Antinatalism – is having children [always] immoral?

Greg and Jacques explore the topic of antinatalism – the philosophical position that having children is immoral – with reference to Prof. David Benatar’s book Better to Never Have Been.

Also, is it possible to not regret having children, but still think you made a mistake in having them? Greg thinks so, which is good news for his daughters.

Musical interludes are edits of Soixante-8 by Obsibilo (under Creative Commons license 3.0)

On being an idiot, and [maybe] how not to be one.

Greg asks Jacques how a person might know if they are an idiot, and your hosts go on to discuss facts vs. feelings, the value of empathy, and the limitations [and strengths] of reason.

Musical interludes are edits of Soixante-8 by Obsibilo (under Creative Commons license 3.0)

South Africa’s National Elections 2019 – who could we vote for?

Greg and Jacques talk about which parties we could consider voting for in South Africa’s upcoming National Elections (May 8), the merits of spoiling your ballot, and whether voting should be compulsory.

Vegetarianism and [our] moral hypocrisy.

In our first [real] episode, we talk about how to reconcile the fact that while we both think of ourselves as morally principled people, and also believe that we should be vegetarians, we are somehow still eating non-human animals.