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'Almost' is a powerful intergenerational tale of two families – one German, one British – from the trenches of World War I to the skies of World War II. Breathtaking in scope, depth, characterization and historical relevance, 'Almost' unpacks the disasters of the world that flow like blood from deeply intimate family betrayals and traumas. Why is the world so violent? What is the true cause of war? Can mankind ever find peace? This novel tackles the greatest questions we all face - and answe ...
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Friday Night Live Chat 21 June 2024 In this episode, I discuss the closure of Toronto's Science Center, criticizing government negligence on infrastructure maintenance and urging a focus on upkeep over new construction. Conversations with callers delve into confronting family alcoholism, setting boundaries, and prioritizing self-care. We explore be…
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Friday Night Live Chat 14 June 2024 Stefan leads an interactive philosophy session, discussing applying philosophical concepts to daily life and critiquing academia's focus on status over societal change. They explore knowledge complexities, objectivist epistemology, and the significance of logic and reason in ethical theories. Stefan advocates for…
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Delving into the movie experience of "Inside Out 2", the speaker shares humorous and awkward moments at the theater, initially skeptical but surprised by the depth of the film. They discuss themes of adolescence, emotions, and puberty, appreciating the nuanced portrayal and relatable challenges. Reflecting on anxiety and emotional growth, the speak…
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Wednesday Night Live 19 June 2024 I recount a trip to Toronto with tech challenges, discuss efficiency decline, work on parenting book, capitalism insights, and engaging with the audience. Topics range from debating, emotions, and parenting dilemmas to audiobooks and computer testing challenges. Mention of a philosopher, audience questions, and pla…
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Where is the best place to send our review(s) of the peaceful parenting book, you asked for feedback, but I'm not sure the best place to submit it. I'm only a few chapters in, I like the content but my first impression is wow, 450 pages? I think it's too long for general consumption, if you want many people to finish this book, I suggest cutting it…
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In this heartfelt conversation, we delve into the caller's challenging upbringing shaped by divorce, neglect, and emotional struggles. The host provides nuanced insights on neglect as a form of abuse, while personal anecdotes and discussions on self-confidence and coping mechanisms add depth to the dialogue. The caller bravely shares struggles with…
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Philosopher Stefan Molyneux reads a listener's question and breaks it down: "It’s Father’s Day. Does a sperm and money donor count? "I once had a wife and two daughters. My younger daughter died of cancer at fourteen. During her illness, the three girls (mother and daughters) ran away. I had no clue they would do such a thing other than that I knew…
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What sparked the idea behind your recent poll and proposal video to reconsider paid private calls? What are your thoughts on the result of the poll and subsequent comments? Stef I am currently seeing a woman, I would not say she is my girlfriend I just have chatted with her a few times and she gave me her phone number. Anyway I saw her Instagram pa…
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Sunday Morning Live 16 June 2024 Happy Father's Day! In this heartfelt episode, we delve into the profound significance of honesty in relationships, exploring themes of childhood trauma, parental dynamics, and the value of truthful communication in fostering genuine connections. We discuss the art of taking responsibility during conflicts, the powe…
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"hi again, I have a fun question, that is tongue and cheek. In your book the Art of The Argument, on page 108, last paragraph it talks about activity in the female brain, that generally differs from the male brain. Specifically the Dorso-medial prefontal cortex and the right amygdala. I'm summarizing that men tend to be more analytical in thinking,…
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"I felt a connection with show 5484, which is why men won't commit to women in their thirties. I felt it very well describes my experiences dating. I'm a gentleman in my early thirties and I've really struggled to find someone that is family oriented and someone that I think I could connect with. I've become a little jaded towards young women given…
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Wednesday Night Live 12 June 2024 Join us in this conversation where we navigate a range of topics, from tech rants to roommate experiences and discussions on hazing in frat houses. We delve into reflections on regrets, exploring deathbed confessions and contemplating what regrets we might have if we knew our time was limited. Our dialogue deepens …
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In a recent discussion, I debated the concept of peaceful parenting with Bob, who argued that children inherently have lower moral standing than adults. I countered by emphasizing the increased moral responsibility towards children, highlighting that they deserve higher moral considerations. We delved into the topic of consequences for parental act…
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In this episode, I discuss dating and family dynamics with a caller who shares struggles from childhood to adulthood. We explore the impact of past traumas on relationships, emphasizing self-awareness and emotional vulnerability for meaningful connections. Reflecting on personal growth and resilience, we highlight the importance of honesty and self…
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Sunday Morning Live 9 June 2024 In this podcast episode, we discuss the impact of early childhood experiences on development, focusing on parental wisdom and daycare influences. Conversations span moral analyses of media, societal impacts of the pandemic, and personal reflections on daycare experiences. We touch on diverse topics like ethics in gam…
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Friday Night Live 7 June 2024 In this episode of Friday Night Live, we discuss retirement savings, health maintenance, and societal changes. We delve into the importance of investing in health, sexuality in relationships, and challenges in mixed-culture marriages. We conclude with reflections on parental authority and ethical communication. Tune in…
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Hi Stef, I just want to say, despite listening to you for close to a decade now, I have only recently started to feel comfortable with the idea that other people’s negative emotions do not necessarily (and in most cases) have nothing to do with me or my actions, including my parents! Logically I have known this for a while thanks to you, but it onl…
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Stefan Molyneux joins Ryan McCormick in a deep dive on peaceful parenting, exploring the power dynamics and moral philosophy often overlooked in parent-child relationships. Discussing the shift from physical to verbal abuse, they touch on societal impacts and insufficiencies in positive role models. Stefan challenges beliefs on discipline and addre…
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Wednesday Night Live 5 June 2024 In this episode of Wednesday Night Live, we discuss challenges with bureaucracy, societal norms, and ethics like assisted suicide. We emphasize the importance of listener support and authenticity in engagements. Encouraging donation support, we foster genuine connections and exploration of diverse topics. Join the P…
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In this episode, the speaker explores the concept of downfall in public life, reflecting on their own experiences and society's fascination with others' failures. They emphasize the importance of taking risks and striving for greatness while maintaining integrity. Encouraging listeners to prioritize values over external success, the speaker advocat…
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"My lack of integrity has left me feeling as though I am an empty vessel. I have a strong aversion to sharing my honest thoughts with both family and friends. Whether these thoughts are benign or whether they are 'harsh truths', I feel anxious in admitting to either. "I am reluctant to express discontent with the members of my family. In the past I…
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"Hello, all. I'd like to get a discussion going regarding that parallels the release of the PP book. I have been itching with anticipation for its completion since there was first talk of it years ago. I am overly thrilled that it is finally here! I've been raving about it to all of my mama friends. I am a donor and therefore have had access to the…
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In this episode, we engage in a deep conversation with callers sharing personal stories of relationship challenges, betrayal, and self-discovery. Through heartfelt accounts of infidelity, lack of boundaries, and family dynamics, we delve into the complexities of love, trust, and communication. Our dialogue highlights the importance of self-awarenes…
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Join me in a conversation where we explore a caller's breakup with his long-distance girlfriend, delving into his childhood background and parental relationships to understand his romantic struggles. We discuss the impact of incomplete maternal bonding on relationship fulfillment and emphasize the importance of secure attachments. Analyzing past re…
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Sunday Morning Live 2 June 2024 Join us for a deep dive into philosophy in this episode, where we navigate through topics ranging from history to language and truthfulness in religious teachings. Our dialogue explores the essence of language, the importance of evidence in belief formation, and the implications of societal constructs on personal pat…
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