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31-10-2013, 01:37 PM
Freedomain Radio
Does anybody have any views/thoughts on this. A friend, who is quite interested in this, passed on some podcasts.
Like, everybody's favorite tinfoil hat man, Alex Jones, Stefan Molyneux, a self described philosopher, makes some good points. On the other hand he sounds a bit like L Ron Hubbard at times, in fact, an entire website (http://www.molyneuxrevealed.com/) exists that warns of the cult like activities that surround Freedomain Radio.
Mr. Molyneux appears to be a minor figure in 'philosophical' circles, who believes in a combination of, Austrian Economics (whose adherents reject scientific metrics and rely on empirical 'proofs') and Anarcho-capitalism (voluntary choice 'utopia' that sounds ore like the Wild West).

I would appreciate any feedback or comments.

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11-11-2013, 03:47 PM
RE: Freedomain Radio
(31-10-2013 01:37 PM)Shriner33 Wrote:  Does anybody have any views/thoughts on this. A friend, who is quite interested in this, passed on some podcasts.
Like, everybody's favorite tinfoil hat man, Alex Jones, Stefan Molyneux, a self described philosopher, makes some good points. On the other hand he sounds a bit like L Ron Hubbard at times, in fact, an entire website (http://www.molyneuxrevealed.com/) exists that warns of the cult like activities that surround Freedomain Radio.
Mr. Molyneux appears to be a minor figure in 'philosophical' circles, who believes in a combination of, Austrian Economics (whose adherents reject scientific metrics and rely on empirical 'proofs') and Anarcho-capitalism (voluntary choice 'utopia' that sounds ore like the Wild West).

I would appreciate any feedback or comments.

Plato was generalizing when he said ---"Madness is Divine", perhaps foolishly.
There are lots of pseudo and main stream philosophers who are probably certifiable.
A sane questioning Socratic approach is quite unpopular.
Look what they did to SocratesOhmy
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