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Best Quillette podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Quillette podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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"Ruthlessly truthful and highly insightful conversations on psychology, philosophy, politics, and academic culture." With Dr. Cory Clark (@ImHardcory) and Dr. Bo Winegard (@EPoe187), humans and assistant professors of social psychology. Guest appearances by Voltaire, dog and full professor of being adorable.
 
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Renowned physicist Lawrence Krauss talks to Jonathan Kay about his Quillette essay Racism Is Real. But Science Isn’t the Problem and explains why he expressed skepticism about the sincerity of the #strike4blacklives campaign supported by so many science organisations.By Quillette
 
Professor Eric Kaufmann talks to Toby Young about his Quillette essay The Great Awakening and the Second American Revolution. He believes American may be going through something akin to China's Cultural Revolution in which many aspects of American society, from the constitution to the name of the country, could change.…
 
Joel Kotkin, executive director of the Urban Reform Institute and author of The Coming of Neo-Feudalism, talks to Toby Young about the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on American cities and the rioting that broke out following the death of George Floyd. Joel recently wrote about this in a piece entitled Pandemics and Pandemonium for Quillette.…
 
Thomas Hale, Associate Professor at Oxford University’s Blavatnik School of Government, talks to Jonathan Kay about a new research project aimed at comparing international policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.By Quillette
 
John Lloyd, co-founder of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford, talks to Toby Young about the geopolitical fall-out from the coronavirus crisis. Will the Conservatives win the next UK election? Can the EU recover its authority? And is this China's Chernobyl?By Quillette
 
Science writer, author and Skeptic editor-in-chief Michael Shermer talks to Toby Young about his new book Giving the Devil His Due: Reflections of a Scientific Humanist. They talk about a range of free speech issues, including hate speech, Holocaust denial, the Pentagon Papers and Wikileaks.By Quillette
 
What is the significance of implicit bias in the lab and in the real world? And why are social scientists, the public, and the media so fascinated with unconscious bias? These questions and more on Psyphilopod Episode 17 with guest-host, Dr. Calvin Lai.Follow Calvin on Twitter: @CalvinKLaiFollow Psyphilopod on Twitter: @PsyphilopodFollow Bo on Twit…
 
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