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So we had some different interpretations as to whether Can't Get You Out of My Head is art, history, documentary, art-history, history-documentary or art-documentary. In any case, it's one of the more interesting media artefacts of the year. Listen to this episode and our other bonus content on Patreon, at www.patreon.com/plasticpills…
 
Matt tricks the Pill Pod into reading analytic philosophy: "Personal Identity" by Derek Parfit (1971), who challenges intellectualist ideas of selfhood with thought experiments about splitting brains and sending your consciousness to Mars. Are you your soul, your memories, or nothing at all? Follow @PodPill and check out www.patreon.com/plasticpill…
 
The Pill Pod discusses the rage of elites: ANTI-INTELLECTUALISM. But that's not all! There's also the techno-material conditions for intellectuals, cocaine in coffee houses, and how the university itself has become an anti-intellectual institution.Listen to this episode and our other bonus audio/video content on Patreon, at www.patreon.com/plasticp…
 
Professor Dale Turner joins Matt and Victor to discuss Wittgenstein, 'ways of life', and their application to indigenous politics and treaty relationships in settler states. Turner is a political theorist at the University of Toronto and author of This is Not a Peace Pipe: Towards a Critical Indigenous Philosophy https://amzn.to/3fettog…
 
Spoiler warnings: That new DC film, Fight Club, Starship Troopers. This is a performative attempt to theorize the relationship between popular cultural, moral totems, and a libidinal economy. Follow @PodPill and check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to dose up on exclusive episodes and video content.…
 
The accusations fly again this week: Who's more crypto-normativist? Who has fewer implied premises? Who really has the moral high ground? Whence Nietzsche? Who even picked this episode topic anyway? Follow @PodPill and check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to dose up on exclusive episodes and video content.…
 
Doomscrolling, Cthulu, and Mark Fisher. Why's theory more cool when it's unhappy? We try to catheterize depressive tendencies and make happy based. Follow @PodPill and check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to dose up on exclusive episodes and video content.저자 PlasticPills
 
Was the Reichstag fire a false flag? Did the Nazis uncover secret alien technology in Antarctica? Was Trump a Fascist? The answers may shock you! The PillPod welcomes our first knight to the podcast, historian Richard J. Evans, author of the Third Reich Trilogy and the newly released The Hitler Conspiracies, available here: https://amzn.to/3azsMTP…
 
Matt interviews @Galen_Watts on liberal religion, i.e. those who identify as "spiritual but not religious," using the sociological method of Emile Durkheim. Listen to this episode and all of our other bonus content on Patreon, at www.patreon.com/plasticpills저자 PlasticPills
 
The PillPod's bubbling civil war over political theory finally boils over into full-blown conflict. @Plasticpills and @T8Erik face off against @MattPolProf and @VictorBruzzone, debating the value of liberalism. Follow @PodPill and check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to dose up on exclusive episodes and video content.…
 
Before we can get to the other stuff we like in 20th century philosophy, we have to go back to the synthesizer of modern philosophy, the philosopher's philosophy, Immanuel Kant, to lay some groundwork. This is our best attempt to liven up the very dry Critique of Pure Reason. Listen to this episode and all of our other bonus content on Patreon, at …
 
Our political half is joined by Jacobin Magazine founder Bhaskar Sunkara to talk socialist history, the Nordic Model, and what happens five minutes after capitalism ends—themes undertaken in Bhaskar's book, The Socialist Manifesto: The Case for Radical Politics in an Era of Extreme Inequality (https://amzn.to/36FlwTO)…
 
We get asked this question frequently, and the answer is NO, DON'T GO (or maybe do it). This episode is required listening before making a life-altering decision that you can quite easily change at any time. The Pill Pod is @plasticpills, @victorbruzzone, @mattpolprof, @t8erik. Check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to dose up on exclusive episodes…
 
Fascism, folk music, Bannon and Dugin: the Pill Pod's Matt and Victor interview Benjamin Teitelbaum, a scholar of contemporary European radical nationalism, to discuss his new book, War For Eternity (Find it at https://amzn.to/38QrC5q) Follow @PodPill @Victorbruzzone @Mattpolprof @BenTeitel for more work. Check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to s…
 
Ben Burgis joins the Pill Pod to discuss the divide between analytic and continental philosophy before analyzing the geneology of debatelordism from Richard Dawkins to Ben Shapiro to whatever is happening on Twitch. Find links to Ben's Give Them An Argument Podcast, YouTube Channel, and other work at benburgis.com. Check out our bonus audio and vid…
 
The Pill Pod is still off this week for mental recuperation, so please enjoy this unlock of one of our locked episodes: our fourfold discussion of Heidegger's Being and Time, his relationship to Husserl, existentialism, hermeneutics, and everything else concerning early Heidegger we could channel into being in fewer than 90 minutes. For more good t…
 
The Pill Pod is off this week for mental recuperation, so please enjoy this unlock of one of our episodes from back in the summer: a 5 course, two-hour-long discussion of Nietzsche, his significance to 20th century philosophy, our interpretations, and finally, the DANGER of his thought. For more good theory video and audio content, join the Patreon…
 
This is the first Pill Pod & Plasticpills co-release on the philosophy, cultural significance, and reception of Slavoj Zizek. Check out the video at www.youtube.com/c/plasticpills. Keep up with us on twitter! @plasticpills @mattpolprof @t8erik @victorbruzzone Join the Patreon for more theory audio and video content www.patreon.com/plasticpills…
 
Is the sky falling? The Pill Pod (@mattpolprof, @Victorbruzzone, @t8erik, @plasticpills) take down this top shelf topical episode considering CRISES: of capitalism, of the spectacle, of meaning and of ecology. Check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to support the Pill Pod and dose up on all our exclusive episodes.…
 
Join us for a relaxed topical episode discussing some of our local news, as well as the shifting place of "News" in the new media ecology, including its phenomenological effects on the embodied mind. We drop some Benjamin, McLuhan, and Merleau-Ponty, but this really serves as our collective detox of the last month or so. Chill vibes.…
 
Here is a preview of our second episode in the series on Cybernetics & Systems Theory, the rest of which will be up on the Patreon www.patreon.com/plasticpills. Otherwise, check back later in the week for more free content! Here's the main book link: https://amzn.to/3kldF1V저자 PlasticPills
 
Here's a new experiment! Pill Pod's Victor (@victorbruzzone) meets up with Michelle Charette (@michgenevievec) to co-host this interview with Professor Meredith Schwartz. They talk COVID and applied ethical philosophy. For more, check out Meredith's book The Ethics of Pandemics (https://amzn.to/34ODXoK)…
 
Pure theory. Join @plasticpills and @t8erik for an introduction to cybernetics and systems theory. Politics has tired us out so we are retreating to the high bastions of abstract thought--where we feel safe. The rest of this series, including the concepts of autopoiesis, feedback, and the perturbations of social media on our collective unconscious,…
 
The Pill Pod gets schooled by Jacobin associate editor, Shawn Gude on American socialism past and present. We talk intra-left spats, whether theorists have a purpose, and the urban/rural divide in the history of American and Canadian organized labour. Find Shawn's work here: https://www.jacobinmag.com/author/shawn-gude More of our various creations…
 
Today we are #blessed by the presence of OG Deleuze scholar and translator Charles Stivale, who is descending to impart his wisdom on Deleuze and "The Deleuze Seminars." The translated transcripts of these rare audio recordings offer an indispensable resource into the collaborative environment which spawned Deleuze (and Guattari's) works, and will …
 
Hey ya'll. Join us for a tour de Mark Fisher, as we read "Exiting the Vampire Castle" as well as Tankies' comments on Matt's article on liberal socialism. Check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to dose up on this and future exclusive episodes. Articles: Vampire Castle: https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/opendemocracyuk/exiting-vampire-castle Matt's a…
 
Victor (@victorbruzzone) and Matt (@mattpolprof) grill Igor (@ishoikhedbrod) on his bold new book, Revisiting Marx's Critique of Liberalism, which argues that liberal notions of justice and right are not only not inimical to Marx's political vision, but are necessary shared foundations for a Marxist project (it is said that tankies everywhere wept …
 
Returning to the Frankfurt School, the Pill Pod (@mattpolprof, @t8erik, @plasticpills) + guest SHALON, figure out a plan for using a few small Neo-Marxist books to stop the tsunami of popular music, film, art, and news. No problem! Find Shalon's blog and site at: https://www.shalonvantine.com/secondasfarce. Check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to…
 
The Pill Pod is joined by Professor Ronald Beiner, author of Dangerous Minds: Nietzsche, Heidegger, and the Return of the Far Right (Link: https://amzn.to/33JC7DR). According to Beiner, the intellectual left has too uncritically accepted Nietzsche and Heidegger, who are extolled by modern fascists, and thus we are compelled to engage more rigorousl…
 
Pour a coffee, or something stronger, because this is a special one: a 5 course, two-hour-long discussion of Nietzsche, his significance to 20th century philosophy, our interpretations, and finally, the DANGER of his thought. Check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to support the Pill Pod and dose up on this and future episodes.…
 
It's a political philosophy hour with @MattPolProf and @Victorbruzzone, who offer a leftist reading of John Rawls' concept of justice, and how it might be deployed in the organization of more equitable societies. Check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to support the Pill Pod and dose up on this and future episodes.…
 
Chris is back with Plastic Pills to talk about ontology and metaphysics, contrasting the "major philosophy" of substance metaphysics with the "minor philosophy" of process metaphysics and its significance to Deleuze and his canon of philosophy. Galaxy Brain. Check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to support the Pill Pod and dose up on this and futu…
 
It's Culture War Day as the Pill Pod suits up to read the second worst take on Marxism ever, evidently served up to quell the debilitating anxiety of both conservative boomers and very-high-IQ 20-year-olds. From Quillette we read "The Challenge of Marxism" (https://quillette.com/2020/08/16/the-challenge-of-marxism/), which is at least as erroneous …
 
If you've heard of Kojeve, Sartre, Merleau-Ponty, Althusser, Lacan, or Zizek, you have heard some version of the dialectic of recognition. No surprise, it originates with Hegel. We have Borna back with us again to guide us through the Phenomenology of Spirit and beyond. Check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to support the Pill Pod and dose up on t…
 
Our colleague BORNA joins @mattpolprof, @t8erik, @plasticpills to attempt the impossible: explain Hegel's politics of the State. Is Hegel the bad Walmart of philosophy? Or may his ethics yet have emancipatory potential for left-minded thought? We sometimes offer definitive answers and even evidence in accordance with the historical development of o…
 
@Plasticpills, Matt McManus, Erik, and Marion offer a rundown of what we consider the most important concepts of Foucault's thought and doubles as an introduction if you're rusty. Check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to support the Pill Pod and dose up on this and future episodes.저자 PlasticPills
 
@Mattpolprof, @plasticpills, @victorbruzzone, @t8erik and guest, Marion, take an open approach to understand two words: State and Power. We pretty much end up just discussing Foucault for an hour and half. Check out www.patreon.com/plasticpills to support the Pill Pod and dose up on all future episodes.…
 
The party (@Mattpolprof, @plasticpills, and @victorbruzzone) discusses the fearsome cancel culture, the opposition fantasies of wokists and anti-wokists, and have a first read of the literati's Harper's letter. Check out Patreon to support the Pill Pod and dose up on all future episodes저자 PlasticPills
 
PlasticPills and Chris sit down with Ian Buchanan, founder and editor-in-chief of the Deleuze and Guattari Studies Journal. In Part 2 we discuss the work of Deleuze and Guattari's notion "deterritorialization" with respect to racism, their concept of 'The Refrain' from Thousand Plateaus, and Ian stokes some philosophy drama between Deleuze, Alain B…
 
PlasticPills and Chris sit down with Ian Buchanan, founder and editor-in-chief of the Deleuze and Guattari Studies Journal. In Part 1 we discuss the work of Deleuze and Guattari, the relationship of their work to that of Foucault, and consider their extrapolation of Desire and the State. Ian's new book, Assemblage Theory and Method, hits shelves Se…
 
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