Posted:Dec 31, 2018
- Dan’s essay, “Middle Aged Punk”
- John’s punk links, below:
- The Stooges, “I wanna be your dog”
- The Velvet Underground, “White Light/White Heat”
- The Dictators, “Search and Destroy” (Stooges cover)
- Ramones, “Havana Affair / Listen To My Heart”
- Talking Heads, “Girls Want to be With the Girls”
- Blondie, “In the Sun”
- Richard Hell, “Blank Generation”
- The Damned, “Fan Club”
- The Sex Pistols, “No Feeling”
- The Clash, “White Riot”
- The Slits, “The Splits”
- The Buzzcocks, “What Do I Get?”
- Dan’s punk links, below:
- Documentary on the L.A. Hardcore scene, “Clockwork Orange County”
- Documentary on the NYC Hardcore scene, “Under The Influence: New York Hardcore”
- X, “Los Angeles”
- Fear, “I Love Living in the City”
- Dead Kennedy’s, “California Uber Alles”
- Adolescents, “Kids of the Black Hole”
- TSOL, “Abolish Government/Silent Majority”
- Bad Religion, “Suffer”
- Bad Brains, “I Against I”
- Minor Threat, “No Reason”
Sophia | Dec 31, 2018 | Daniel Kaufman & E. John Winner
Nikita Petrov talks to John Horgan about his new book, Pay Attention: Sex, Death, and Science, which contextualizes big philosophical questions within the everyday thoughts of a science writer.
Science writer George Musser explains one of physics’ strangest concepts to John Horgan.
Daniel Kaufman and Kevin Currie-Knight air their worries about the young intellectual Coleman Hughes’ career path.
John Horgan dives into quantum mechanics and the mind-body problem with science writer Amanda Gefter.
Daniel Kaufman and Megan Fritts debate the contemporary relevance of philosophy of religion.
Philosophers Daniel Kaufman and Robert Gressis discuss whether the fame of prominent philosophers is justified by the quality of their work.
John Horgan and science writer/physicist Michael Brooks explore the blurry line between science and pseudoscience.
Daniel Kaufman and Milton Lawson discuss Hitchens’ influence on Milton’s comic book, Thompson Heller: Detective Interstellar.
Philosophers Daniel Kaufman and Joshua Rasmussen debate whether an all-encompassing epistemology is attainable.
The Wright Show
Robert Wright and Massimo Pigliucci discuss the evolution of intelligence and biological complexity.