023  1h3m
 
 

Embracing the Manosphere with Debbie Ging


My guest this week is Dr. Debbie Ging, Professor of Digital Media and Gender in the School of Communications at Dublin City University. Dr. Ging teaches and researches on gender, sexuality and digital media, with a focus on digital hate, online anti-feminist men's rights politics, incel subculture and the radicalisation of boys and men into male supremacist ideologies...


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 October 20, 2023  46m
 
 

episode 275: Professional Surrogacy with Barbie Dangond


My guest this week is Barbie , co-founder of Lift Life Travel and a professional gestational surrogate. We discuss her motivation for helping women experience travel and many parts of the ethics surrounding surrogacy. Convocation: Nietzsche Lift Life Travel: https://www.liftlifetravel.com/?fbclid=IwAR3SjFa7P0x1V-sLMNiVSmjapGMNQFWyrQh-V7WqZU3WR73xps3hsgrfH4A Music by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pods: Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosophy.libsyn.com/ Filmed Live Musicals Pod: https://www...


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 September 28, 2023  1h3m
 
 

episode 274: Triangle Freethought Society with Matthew Krevat


My guest this week is Matthew Krevat, a secular and skeptical organizer with Triangle Freethought Society. We discuss his experiences with local organizing and trying to balance the interests of skeptics and atheists within a single group. Convocation: Schomburg Triangle Freethought Website: https://www.trianglefreethought.org/ Matt's podcast: https://www.youtube.com/@TalkingAboutTheBigStuff Music by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pods: Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosophy.libsyn...


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 September 8, 2023  1h11m
 
 

Possible Worlds and Other Stories with Rachel Handley


My guest this week is Rachel Handley, a teaching fellow in philosophy at Trinity college Dublin, and author of a recent collection of sci-fi short stories entitled Possible Worlds and Other Stories. The book is a fun exercise in multiverse building that scratches that meta-itch a lot of us have, but it also has some lovely touching human moments...


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 August 9, 2023  4m