Tag: polarisation

Chatter #245 – Adam B. Coleman on Tribalism, Censorship and Critical Theory In Schools

Adam Coleman is an author and the founder of Wrong Speak Publishing. Adam was born in Detroit but raised in a variety of states throughout America. In this discussion, we talked about free speech, the problems of tribalism and censorship, as well as the difficult issue of critical theory in schools. He writes…

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Chatter #228 – Otto English on Creeping Authoritarianism and Extreme Polarisation In UK Politics

There have been several disparate but converging forces operating within the UK over the past few years – a creeping authoritarianism, increasing polarisation and politicisation, and the pandemic and all it’s associated problems. The issue for me is that too often the first two are dismissed as irrelevant due to the pandemic, when…

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Chatter #115 – Oli Dugmore on Memes, Journalism, and the Influence of Social Media on Politics

Oli Dugmore, head of News and Politics at Joe Politics, was my guest on today’s show. In this conversation we went deep on the power of the meme, the GameStop saga, and the power of social media to influence politics. We also covered a number of issues that I cover in my book,…

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Chatter Episode 11 – Luke Pollard On The Philosophy Of Life, Rick and Morty, and Game of Thrones

Philosophical YouTuber Luke Pollard of The Cogito was our guest on today’s show. We got to cover the philosophy of life, death, political polarisation, mass incarceration, mass surveillance, as well as Rick and Morty and Game of Thrones (SPOILERS). SPONSORS Beer52 £10 Off Win A £500 Amazon Voucher Earn Money From YouGov Surveys…

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