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Episode XVII: Post-Anarchism, The Sovereign Individual, and the Post-industrial Future

The Multiversity Project

Release Date: 08/20/2019

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Ep. XXXIII: Relationship Anarchy- Is Monogamy a Kink? Ft. Adam Golding show art Ep. XXXIII: Relationship Anarchy- Is Monogamy a Kink? Ft. Adam Golding

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For methodological anarchists, anarchy = skepticism of power. Relationship Anarchy, therefore, is skepticism of power in relationships.

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Incels make up an online subculture of primarily straight men who, for one reason or another, consider themselves unable to attract a mate.

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Andreas M. Antonopoulos, bitcoin advocate and author of "Mastering Bitcoin," joins The Multiversity Project for a special episode on bitcoin culture, social justice, and how the makeup of the crypto community may shape our future.

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Ep. XXX: Love, Meaning, & The Body Politic in Crisis ft. Dr. John Vervaeke show art Ep. XXX: Love, Meaning, & The Body Politic in Crisis ft. Dr. John Vervaeke

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Love, like Western society in general, is in the midst of a meaning crisis. Dr. John Vervaeke joins The Multiversity Project to break down Romanticism and build up a concept of enduring, meaningful love.

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Postmodernism: an influential philosophical movement with important insight on the nature of language, knowledge, culture and reality itself? Or, as some would suggest, a thinly veiled Marxist movement pushing its agenda through academia and society at large?

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Ep. XXVIII: De-radicalization ft. Luis Fernando Mises show art Ep. XXVIII: De-radicalization ft. Luis Fernando Mises

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How does one end up in a radical political ideology, what is the mindset like, and how does one get out of it? In Episode XXVIII, hosts Arielle and Katy, and special guest Luis Fernando Mises of Emancipated Human tell the stories of their radical pasts.

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...or do they?

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Ep. XXVI: Bitcoin, Cypherpunks, Anarchy, and Pokémon ft. Juan Galt show art Ep. XXVI: Bitcoin, Cypherpunks, Anarchy, and Pokémon ft. Juan Galt

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Is Bitcoin the wave of the future, the tulip craze of today, a revolutionary force to weaken the state, or some combination of all three?

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“Death and life, success and failure, pain and pleasure, wealth and poverty, all these happen to good and bad alike, and they are neither noble, nor shameful, neither good nor bad.”

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We can all name historical transitions of the past: the rise of agriculture, the fall of Rome, the transition from the dark ages into Feudalism, and the transition from Feudalism into industrialism. Nonetheless, we tend to think of the modern age as inevitable—for many of us, it’s hard to imagine a world without nation-states.

And yet, many argue that this age is coming. The Sovereign Individual by James Dale Davidson and William Rees-Mogg examines this prospect. The writers argue that as cyberspace allows entrepreneurs of the future to exist in a manner that’s disconnected from the constraints of the industrial age, incentives will shift and the power of the nation-state will be eroded.

In an episode which delves into the past in order to examine the future, the Multiversity Project touch on such topics as Jeffrey Epstein’s recent arrest, how Trump’s presidency compares to the downfall of Rome, what the United States, ancient Rome and the Soviet Union have in common, and how the incentives of violence shifted between feudal and modern times.

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