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The End of Faith won the 2005 PEN Award for Nonfiction. After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. You don’t get to listen to the entire conversation (I’m not sure how long the whole thing is) unless you subscribe to Sam’s podcast series. I was interested to hear Sam Harris using the cult word to describe the woke tribe. IDT 065 - Sam Harris, John McWhorter, and The New Religion Of Anti-Racism. I look forward to his book, which I’d love share with my relatives but I’d be better off trying to get my cat to read it. I appreciate that as I wouldn’t want Sam to just turn into yet another “interview” show with Sam just tossing questions to a guest. Look right and you’ve got a cult of personality boiling around a perpetually dishonest nincompoop. Sam and John did disagree about Sam’s view that woke ideology & activism is often cynical, but the rest they pretty much agreed on. Sorry, but you tried to devalue someone’s words because of his associations. Joe Rogan, Ben Shapiro, Sam Harris, Jordan Peterson, Claire Lehman ... Others, like Jordan Peterson, Glenn Loury, and John McWhorter are still working at universities. For the full discussion, please subscribe. A Conversation with Adam Gazzaley. They discuss how conceptions of racism have changed, the ubiquitous threat of being branded a “racist,” the contradictions within identity politics, recent echoes of the OJ verdict… In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with John McWhorter about race, racism, and “anti-racism” in America. John McWhorter is a professor of linguistics, philosophy, and music history at Columbia University, and writes for various publications on language issues and race issues such as Time, the Wall Street Journal, the Daily Beast, CNN, and The Atlantic. Newbie--Total Posts: 16. Waking Up. McWhorter is part of that group. play audio. I’ve never heard of McWhorter but he it sounds like I share some of his same views. All of the music you hear on this podcast has been submitted to us by local artists. Also found here : https://youtu.be/MPHUu9sAGKo. Most liberals don’t like it. I think McWhorter is dead on here. I think Sam pretty much always gets the balance right re his share of time speaking; I’m usually just as interested in hearing what Sam has to say as I am with what the guest offers up. Joined 09-07-2018 . Period. John H. McWhorter teaches linguistics, philosophy, and music at Columbia University. Play. I found that Sam kept mostly quiet and let McWhorter “bang on” for much of the show and mostly dominate. I’m also not a podcast kind of guy, as I can read much faster than I can listen, but I think you’ll enjoy this 71 minutes. Click just below (not on the photo): I follow both Sam and Mcwhorter and felt this was a fantastic podcast (though I’d heard most of it before from each of them). Harris then quotes a 7.14.16 Timearticle by John McWhorter, titled “Police Kill Too Many People — White and Black.” Statistics show that just as many (if not more) whites have been shot and killed by cops, except the media never mentions these instances. Making Sense with Sam Harris #207 – Can We Pull Back From The Brink? In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with John McWhorter about race, racism, and “anti-racism” in America. Thank you for being on the show Sam. He is the author of a number of books on language and on race relations, and his writing has appeared in many prominent magazines. I don’t consider such volcanic interruption conversation. I take it that she feels hers is a conversation, not an interview. The issue of racism should not exist as we are all part of the human race. In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with John McWhorter about race, racism, and “anti-racism” in America. Oct 19, 2020 — Glenn Loury & John McWhorter A tribute from an Israeli fan and a mea culpa from John The political influence of Ice Cube and Kanye West Shelby Steele’s new documentary, What Killed Michael Brown? I recently listened to a podcast of Mr. Harris enduring Kara Swisher’s repeated logorrheic niagara of interruption. View … I have enormous respect for McWhorter. My parents, my sister, my coworkers… it’s quite dispiriting but to hear him talk is to feel a little less alone. John McWhorter with Sam Harris on "the new religion of anti-racism" User Name: Remember Me: Password : Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Good warning from John not to argue with these folks as it is a waste of time. His latest book is The Language Hoax. He has appeared on many podcasts, including The Rubin Report, Making Sense with Sam Harris, and The Glenn Show. In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with John McWhorter about race, racism, and “anti-racism” in America. Sam was speaking at (what I perceive for him) quite a rapid clip, I gather to try to get something blurted out before he was cut off in mid-sentence. For some reason Gore Vidal (and, among other works, his “United States of Amnesia”) comes to mind. It would be better if your website had your real name attached to it, as recommended (but not required) in the Roolz. Normally I’m not an “ignore the other side” person, but, as McWhorter says, “don’t engage the woke,” as “they can’t be reasoned with”: something that we’ve all learned through experience. is a professor of linguistics, philosophy, and music history at Columbia University, and writes for various publications on language issues and race issues such as, Talking Back Talking Black: Truths About America’s Lingua Franca. McWhorter astonishes me in his ability to speak so fluidly, with complexity, without any uhms or ahs. What is the point of this comment except to push guilt by association. Anti-racism appears to be such a thing – obviously not easy to show, but they discuss this. Why Evolution is True is a blog written by Jerry Coyne, centered on evolution and biology but also dealing with diverse topics like politics, culture, and cats. If you’ve read or hear McWhorter, or read about him on this site, you’ll know he doesn’t take the Black Lives Matter party line, even though he’s black. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. The puzzling thing is that, as McWhorter and Harris note, the political religion on the left is chiefly a fashion among melanin-depleted elites. ‎In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with John McWhorter about race, racism, and “anti-racism” in America. The Making Sense podcast is ad-free and relies entirely on listener support. I didn’t listen to the podcast. In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with John McWhorter about race, racism, and “anti-racism” in America. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! I’m more or less in agreement. UNLOCK ALL CONTENT Subscribe. John McWhorter is a professor of linguistics, philosophy, and music history at Columbia University, and writes for various publications on language issues and race issues such as Time, the Wall Street Journal, the Daily Beast, CNN, and The Atlantic. He also hosts the podcast Lexicon Valley at Slate. A kind of religion that affects me the same. I’ve seen McWhorter speak at Cal Tech. They only mention the incidents involving black suspects. “Although Sam tends to bang on a bit too long in a conversation that should highlight the guest, it’s not too obtrusive, and McWhorter does get his say in.”. Leibniz and His Approach to God. I actually didn’t have the same impression. You judge what he said by its coherence and cogency. I’m reminded of Hitch telling Lara Ingraham, “You should have me on more often so that you can give your opinion.”. Political ideology has always had a vaguely religious slant to it, but it seems to be becoming a crushing bipartisan disorder. His expertise is language. It’s supposed to be my day off, so I’ll save the braining for other days. Chris G. “I’m also not a podcast kind of guy, as I can read much faster than I can listen” – you can usually set the playback speed for podcasts to be slightly faster to compensate for this. Another thing is that, when some people are taken aback by the time Sam takes up when he has a guest on, Sam has reminded his audience now and again that his podcast is not an interview show. So it’s always going to be a conversation where you hear a lot from Sam too, bouncing his take of things off the guest and visa versa. One more ad hominem comment like that and you’re gone. Like text lifted from a page. They discuss how conceptions of racism have changed, the ubiquitous threat of being branded a “racist,” the contradictions within identity politics, recent echoes of the OJ verdict, willingness among progressives to lose the 2020 election, racism as the all-purpose explanation of racial disparities in the U.S., double standards for the black community, the war on drugs, the lure of identity politics, police violence, the enduring riddle of affirmative action, the politics of “black face,” and other topics. I was just pointing out something unrelated to the post itself, but surely something of interest. If you truly cannot afford a subscription, email us and we'll provide one for free. I thoroughly enjoy Mr. Harris’s podcasts. John McWhorter speaks at a TED Talks event in 2013. In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with John McWhorter about race, racism, and “anti-racism” in America. If you really can’t afford a monthly or annual subscription to SamHarris.org, just contact us, and we’ll give you a 1-year membership for free. Listen on Apple Podcasts In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with John McWhorter about race, racism, and “anti-racism” in America. John Hamilton McWhorter V (/ m ə k ˈ hw ɔːr t ər /; born October 6, 1965) is an American linguist associate professor of Slavic languages at Columbia University, where he teaches linguistics, American studies, philosophy, and music history. Short answer, straining my memory to the degree that I can't remember which of them (Sam or John) said this and which merely agreed with it, but: TNC will always find a way to blame things on racism. Subsequently, I have followed a number of his publications, which have more than confirmed my initial impression. But here’s a nice listen if you have an hour to spare. John McWhorter is a professor of linguistics, philosophy, and music history at Columbia University, and writes for various publications on language issues and race issues such as Time, the Wall Street Journal, the Daily Beast, CNN, and The Atlantic. He is a very smart man. Hope Sam has him back on after John’s book has been published, once the woke have tried to cancel him. Please don’t insult our collective intelligence by saying it was just “something of interest.” WHY was is of interest. Thanks for sharing it! racism as the all-purpose explanation of racial disparities in the U.S. the enduring riddle of affirmative action, the politics of “black face” and other topics. Enter your associated supporter email address to create an account. This was a fantastic conversation. In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with John McWhorter about race, racism, and “anti-racism” in America. (Without the speakers sounding like Mickey Mouse!). Columbia University professor John McWhorter says the bestselling book White Fragility supposes that "Black people's feelings must be stepped around to an exquisitely sensitive degree." For another lengthy and robust conversation regarding the danger of critical race theory, consider this Making Sense podcast, in which Sam Harris interviews John McWhorter: #217 – THE NEW RELIGION OF ANTI-RACISM.. Sam Harris has been a shining light … Total Posts: 16. Sam Harris; Forum Home; What’s New; The Waking Up Podcast; Thread < 1 2 #217- The New Religion of Anti-Racism A Conversation with John McWhorter . Updated Apr. If you click on the screenshot below, you’ll get to hear an hour and eleven minutes of linguist and writer John McWhorter chatting with Sam Harris on Harris’s podcast “Making Sense.”  McWhorter’s topic is, as the title indicates, “The New Religion of Anti-Racism,” which I believe is the subject of his next book. Profile . Glenn Cartman Loury (born September 3, 1948) is an American economist, academic, and author.In 1982, at the age of 33, he became the first black tenured professor of economics in the history of Harvard University.He is the Merton P. Stoltz Professor of … Interesting read. … SH (Sam Harris): Oh, well, thanks, thanks for jumping into this. I’m sorry, but I was in no way disparaging his words. I gather that he knew in advance what he was in for. I am not a fan of websites where the writer is anonymous. I never want money to be the reason why someone can’t get access to my digital content. Machiavelli’s Prince: A lion and a fox. John McWhorter: America Has Never Been Less Racist (2019 interview on … Yep, that’s what I thought you meant. Sam Harris; John Mcwhorter; More from Adam De Gree Follow. Unless of course you believe that the aliens have invaded and hide among us. "Racism and Violence in America" with John McWhorter. In fact, he’s highly critical of that line, which he calls “the Critical Race Theory-infused way of looking at things”, assuming a “nation of identities”. Betsy DeVos has her eyes on school curriculum written by a group of conservatives. In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with John McWhorter about race, racism, and “anti-racism” in America. Would also be good to see Sam on Glenn Loury’s BloggingHeadsTV show sometime soon, “Sam has reminded his audience now and again that his podcast is not an interview show. ‘Another “scholar” in the group hasn’t even attained a Bachelor’s degree.’. Copyright notice for material posted in this website. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. play audio. His fans come there for Sam and his ideas and thoughts, not for Sam as merely an interviewer, a job many others do fine. Sam Harris is the author of five New York Times bestsellers. Joined 09-07-2018 . ... in part through a podcast interview Murray did with Sam Harris. 14, 2017 10:18AM ET / Published Jul. CH (Coleman Hughes): My guest today is Sam Harris, neuroscientist, author of The End of Faith: Waking Up the Moral Landscape, Free Will Lying podcaster extraordinaire and one of my personal heroes. I was merely relaying what I read on Education Week’s newsletter. Many have credentials such as appearances on the Rush Limbaugh Show, Sean Hannity, and Fox News, as well as Sam’s podcast. In particular, Hughes refers to something I thought only occurred to me – the “religion shaped hole” – and especially how increasing secularization in certain demographics leaves an open wound in which things that aren’t officially called religion can infect and grow, as nothing is there to compete with it. At 19:00 this conversation with Coleman Hughes, they discuss a bit about how religion works and how anti-racism would match those factors: https://youtu.be/UPiNiTwf5bM. Ned Flanders 16 . I love the comment that “his expertise is language.” I suppose you woudn’t group YOURSELF with those morons. You were disparaging the man, and by extension his words, by disparaging not only the company he’s in (I haven’t checked that) but also saying he chose to be in that company. Posted: 21 September 2020 11:48 . It was our pleasure to pick up at the airport and escort around town a number of the 10 speakers, including Dr. McWhorter He was very impressive in every way. My wife was one of the organizers of a”Dewey Decimal” series of 10 lectures (one for each 100 in the Dewey Decimal classification system) at the Salt Lake City Public Library. (Photo: James Duncan Davidson/TED/Flickr) It serves no purpose. They were practical and common sense about racism, something hard to find anywhere these days. Sam is finally joined by John McWhorter for a long overdue conversation. So without further ado, Sam Harris. Felt like we’d been waiting a long time for John to take-up Sam’s offer (first issued years ago) to join him on the podcast – but it was well worth waiting for, really good conversation. Look left and you’ve got a circular firing squad organized around a largely baseless moral panic. It’s both distressing and exhausting. I didn’t group him in with a bunch of morons, he did that himself. An anthropology article from 1956 used to … It’s supposed to be my day off, so I’ll save the braining for other days. (June 12, 2020): 4.) But here’s a nice listen if you have an hour to spare. He is actually one of the few on that list that is qualified to write curriculum. Alan Dershowitz, in Newsweek, decries the University of Chicago’s adherence to Groupthink, Another reason why modern pop and rock suck, Social-justice turbulence at Haverford, self-abasing administrators, and some lessons, Caturday felids: “Got milk” ad with cats; cat toilet-paper steeplechase; cats being cats, the ubiquitous threat of being branded a “racist”, the contradictions within identity politics, willingness among progressives to lose the 2020 election. John McWhorter. I slogged through to the end, quite impressed at Sam’s patience in dealing with her rude behavior. It’s like trying to engage any zealot convinced that they’ve got the absolute truth. Listen Now. One aspect that sometime frustrates: the lack of disagreement, failure to pushback. Showing 1–20 of 653. I’ve listened to all but the last ten minutes or so, as I fell asleep—not because it was boring, but because I was exhausted from lack of sleep. Although Sam tends to bang on a bit too long in a conversation that should highlight the guest, it’s not too obtrusive, and McWhorter does get his say in. In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with John McWhorter about race, racism, and “anti-racism” in America. He most recently wrote Talking Back Talking Black: Truths About America’s Lingua Franca. I suggest you start commenting at Pharyngula. If you click on the screenshot below, you’ll get to hear an hour and eleven minutes of linguist and writer John McWhorter chatting with Sam Harris on Harris’s podcast “Making Sense.” McWhorter’s topic is, as the title indicates, “The New Religion of Anti-Racism,” which I believe is … I reasonably understand that. Follow: Twitch, YouTube, RSS, Spotify, Stitcher, iTunes Live Show Schedule Join Our Discord Support Us On Patreon Check Out Our Studio. More From Medium. Racist Police Violence Reconsidered (June 11, 2020 article in Quillette by John McWhorter) [Highly recommended] 5.) Yes, that works well, especially for slower speakers. THAT is moronic. Another “scholar” in the group hasn’t even attained a Bachelor’s degree. It’s a conversation. play audio. Read more. Plenty of those around. If I’m wrong, please clarify. It is good to see sensible debate here. He also hosts the podcast Lexicon Valley at Slate. In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with John McWhorter about race, racism, and “anti-racism” in America. McWhorter’s call is a strong one: telling us that the whole dialogue with BLM/CRT advocates “is something that enlightened people have to learn to stand down” (he loves that last phrase). If you find it valuable, please consider subscribing through this website. Capiche? His outrage is focused on the metaphorical … They are also liberal on mos We should be talking about tribalism, nationalism, familyism (! But true ‘religion’ is loving one another and that can be tough. If you’re already a subscriber, you can login here. His books include The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, The Moral Landscape, Free Will, Lying, Waking Up, and Islam and the Future of Tolerance (with Maajid Nawaz). And there is ‘the religion shaped hole’ in all of us. A Conversation with Jason Rosenthal and Miles Rosenthal . ), anything but racism. In June 2019, he testified before the U.S. Congress. I’m usually quite patient, but during this particular podcast I found myself, for the first time, out loud voicing, “Sam, finish that up so your guest can speak” (and to that extent be more inclined to return in the future). 27, 2015 1:20AM ET Emil Lendof/The Daily Beast. As you say, it’s nice that technology can do this without making the voices higher. This is a must-listen episode. In other words, don’t engage with these people; just “work around them.”. You cannot succeed by engaging the woke, or as I keep finding out, engaging with people who don’t think they are woke but parrot their views and talking points. But I trust that any podcast host remembers that the conversation is two-way, as some reasonably consideration to the guest. I am a subscriber and get access to full episodes. Waldo Otis in However, Mathematics. Sorry, but are you implying that what McWhorter said was worthless because somehow he’s lumped in with a group of morons? But, because of the outsized influence of social media and the staffing mechanics of major media organizations, that unhinged political religion monopolizes the conversation and makes it seem to casual observers like everyone left of center is off their rocker. Making Sense with Sam Harris Religion & Spirituality . He also hosts the podcast Lexicon Valley at Slate. Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Play Episode #226 - The Price of Distraction. It was an excellent dialogue on the subject. In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Adam Gazzaley about the way our technology is changing us. Cops and Race | Glenn Loury & John McWhorter [The Glenn Show] (Bloggingheads.tv — May 28, 2020): 6.) This is interesting! Latest Episodes. You didn’t do that. I have written on race and racism (and Black Lives Matter) in my blog if anyone is interested. This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Which was fine with me. This is the patriotic education tRump speaks of. Ned Flanders. In the wake of the Ferguson unrest, John McWhorter (a prominent Ivy League scholar and liberal who's black; his race is only worth mentioning because otherwise he'd surely be accused of white supremacy) penned a now-famous column about the quasi-theological nature of "antiracism," a concept that ostensibly appears anodyne and almost universally agreed-upon by all but devoted racists: Play Episode #225 - Republic of Lies. Hosts: Producer Dave, HK Perrin. I saw this excellent title and later thought that yes, it’s almost as if A Great Thing is anticipated as a direct result of pious activities – A Great Thing to supplant the Declaration of Independence, The Emancipation Proclamation, and The Civil Rights Act – A Great Thing to solve everything. It’s a conversation.”.

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