#1221 – Jonathan Haidt The Joe Rogan Experience

Fantastic, insightful, sensible discussion of the good intentions and terrible ideas plaguing our universities and public discourse. Haidt is always illuminating.

#1221 – Jonathan Haidt

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Jonathan Haidt is a social psychologist and Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York University’s Stern School of Business. He’s also the author of books such as “The Happiness Hypothesis” and “The Coddling of the American Mind”.

#1216 – Sir Roger Penrose The Joe Rogan Experience

I don’t know how to describe the discussion but you have a materialist appearing to poke holes in the mechanistic arguments of consciousness. Absolutely no woo.

#1216 – Sir Roger Penrose

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Sir Roger Penrose OM FRS is an English mathematical physicist, mathematician and philosopher of science. He is Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics in the University of Oxford and Emeritus Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford.

Article: Why Third Wave Anti-Racism is a Dead End

John McWhorter and I are not on the same page in a number of areas but he clearly nails it here. The one-to-one relationship that this third wave antiracism has to religion is clearly shown and discussed as are the actual implications of encouraging people to be fragile. There is a related podcast which I have not yet listened to (I need to get isolating or noise cancelling headphones for the plane) but given the excellent discussions they have had previously I’m willing to recommend it.

This is a very kind, generous, and rigorous article.

The article:

The Virtue Signalers Won’t Change the World:Why Third wave anti-racism is a dead end

The Podcast:

What is Third-Wave Antiracism? (Glenn Loury & John McWhorter)

A Bishop and a Rabbi Discuss Religion, the Enlightenment, and Finding Meaning The Rubin Report

A bishop, a rabbi, and a talk show host walk into a bar. . . A great discussion about the enlightenment’s etiology and contrasting aspects of Christianity and Judaism.

A Bishop and a Rabbi Discuss Religion, the Enlightenment, and Finding Meaning

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Bishop Robert Barron and Rabbi David Wolpe join Dave to have a discussion about religion, the enlightenment, their agreements and disagreements, and more.

#1214 – Lawrence Lessig The Joe Rogan Experience

An interesting discussion of our nation’s corruption. Lessig sounds like a hardcore liberal who is unaware of his bias yet is still a great source of information and seems to strive to serve results over ideology.

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Lawrence Lessig is an academic, attorney, and political activist. He is the Roy L. Furman Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and the former director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University.

Sunday Special Ep 31: Bishop Robert Barron The Ben Shapiro Show

I’d like to discuss his idea of the universal church needing to be governed by the Pope but it was a fascinating and edifying conversation. I learned a lot.

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Bishop Robert Barron joins me to discuss the best response to sex scandals in the Catholic Church, his possible concerns with the rise of Protestantism, and we seek to answer the age-old question: Who gets to go to heaven? Date: 12-16-2018

Craig Frisby & Joshua D. Phillips on Cultural Competence Training: Half Hour of Heterodoxy #41

This is more of a taster than a discussion but it is on point. Critical thinking is so refreshing!

Half Hour of Heterodoxy

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My guests on today’s episode are Craig Frisby and Joshua D. Phillips.

Craig Frisby is co-editor, with William O’Donohue, of a new book, Cultural Competence in Applied Psychology: An Evaluation of Current Status and Future Directions.  The book takes a critical look at what professionals in the fields of clinical psychology, counseling psychology, school psychology refer to as cultural competence, also referred to as cultural sensitivity or multicultural competence. Josh Phillips is the author of a chapter in the book titled The Culture of Poverty: On Individual Choices and Infantilizing Bureaucracies.

Sean Stevens, our research director, has a chapter in the book titled Cultural Competence: A Form of Stereotype Rationality. The chapter is coauthored with Lee Jussim (Rutgers), Lillian Stevens (NYU), and Stephanie Anglin (Carnegie Mellon).

Craig Frisby is a professor in the college of education at the University of Missouri, and author of Meeting the Psychoeducational Needs of Minority Students. Josh Phillips’s background is in rhetoric and communications, and he is author of Homeless: Narratives from the Streets. He’s a professor in the Communication Arts and Sciences department at Penn State Brandywine.

Timeline

1:07 Multicultural competence is an impressionistic term

7:30 How should students be introduced to cultural competence?

12:18 Josh’s “controversial” research on poverty and homelessness

18:20 Too much attention to race without class

21:30 No attention to individual traits and human universals

27:40 The template of victims and victimizers

32:00 Evidence of student self-censoring unorthodox opinions

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Race, Nationalism, and Marijuana (Glenn Loury & Matt Ward)

How should gay Christians express their sexuality? David Bennett & Justin Lee – Unbelievable?

This episode will not be likely to interest you if you are not a Christian, or at least participate in a religion.

This is where the discussion needs to start.

How should gay Christians express their sexuality? David Bennett & Justin Lee

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In his new book ‘A War Of Loves’, David Bennett tells his story of being an atheist gay activist who experienced a dramatic conversion to Christianity.

David still identifies as gay but lives a celibate lifestyle, holding to traditional Christian sexual ethics. He engages with Justin Lee, author of ‘Torn: Rescuing the Gospel from the Gay vs Christian debate’, who affirms faithful same-sex relationships.

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