In which A & B expand on the ideas of pan-secessionism, and also consider the spiritual and ecological motivations for non-societal approaches to living.
A hidden megalomania in (some) anarchism?
Why total non-hierarchy is impossible
Divide and conquer
‘Hoaxed’ and signs of hope
A crisis of credibility for the thinstream media
The double-edged sword of the Internet
Is all we need love? (cheese warning!)
In a small scale community, you have to get along
Why A is more drawn to being a peacenik than (just) being a deserter
B sings the praises of permaculture
A asks B if he’s met any cool people in the permaculture world
The text of Bolo’bolo
Having established a general overview of humanity arrived at its current juncture, A & B now start to lay out ‘what can be done’, in very broad strokes. Bellamy starts to lay out what pan-secessionism would look like.
Why reform and revolution are not the answer
The dynamics of ‘during’ and ‘after the revolution’
Immanentising the lifeway you want, NOW
The problem of cooperation vs. conflict
The myriad marginals
N.A. anarchists have drunk the woke Kool-Aid
Who ARE the ‘far-right’? (Clue: according to some definitions, MOST people)
A world society of meetings
The possibility of Mutual self-defence
Worries about the fracturing of the human spirit
A brief history of everything that uses leviathan, ecocide and spiritual alienation as themes to describe the overall transformations of the earth and the lifeways of its human inhabitants.
Overview: leviathan, ecocide, spiritual alienation
Leviathan as state & slavery
Ratchet points: specialization, sedentism
Klaus Schmidt, Gobeke Tepli and shamans
Terror management theory
The beginnings of bureaucracy
The centrality of soil
Human impacts on the earth
A quibble about Amory's stance on AGW
Autarchy as the answer to so many problems
Minimalism vs. maximalism
What does a return to natural relations look like?
Spiritual alienation & the Book of Genesis
From nihilism to spiritual salvation
In this episode, A & B share their personal stories of how they came to be where they are right now on their journeys
Bellamy’s first encounter with Leviathan
Conservation came first, then anti-capitalism and human liberty came later
The Miseducation of Bellamy Fitzpatrick
Universities are good for something: their libraries!
Hume & Nietzsche
Materialism as conceptual fictions
An instinctive dislike of collectivism
Stand-up comedians are good for something!
Putting anarchist ideas into practice
Awaken the wokeness
Continental philosophy is good for something: inoculation against wokeness
A disappointment that the milieu didn’t have more interest in the fringe
Little Black Cart: an atmosphere of questioning
The Land Project comes to the foreground
Foreshadowing later episodes on pan-secessionism
The spiritual awakening
The perennial philosophy
3 big questions: politics, ecology and spirit
Amory was a precocious brat
Stunned by mass ritual behavior
School as a madness to be questioned
TV gives glimpses of a world that is not as it seems
The ‘rents can’t offer much of a perspective
5 years in the wilderness of drug culture
Neo-conservatism as a beacon in the darkness
Neo-con into Neo-lib into Paleo-lib into ?
The challenge and reward of building a foundationalist philosophy
New frameworks emerge: Feminism, the environment, anti-civ
Questioning ‘what really happened’ is absolutely key
The more things the PTB lie about, the more you have to conclude that a LOT is being hidden
Materialism: the ultimate lunacy
Questioning brings clarity, but discussion does this a lot better!
In this episode, Amory Devereux & Bellamy Fitzpatrik discuss where the drive to question our world comes from, which areas are most important to focus on, how we can find reliable sources, and what their aims for the show are.
Why question anything?
Bellamy drops Nietzsche 2 mins into the first episode! :P
Questioning as helpful and as self-defense
The truth affects everything: self, family, culture
Are we the last bastion against a post-truth culture?
How language interacts with truth and the ability to discern it
Truth matters more in a world with more draconian controls
Amory starts dropping ‘conspiracy theory nuggets’
The Carthaginians were not social engineers
How to select reliable sources, or ‘the relative merits of Chomsky and Ted K.’
Philosophy and life are not separable
Amory has sex on the brain
Is there anything that should not be questioned?
A reminder to remind us if we miss anything!
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Liberty & Logos is a pursuit of human freedom and truth seeking. We aim to take a radical approach to understanding the political, ecological, spiritual, social, and psychological crises of our present era with the aim of liberation: to become who we truly are. In doing so, we will interrogate conventional views of history and current events, explore new and old experiments in human freedom, and seek to understand the relationship between human nature and the Cosmos.