Hold my Drink Podcast Blog, Episode 56

Theory of Racelessness: A Case for Antirace(ism)

By Sheena Mason, Ph.D.

The “theory of racelessness” reflects two alternative philosophical positions of race that are uncommonly taught and even less understood: skepticism and eliminativism. In profound ways, the theory is a call for antirace(ism)…

Hold my Drink Podcast Blog, Episode 55

This week’s podcast is an excerpt from Third Factor Magazine, with permission to reprint.

An Introduction to Dabrowski’s Levels and Dynamisms

By Jessie Mannisto

One of the great things about Kazimierz Dabrowski’s theory of positive disintegration (TPD) is that though it is essentially about growth, it doesn’t stop when childhood…

Hold my Drink Podcast Blog, Episode 53

From the many conversations I’ve had, it seems clear that there has been a movement underfoot to apply a postmodern lens to our social construction. …

Hold my Drink Podcast Blog, Episode 49

If you’re anything like me the term “incel” may be new to you. It stands for “involuntary celibate” and is a loosely organized internet group of men who have had a hard time finding and being in intimate relationships.

According to Naama Kates…

Hold My Drink Podcast

A Progressive and a Conservative walk into a bar and…

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