James Lindsay talks with Jim about the history of social progress, illiberalism from postmodernism & its impact on science & culture, and much more…
James Lindsay talks with Jim about his parody scholarly article project, intentions of his latest book, liberalism as a process, history of social progress, illiberalism from the left, the history of postmodernism & its impact on science, cultural & economic power dynamics, postmodern principals & themes, the postmodern applied turn, identity politics, strategic essentialism, post-colonialism, fighting reason & empiricism, research justice, the scope of postmodern cultural influence, queer theory, sex & gender, critical race theory & intersectionality, IQ’s impact on cognitive bias, personal responsibility vs victimization, the challenges of fighting illiberal postmodernism, and more.
Mentions & Recommendations
- James on Twitter
- James & Helen Pluckrose’s book, Cynical Theories
- James’ book, How to Have Impossible Conversations
- James’ book, Everybody Is Wrong About God
- The Subjection of Women by John Stuart Mill
- Michel Foucault
- Jacques Derrida
- Heather E Heying
Dr. James Lindsey is an American-born author, mathematician, and political commentator. He has written six books spanning a range of subjects including religion, the philosophy of science and postmodern theory. He is the co-founder of New Discourses and is motivated to rationally improve health “equity” without throwing out the baby with all this critical bathwater.