New Podcast from C4SS: Mutual Exchange Radio

From C4SS

We’re excited to announce the launch of a new project from the Center for a Stateless Society: Mutual Exchange Radio. This new podcast on anarchist thought, hosted by Zachary Woodman, brings together a wide variety of guests, from academics, to on-the-ground activists, to Center scholars, to entrepreneurs to discuss the latest developments in the philosophy and practice of market anarchism.

Our inaugural guest for this show is Gary Chartier, a distinguished professor of law and business ethics at La Sierra University, a leading anarchist philosopher, and a Center Senior Fellow. He’s the author of such books as Anarchy and Legal Order: Law and Politics in a Stateless Society, The Consciousness of an Anarchist, and Radicalizing Rawls: Global Justice and the Foundations of International Law.

In this conversation we cover a broad range of issues from the evolution of the liberal tradition, to the relationship between liberalism and anarchism, to the limits of ethical theory for politics. We discuss how to handle deep religious and moral disagreements in a stateless society, and the relationship between state and corporate power. This is a conversation about what liberalism, the philosophical tradition rather than the existing centrist political movement, could be as a potentially liberating force in politics that it perhaps might not yet be in practice. But this is not just a conversation about liberalism—it’s a conversation about how moral and cultural discourse and practice proceeds in the absence of the state.

You can listen to the first of episode Mutual Exchange Radio here or below:

Stay tuned for next month’s episode with C4SS scholar and the author of Studies in Mutualist Political Economy and The Desktop Regulatory State, Kevin Carson, and in the meantime, if you liked this episode, head over to the C4SS Patreon account and consider supporting this project. From there, you can support this podcast and other C4SS projects by making a monthly pledge of $5 or more.

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get willy gilly on there to say stuff about gelderloos for the ratings

igd will host the rebuttal with gelderloos

then sole will interview tom nomad and skillfully divert the topic away from anything interesting

then they will hold a call segment where people will call in to say how much they cringe at the igd’s podcast’s rap intro by sole, and go at length about how bad his flow is, and about how that segment in the middle where they promote somehong where he forced rhymed “mp3’s” with “dpi” was really terrible and reproachable. that whole verse was, that whole stanza was.

i apollogize.

who told you that they wanted this podcast? who lied to you so thoroughly that this podcast was desirable that you actually created it?

having kevin carson on the podcast might bring out the emergence of some meme that’s good for a week’s fun, plus if they have willy gilly on for a rant it might be hilarious.

this first episode is a placeholder at best, hope it’s not represantative of what’s to come. what is this? london school of economics?

It really hasn't turned out all that great between it's overly pro-market beginnings and the Gillis nonsense that pervades it today. It's unfortunate because I would like to see a baseline left-libertarian org that has more of a Sean Wilbur type flavor to it that is distinct and alternative from the ancom legacy anarcho-left. I'm not expecting post-leftism of my sort but I still think that there can still be some diminishing returns from that ol' hag leftism. A neo-mutualism that has a nuanced take on exchange like this wouldn't be all that bad. Better then some Wayne Price red and black retardation(though you seem like a nice guy Wayne).

Lol typical ziggles, charming as ever.

"You're a leftard but you seem like a nice guy!"

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