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Best Geoffrey Allan Plauche Prometheus Unbound Network podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Geoffrey Allan Plauche Prometheus Unbound Network podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The Prometheus Unbound Podcast is the audio counterpart of the Prometheus Unbound webzine, a libertarian review of speculative fiction and literature. It features news; commentary; interviews with your favorite authors, editors, and libertarian scholars; audio reviews; listener feedback; and special segments like Book of the Month, Today’s Tomorrows Writing Prompt, and Fiction Forecasts. Join us as we talk about books, movies, and television shows in the science fiction and fantasy genres.
 
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In episode three of the Prometheus Unbound Podcast, Matthew and I have a fantastic interview with the wonderful Jeffrey Tucker, editor of Laissez Faire Books. It’s a long one, about an hour and fifteen minutes, and we knew you’d be eager to listen to Jeffrey, so we wasted no time with chit-chat and got right down to business. We covered a number of…
 
In episode two of the Prometheus Unbound Podcast, Matthew and I (Geoffrey) discuss libertarian speculative fiction and introduce the Book of the Month, Today’s Tomorrows Writing Prompt, and Fiction Forecasts segments of the show. We break the ice with some brief chit-chat about what we’ve been reading before seguing into our discussion of libertari…
 
At long last, here is the first episode of our new, original podcast. First, Matthew and I break the ice by briefly talking about what we’ve been reading recently. I had just finished Kameron Hurley’s debut novel God’s War. Overall, I think it’s a good effort with an interesting story and world-building but is not without its flaws. Matthew had rec…
 
Matthew and I recorded a brief promotional spot for the Prometheus Unbound Podcast. It includes part of the intro and outro that you will soon become familiar with as well as information about what listeners can expect from the podcast. Join us as we interview your favorite authors, editors, and libertarian scholars; and discuss science fiction and…
 
In this January 12, 2010 episode of the Libertarian Tradition podcast series, part of the Mises Institute’s online media library, Jeff Riggenbach discusses the important role played by novelist and philosopher Ayn Rand in the early libertarian movement. Editor’s Note: A transcript is unavailable. This early episode was never turned into a Mises Dai…
 
In this January 6, 2010 episode of the Libertarian Tradition podcast series, part of the Mises Institute’s online media library, Jeff Riggenbach takes us on a biographical tour of the life of libertarian novelist and philosopher Ayn Rand. Editor’s Note: A transcript is unavailable. This early episode was never turned into a Mises Daily article like…
 
In this episode of the Libertarian Tradition podcast series, part of the Mises Institute’s online media library, Jeff Riggenbach makes the case that Yevgeny Zamyatin’s dystopian science fiction novel, We, belongs in the libertarian tradition. You can also read the transcript below: When we think of the libertarian tradition, we tend naturally to th…
 
In this episode of the Libertarian Tradition podcast series, part of the Mises Institute’s online media library, Jeff Riggenbach makes the case that the author of The Lord of the Rings, J.R.R. Tolkien, can be counted as a libertarian. Editor’s Note: A transcript is unavailable. This early episode was never turned into a Mises Daily article like mos…
 
Robert Anson Heinlein (1907–1988) In this episode of the Libertarian Tradition podcast series, part of the Mises Institute’s online media library, Jeff Riggenbach discusses the life of Robert Anson Heinlein (1907–1988), author of The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress and many other wonderful novels and short stories, and addresses the question of whether He…
 
In light of Ray Bradbury’s recent passing, it may be apropos to revisit an old episode of Jeff Riggenbach’s Libertarian Tradition podcast from 2010 in which he discusses why we should revisit Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 45. You can also read the transcript below: Ray Bradbury celebrated his 90th birthday this past Sunday. He was born August 22, 1920 in W…
 
In a recent addition to the Libertarian Tradition podcast series, part of the Mises Institute's online media library, Jeff Riggenbach uses Objectivist as a launchpad to discuss Objectivist subculture and fear. You can also read the transcript below: In a recent conversation with a younger libertarian, I heard something that I found somewhat surpris…
 
In a recent addition to the Libertarian Tradition podcast series, part of the Mises Institute's online media library, Jeff Riggenbach discusses the life of Robert Anton Wilson (1932–2007), author of the Illuminatus! trilogy. You can also read the transcript below: Robert Anton Wilson was born January 18, 1932 in Brooklyn.…
 
In a recent addition to The Libertarian Tradition podcast series, part of the Mises Institute's online media library, Jeff Riggenbach discusses The Ambiguous Utopias of Ursula K. Le Guin and Samuel R. Delany.By Jeff Riggenbach
 
In a recent addition to The Libertarian Tradition podcast series, part of the Mises Institute's online media library, Jeff Riggenbach discusses Friedrich Hayek and American Science Fiction. You can also read the transcript, which was later published as a Mises Daily article. In the podcast, Riggenbach discusses the dramatization of Austrian economi…
 
When I wasn't paying attention Jeff Riggenbach did two more audio podcasts on libertarianism and science fiction in his series for the Mises Institute, The Libertarian Tradition. Here is one, a followup on the previous podcast on libertarian science fiction. You can also read the transcript, which was later published as a Mises Daily article: "Some…
 
In a new addition to the Mises Institute's online media library today, part of The Libertarian Tradition podcast series, Jeff Riggenbach discusses libertarian science fiction. Riggenbach discusses the role of science fiction in keeping individualism alive, the phenomenon of all the best known libertarian novels being science fiction novels, Eric S.…
 
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