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Ep. XXVIII: De-radicalization ft. Luis Fernando Mises

By Katy / November 14, 2019 / 0 Comments

How does one end up in a radical political ideology, what is the mindset like, and how does one get out of it? In Episode XXVIII, hosts Arielle and Katy, and special guest Luis Fernando Mises of Emancipated Human tell the stories of their radical pasts and how they became ideologically anarcho-communist (Arielle) and anarcho-capitalist/voluntaryist…

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Ep. XXVIII: De-radicalization ft. Luis Fernando Mises

By Katy / November 6, 2019 / 0 Comments

How does one end up in a radical political ideology, what is the mindset like, and how does one get out of it? In Episode XXVIII, hosts Arielle and Katy, and special guest Luis Fernando Mises of Emancipated Human tell the stories of their radical pasts and how they became ideologically anarcho-communist (Arielle) and anarcho-capitalist/voluntaryist…

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Ep. XVII: Why Economists Suck ft. Justin Longo

By Katy / October 29, 2019 / 0 Comments

They say money makes the world go round– and economics explains how. But despite our best efforts and most sophisticated model-making, most economic predictions end up being woefully inaccurate. The lesser-known Austrian School of Economics has a different take. Are governments and even nobel-prize winning economists making some basic errors, leading to crises like the…

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Ep. XXVI: Bitcoin, Cypherpunks, Anarchy, and Pokémon ft. Juan Galt

By Katy / October 22, 2019 / 0 Comments

Is Bitcoin the wave of the future, the tulip craze of today, a revolutionary force to weaken the state, or some combination of all three? The Multiversity Project’s Chris Guida and Katy Kelly are joined by entrepreneur, public speaker, and crypto journalist Juan Galt for a comprehensive discussion of cryptocurrency: the tech, the economics, the…

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Ep. XXV: Stoicism & Marcus Aurelius: Useful, Dated, or Dangerous?

By Katy / October 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

“Death and life, success and failure, pain and pleasure, wealth and poverty, all these happen to good and bad alike, and they are neither noble, nor shameful, neither good nor bad.” Meditations by Marcus Aurelius was written almost 2000 years ago, but it’s still a popular book among philosophically-inclined rulers. But is Meditations truly profound…

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