All seven episodes.
December 12, 2017
November 30, 2017
In this lecture, I present the second half of the story of Jacob, later Israel (he who struggles with God). After serving his time with his uncle Laban, and being deceived by him in the most karmic of manners, Jacob returns to his home country. On the way, he encounters an angel, or God Himself, wrestles through the night with Him. Successful in his encounter, he still sustains damage to his thigh, but earns the name Israel, and becomes the father of all those who to this day wrestle with God.
November 26, 2017
November 17, 2017
I was in Vancouver Friday November 3rd talking at an event sponsored by the very active University of British Columbia Free Speech Club (start one on your campus — if you’re a student, that is :)). I wanted to delve more deeply into the ideology on the radical side of the leftist spectrum, and to specifically address the idea of white privilege. Hopefully that’s what I did.
November 5, 2017
October 31, 2017
Discussion on the future of governance. Along the way I talk about utopianism, design, wisdom and the social justice epidemic that is destroying the culture of inquiry on campuses across the western world.
October 25, 2017
Do modern campuses actually value ideas and intellectual discourse? Should there be limits on capitalism? Is modern architecture bad? Sir Roger Scruton and Christina Hoff Sommers discuss each of these topics and more.
October 13, 2017
October 3, 2017
In this wide-ranging discussion, we cover (among other topics) the pernicious influence of the French intellectuals of the 1970’s on the American academy, the symbolic utility of religious tradition, the tendency toward intellectual conformity and linguistic camouflage among university careerists, the under-utilization of Carl Jung and his student, Erich Neumann, in literary criticism and the study of the humanities, and the demolition of the traditional roles and identity of men and women in the West.
September 29, 2017
This video is primarily centered upon an interview with Dr. Carmen Branje, a very brave and forthright adjunct professor at Ryerson University in Toronto. He was asked (required) to provide 8 hours for a student who requested “accommodation” for an exam whose duration was, for all other students, two hours. He refused, as he believed it would compromise not only his but the university’s academic integrity, and chose instead to suffer the consequences (which will include whatever occurs because of this video).