In this solocast Evan offers out an addendum to our conversation with James Lindsay. In that discussion Evan mentioned that he feared that Postmodernism has become an empty boogeyman label for those on the left who nobody likes. In this episode he offers out an (admittedly biased) account of Postmodernism, and the thinkers and labels that fall under Postmodernism. Is it all as spooky as it’s made out to be? Is it dogmatic? What is it good for? Absolutely… something?! FInd out in this episode! Do you want to offer out a deconstructionist reading of this podcast? Shoot us an email at the email address on the About page, or hit us up on Twitter at @Church_andState, @EvanCMalone, and/or @Colin_Aulds respectively. As always, please direct any and all complaints to our complaint Twitter at: @JordanBPeterson.
In this episode we sit down and talk to Palestinian/Canadian activist Siham Al Ramani. We talk about the ethics of hijab bans, the limits of religious exemptions, and pick back up on the issue of vitamin-d deficiency as it relates to head-coverings. Where does social pressure end and the law begin when it comes to condemning bigotry? What’s up with hijabi women always starting punch-ups in restaurants? Can Colin build a religion around violating health codes? Find out the answers to all these questions and so much more! Do you have cute puppy pics for us? Send ’em our way by emailing us at the email address on the About page, or by hitting us up on Twitter at @Church_andState, @Colin_Aulds, and/or @EvanCMalone respectively. As always, please direct any and all complaints/hate mail to our mailing address at:
King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud
Office of His Majesty the King Royal Court
Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
In this episode we sat down with Yasmine Mohammed, ex-muslim activist and author. She co-hosts the podcast, Secular Jihadists, and has a memoir coming out called From Al Qaeda to Atheism. We discuss her life, the Islamic reform movement, immigration, and the veil. Should secularists support a moderate flat-Earth movement? Is the rise of rickets getting the attention it deserves? Can Daniel Day-Lewis save the world? Find out the answers to all these and other questions in this episode! Do you think 2x the skin is 2x the fun? Let us know by emailing us at the email address on the About page, or by hitting us up on Twitter at @Church_andState, @Colin_Aulds, and/or @EvanCMalone respectively. As always, please direct any and all complaints to our mailing address at:
The Flat Earth Society
222 S Peters Rd
Knoxville, TN 37923
In this episode, Colin submits an appeal to the humanists out there listening. What kind of society do we want to make? How far are we willing to go to make sure that society is protected? What should we (or will we) tolerate?
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In this Episode, Colin and Evan discuss the many aspects of feminism with documentarian, molecular-biologist, and self-described feminist Trisha Borowicz. Is the wage gap real, and if not, why do people keep talking about it? How can we have better conversations about touchy topics like feminism. What is the most accurate onomatopoeia? Do you an onomatopoeia find particularly accurate in its phonetics? Let us know by emailing us at email@example.com or tweeting us @Church_andState (or Colin and Evan at @Colin_Aulds and @EvanCMalone, respectively).
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You can find Trisha at the following:
Her film can be seen here.
And you can read her blog here.