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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Apr 24

The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 138 George Soros has a theory of change, and his goal is to make and move history. That theory of change is easy to understand if we take the time. It is also explicitly dialectical and alchemical. For Soros, society moves ā€œhistoricallyā€ during times of chaos when people are searching for guideposts for what the future will bring, and it proceeds through change by ā€œfertile fallacies,ā€ which are the seeds of what has elsewhere been called mass-formation psychosis. That is, feedback loops based on consequentialĀ errors change history. If you want to change

The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 138 George Soros has a theory of change, and his goal is to make and move history. That theory of change is easy to understand if we take the time. It is also explicitly dialectical and alchemical. For Soros, society moves ā€œhistoricallyā€ during times of chaos when people are searching for guideposts


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 6 Jul 23

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 56 One of the best things about reading Marxist literature is that they almost always tell you their weaknesses if you pay attention. A huge focus in the literature of Western Marxism has been on the fact that Western societies donā€™t have Marxist revolutions because they areĀ stableĀ societies. This allows us to develop a kind of guiding light for fighting against Woke Marxism today:Ā stability prevents revolutions. In practice, this means that anywhere we see instability and destabilization, we should work to counter it and create stability, especially economic, social, and psychological stability the Woke Marxists will use

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 56 One of the best things about reading Marxist literature is that they almost always tell you their weaknesses if you pay attention. A huge focus in the literature of Western Marxism has been on the fact that Western societies donā€™t have Marxist revolutions because they areĀ stableĀ societies. This allows us to develop a kind of guiding


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