Greg and Jacques talk about the power of myth in relation to the perceived value of life, and whether the right to die is open to abuse for personal [or State] gain.
Greg and Jacques talk about assisted dying, and the case of Sean Davison, recently sentenced to 8 years of house arrest (with 5 years suspended) for his assistance in the deaths of 3 individuals.
Kirstine Kærn of the Babelfish podcast in conversation with Jacques Rousseau, who was never a Methodist minister [but who nearly became a different sort of priest].
This week [and next week], Square Brackets is sharing interviews that Kirstine Kærn of the Babelfish podcast had with the hosts of Square Brackets.
In this final episode of the series on god(s), Greg and Jacques talk about why religion might be more interesting than you think, and why Greg was a “troll priest” during his time as a Methodist minister.
In this second episode discussing God[s], Greg and Jacques discuss the difference between atheism and agnosticism, whether Jacques is going to hell, and whether we should tell him so.
Greg and Jacques talk about god(s), even though they don’t think they are all that interesting. [But apparently, others disagree.]
On no-platforming and the Flemming Rose case at UCT; Penny Sparrow; Velaphi Khumalo; legal responses to hateful speech; and how free speech controversies might be used to foster restorative justice.
In the third episode of who knows how many in a series [allegedly] about free speech, Greg and Jacques talk about the election results, Steve Hofmeyr and Multichoice, censorship, and other things.
We talk about absolute principles, negative and positive liberties, and whether Patricia de Lille stole your contact information.