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Symptomatic Redness: American Christianity 2
November 15, 2019 07:51 AM PST
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In the second part of their discussion, C Derick Varn and Danny Anderson continue to discuss secularization and American Christianity.

Symptomatic Redness: American Christianity
November 06, 2019 04:28 AM PST
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On this week’s Symptomatic Redness, Derick talks with Danny Anderson, host of the Sectarian Review Podcast on the Christian Humanist Network, to discuss secularization, political identity, and the state of contemporary American Christianity.

Zero Squared #219: The Struggle of the Kurds in the Era of Trump
October 20, 2019 09:21 PM PDT
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Djene Rhys Bajalan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History at Missouri State University, a writer for publications such as OpenDemocracy and Jacobin, and a frequent guest on the Michael Brooks show. He is also a returning guest to this podcast, this time stopping by to educate me about the Kurdish struggle in Syria, Iraq, Iran and Turkey.

This week’s podcast is available in full for everyone but our patrons usually get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared. They also get access to our History of Communism video series, interviews with authors for our monthly book club, and pretty soon a reprised series called Pop the Left. If you’re a fan of this podcast consider becoming a patron.

Zero Squared #218: Realizing Philosophy (pt. 2)
October 13, 2019 09:04 PM PDT
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Chris Cutrone is a college educator, writer, and media artist, committed to critical thinking and artistic practice and the politics of social emancipation. He is the former head of the often contrarian Marxist group The Platypus Affiliated Society and in this podcast, we discuss the possibility of realizing philosophy.

This week’s podcast is available in full for everyone but our patrons usually get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared. They also get access to our History of Communism video series, interviews with authors for our monthly book club, and pretty soon a reprised series called Pop the Left. If you’re a fan of this podcast consider becoming a patron.

Zero Books #217: Realizing Philosophy w/Cutrone
October 06, 2019 02:38 PM PDT
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Chris Cutrone is a college educator, writer, and media artist, committed to critical thinking and artistic practice and the politics of social emancipation. He is the former head of the often contrarian Marxist group The Platypus Affiliated Society and in this podcast, we discuss the possibility of realizing philosophy.

This week’s podcast is available in full for everyone but our patrons usually get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared. They also get access to our History of Communism video series, interviews with authors for our monthly book club, and pretty soon a reprised series called Pop the Left. If you’re a fan of this podcast consider becoming a patron.

Symptomatic Redness: History and Politics with Camilo Gomez #2
October 02, 2019 05:16 PM PDT
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In the second part of their conversation, Derick and Camilo Gomez of the History and Politics podcast discuss race in Latin America and the situation of various Latin American countries, including Mexico, Venezuela, and Colombia.

Zero Squared #216: A Left for Itself
September 29, 2019 09:45 PM PDT
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David Swift is the Kreitman post-doctoral fellow at Ben Gurion University, he has published in journals including the History Workshop Journal and the Women's History Review, as well as writing for The Independent and LabourList. His book “A Left for Itself” is due out from Zero Books next month.

This week’s podcast is available in full for everyone but our patrons usually get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared. They also get access to our History of Communism video series, interviews with authors for our monthly book club, and pretty soon a reprised series called Pop the Left. If you’re a fan of this podcast consider becoming a patron.

Zero Squared #215: Socialism and Value [teaser]
September 22, 2019 12:17 PM PDT
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Xexizy is a Marxist YouTuber who is determined to bring about the social revolution through the internet, somehow and in this episode, we discuss The Critique of the Gotha Program, the idea of labor certificates, and the notion that socialism is achieved in stages.

Here's a link to Xexizy's youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDULjo1v2Hivuu4h4LZSTUQ

This week’s podcast is available in full for our patrons. Our patrons usually get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared. They also get access to our History of Communism video series, interviews with authors for our monthly book club, and pretty soon a reprised series called Pop the Left.

Zero Squared #214: Psychological Politics?
September 15, 2019 09:29 PM PDT
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Ashley Frawley is the author of the Semiotics of Happiness, a University lecturer and a reader at Zero Books. This week she returns to discuss a recent lecture she gave at for the Academy of Ideas on the pitfalls of turning to psychology to fix social political problems.

This week’s podcast is available for everyone. Our patrons get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared, but if you’re listening on our free feed you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcasts each week. Patrons also receive access to our new video series called The History of Communism and get access to the Capital Reading group. Book Club members receive electronic copies of new Zero Book titles every month and are invited to an online discussion group.

Symptomatic Redness: History and Politics with Camilo Gomez
September 11, 2019 09:30 PM PDT
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In this excerpt from their discussion, Derick and Camilo Gomez discuss the rural–urban divide in Latin America and the changing face of Christianity across the America

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