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Zero Squared

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Rank #165 in Philosophy category

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Philosophy
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Zero Squared is a philosophy podcast from Zero Books. Zero publishes radical philosophy, aesthetics, film theory, experimental fiction, and anything else that smells faintly of the avant-garde. Our books aim not only to demonstrate how philosophical ideas are relevant to every day life, but also to change the terms of it. Douglas Lain is the host of this podcast and the publisher of Zero Books. He hosted the Diet Soap podcast out of this feed for five years. Zero Squared will continue the tradition of Diet Soap while giving Zero Books authors a chance to talk about their work.

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Zero Squared is a philosophy podcast from Zero Books. Zero publishes radical philosophy, aesthetics, film theory, experimental fiction, and anything else that smells faintly of the avant-garde. Our books aim not only to demonstrate how philosophical ideas are relevant to every day life, but also to change the terms of it. Douglas Lain is the host of this podcast and the publisher of Zero Books. He hosted the Diet Soap podcast out of this feed for five years. Zero Squared will continue the tradition of Diet Soap while giving Zero Books authors a chance to talk about their work.

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Zero Squared

By functioncreep - Nov 15 2017
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This is the podcast which I have been waiting for.

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By akwhistler - Jul 14 2013
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Always eclectic and entertaining. Tune in you just may learn something new.

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85 Ratings
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Zero Squared

By functioncreep - Nov 15 2017
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This is the podcast which I have been waiting for.

The Soap

By akwhistler - Jul 14 2013
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Always eclectic and entertaining. Tune in you just may learn something new.
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Zero Squared

Latest release on Jan 14, 2020

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Zero Squared is a philosophy podcast from Zero Books. Zero publishes radical philosophy, aesthetics, film theory, experimental fiction, and anything else that smells faintly of the avant-garde. Our books aim not only to demonstrate how philosophical ideas are relevant to every day life, but also to change the terms of it. Douglas Lain is the host of this podcast and the publisher of Zero Books. He hosted the Diet Soap podcast out of this feed for five years. Zero Squared will continue the tradition of Diet Soap while giving Zero Books authors a chance to talk about their work.

Rank #1: Symptomatic Redness: A Hostile Interview with Chris Cutrone

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In this episode of Symptomatic Redness Derick Varn and Lexi Kay of the Swampside Chats podcast question Chris Cutrone of the Platypus Affiliated Society. In this final installment Cutrone is made to defend his apologism for Trump's claim, captured on tape, that as a powerful man he does what he likes to women, and even"Grabs 'em by the Pussy." The conversation develops from there. This episode is available for everyone.

Jun 17 2019

52mins

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Rank #2: Symptomatic Redness: Part One on Fascism

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In this, the first part of a three part discussion on fascism, Derick and Matthias Wasser discuss the recent history of the American right, whether the alt-right are relevant anymore, racialism, the definition of fascism, and much more besides.

Aug 17 2019

1hr 3mins

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Rank #3: Zero Squared #184: Heidegger, Video Games, and Control

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Liam Mitchell is the author of the book “Ludopolitics: Video Games against Control” which came out from Zero Books in December and he’s the guest this week as we discuss Heidegger, universal reason, and video games such as Skyrim, Zelda, and the Duck Game. It’s Thursday, January 16th, 2019 and I’m Douglas Lain the publisher of Zero Books and the host of this podcast. This week’s Zero Books podcast is free for everyone. Next week’s podcast, on Nihilism, will be available in its entirety through Patreon. Patreon subscribers get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared. If you’re listening for free you’ll be able to access one or the other podcast each week and this week you’re getting Zero Squared.

Jan 17 2019

45mins

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Rank #4: Inside Zero Books #82: The Facebook Economy

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Zero Books author Rob Larson returns to discuss his most recent writing project on the digital landscape and capitalism. We discuss Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, MySpace, and Usenet and the utopian promise of this series of tubes known as the internet. How much of the US GDP comes from digital content? Does Mark Zuckerberg own our identities? Are we all unpaid laborers producing content for Google?

Nov 11 2018

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Rank #5: Symptomatic Redness: A Hostile Interview with Chris Cutrone

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In this episode of Symptomatic Redness Derick Varn and Lexi Kay of Swampside chats. Chris Cutrone took on a variety of relatively hostile questions for a few hours. This is part one and is available for everyone. Derick Varn is a former member of the Platypus Affiliated Society. Can Cutrone hold his ground when facing hostile questions? Find out.

Jun 03 2019

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Rank #6: Zero Squared #204: Thaddeus Russell says "Fuck Marx"

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Thaddeus Russell is a historian, author, and professor. He has taught history, American Studies, and the history of philosophy at Columbia University, Barnard College, and the New School for Social Research. He is also the host of the Unregistered Podcast and the guest on this week’s podcast. This week’s podcast is available in full for everyone. Our Patreon supporters get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared, but if you’re listening on our free feed you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcasts each week. Further, our video series on the History of Communism is available to our Patreon supporters monthly.

Jun 29 2019

44mins

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Rank #7: Zero Squared Special: After Zizek vs. Peterson

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Nikos Sotirakopoulos and Ashley Frawley join Doug in this special, mostly unedited, episode of the Zero Squared podcast. This was recorded on the fly as a way to have a quick conversation about the Zizek vs. Peterson debate and, as a way to continue the debate. Nikos is a committed Randian while Ashley Frawley and Doug are both Marxists. Hope you enjoy this conversation/debate. It is being released for everyone.

Apr 30 2019

1hr 12mins

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Rank #8: Zero Squared #186: Made in Brooklyn

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Amanda Wasielewski is an artist and Lecturer in Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam. She is also the author of Made In Brooklyn, a book that was published by Zero Books in June of last year, and she’s the guest on this week’s podcast This week’s podcast is free to everyone and this weekend’s Symptomatic Redness will be available to our Patreon supporters. Patreon subscribers get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared. If you’re listening for free you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcast each week. I hope you enjoy them.

Jan 31 2019

50mins

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Rank #9: Zero Squared #191: Brooks on 2020

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Michael Brooks is the host of the Michael Brooks Show, the co-host of the Majority Report with Sam Seder, and a soon to be author here at Zero Books. In this episode Michael Brooks discusses Bolsonaro’s Brazil and what promises to be a torturous 2020 US presidential campaign. This week’s podcast is available in full. Our Patreon supporters get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared, but if you’re listening on our free feed you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcasts each week. At the moment we have 572 patrons. When we reach 600 we’ll introduce a new series of patron only videos tentatively entitled Communism 101.

Mar 13 2019

1hr 3mins

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Rank #10: Symptomatic Redness: Tad Tietze on Anti-Politics

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Derick Varn talks to Tad Tietze about anti-politics. Tietze blogs at Left Flank, tweets as @Dr_Tad, and has a book coming out from Verso books. From an essay by Tietze and Elizabeth Humphrys: Anti-politics and the Illusions of Neoliberalism We live in anti-political times. After a twentieth century in which Western societies experienced the rise and entrenchment of mass representative institutions, where hundreds of millions of people accepted that politics was the main way to have their social interests advanced, these arrangements have ever more obviously fallen into disrepair, decay and even frank breakdown. Part One of this conversation is available on the public feed. Part Two will be available on for our supporters on patreon.

Mar 25 2019

47mins

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Rank #11: An Interview with Slavoj Zizek with Commentary (Recorded on Thanksgiving)

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This interview with Slavoj Zizek originally appeared on our youtube channel. In it we discuss topics covered in his book "Sex and the Failed Absolute." and I offer some comments and points of clarification. The interview was recorded on our new Twitch channel on Thanksgiving.

Dec 20 2019

1hr 9mins

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Rank #12: Symptomatic Redness: Alex Gendler and the American Left

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Alex Gendler is a freelance writer, editor, and translator with specialties ranging from history and political theory to internet culture and animal videos. He is also Derick Varn's gues on this week's Symptomatic Redness. Topics covered include the cities of the American Left, TED talks, and the popularity of Marxism. This week's Symptomatic Redness is available for all listeners. Enjoy!

Jul 10 2019

52mins

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Rank #13: Zero Squared #188: A Free Speech Debate

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Derick Varn is a reader at Zero Books, the host of Symptomatic Redness, and my nemesis. In this episode of Zero Squared Derick and I debate the question of Free Speech as it relates to our mutual, ill-defined, Marxist socialism. This is part one of a two-part conversation and is available for free. The second half will be available to our Patreon supporters next week. Our Patreon supporters get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared, but if you’re listening for free you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcasts each week. I hope you enjoy them.

Feb 14 2019

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Rank #14: Symptomatic Redness: Ben Burgis on Logic

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Derick Varn discusses formal and dialectical logic with Ben Burgis. How successful can logic be against right-wing logic bros? How successful can a left that's abandoned logic be? Is logic rhetorically effective? Derick Varn recalls the 90s left's argument that "logic is a product of Western Imperlalism" and he conversation goes on from there. Give them an Argument is now available for pre-order on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Give-Them-Argument-Logic-Left/dp/1789042100 Our Patreon supporters get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared, but if you’re listening on our free feed you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcasts each week. At the moment we have 592 patrons. When we reach 600 patrons we’ll introduce a new series of patron only videos tentatively entitled Communism 101.

Apr 22 2019

48mins

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Rank #15: Zero Squared Special: Henryk Grossman, Crisis, and Rick Kuhn

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Welcome to a special edition of the Zero Books podcast. Ashley Frawley is a member of the Zero Books team and this week she is the host of the Zero Books podcast. Frawley, being interested in Marxist crisis theory, interviewed professor Rick Kuhn who has spent over twenty years studying the Marxist economist Henryk Grossman and in this episode, Frawley and Kuhn discuss the declining rate of profit, countervailing tendencies, the Frankfurt school, and the cultural turn. This week’s podcast is available in full. Our patreon supporters get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared, but if you’re listening on our free feed you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcasts each week. I hope you enjoy them.

Feb 27 2019

1hr 44mins

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Rank #16: Symptomatic Redness: Haider's "Mistaken Identity" pt. 2

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Symptomatic Redness is a podcast about political economy and historical analysis hosted by C. Derick Varn and Amogh Sahu and this week's podcast features the second half of a discussion of Asad Haider's book "Mistaken Identity." Here's a blurb from Judith Butler for Haider's book: “Asad Haider renews the critique of identity politics for the contemporary Left. Drawing on the work of British cultural studies, black feminism, and theories of the subject (and subjection), Haider writes in an open and persuasive prose to show how identity is always partial and ambivalent, deflecting from the larger racial ideologies while reproducing its terms. This is a fresh and timely book, thoughtful and provocative.” – Judith Butler, author of Gender Trouble and Frames of War

Jan 12 2019

56mins

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Rank #17: Zero Squared #197: Heidi Matthews, Joe Biden, and #MeToo

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Professor Heidi Matthews researches and teaches in the areas of international criminal law, the law of war, international legal history and political theory. She is also the host of the HMOD (or Heidi Matthews on Demand) podcast. This week we discuss the HMOD podcast, the Elevatorgate scandal, the class politics embedded in the #metoo movement, and Joe Biden hugs. This week’s podcast is available in full for everyone. Our Patreon supporters get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared, but if you’re listening on our free feed you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcasts each week. At the moment we have 597 patrons. When we reach 600 patrons we’ll introduce a new series of patron only videos tentatively entitled Communism 101.

Apr 24 2019

1hr 15mins

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Rank #18: Zero Squared #212: Zinnophobia

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David Detmer is a Professor of Philosophy at Purdue University Northwest. He is the author of Freedom as a Value, Challenging Postmodernism: Philosophy and the Politics of Truth, and the Zero Books title Zinnophobia. This week’s podcast is available for everyone. Our patrons get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared, but if you’re listening on our free feed you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcasts each week. Patrons also receive access to our new video series called The History of Communism and get access to the Capital Reading group. Book Club members receive electronic copies of new Zero Book titles every month and are invited to an online discussion group.

Aug 26 2019

1hr 2mins

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Rank #19: Zero Squared #222: Humanism in the Age of Trump

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Ashley Frawley is the author of the Semiotics of Happiness, a University lecturer and a reader at Zero Books. This week she returns to discuss emotions in politics, the therapeutic turn, and humanism in the age of Trump. This week’s podcast is available for everyone. Our patrons get access to two podcasts every week: Pop the Left and Zero Squared, but if you’re listening on our free feed you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcasts each week. Patrons also receive access to our new video series called The History of Communism and get access to the Capital Reading group. Book Club members receive electronic copies of new Zero Book titles every month and are invited to an online discussion group.

Dec 09 2019

57mins

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Rank #20: Zero Squared #206: Her Sexuality Set Against Philosophy

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Victoria Brooks is a writer and researcher in the area of law and sexual ethics. She teaches Criminal Law, Criminology and the law, Philosophy of Law and Law of the Environment at the University of Westminster. She is intent on systematically 'fucking' the law, otherwise known as persistently and unflinchingly questioning regimes of sexual ethics and her book Fucking Law is out now from Zero Books. This week’s podcast is available in full for Patreon supporters. Our Patreon supporters get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared, but if you’re listening on our free feed you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcasts each week. Patrons also receive access to our new video series called The History of Communism every month.

Jul 15 2019

55mins

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Zero Squared #226: German Krisis and Value Theory

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The editors of the German Marxist Journal "Krisis" are the guest this week. The discussion ranges from the death of traditional Marxism to the negation of the concept of the "revolutionary subject." The journal "Krisis" is published in German but some essays in English are available on their website. https://krisis.eu/marx-from-the-margins/ This week's podcast is availbale in full. Our Patreon supporters usually get access to two podcasts a week, audio versions of our youtube videos, and when the History of Communism video series starts up again in February they will get early access to that as well. Zero Books book club members get access to Zero Books titles each month as well as a chance to join in a discussion with Zero Books authors.

Jan 14 2020

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Zero Squared #225: The Sci-Fi Myth

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Tom Lombardo, Ph.D. is the Executive Director of the Center for Future Consciousness and the author of Science Fiction - The Evolutionary Mythology of the Future. In this episode, we discuss cosmic consciousness, social change and science fiction. This week’s podcast is available in full for everyone.

Jan 08 2020

47mins

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Symptomatic Redness: The End (pt. 3)

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In the third part of the final series of Symptomatic Redness, Derick and Amogh discuss the history of the left podcast scene, leading them to a discussion of the upcoming presidential election and the DSA’s role in it, and the question of how much has really changed since 2004, or even 1968. After Symptomatic Redness’s final run, its place in your feed will be filled by the new and improved Pop The Left with C. Derick Varn and Douglas Lain.

Jan 02 2020

48mins

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Zero Books Special: Ashley Frawley with Luke Gittos

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In this episode Zero Books reader and author of the book "The Semiotics of Happiness" interviews the Zero Books author Luke Gittos about his book "Human Rights-Illusory Freedom." Luke Gittos is a lawyer, writer and is legal editor for Spiked, online-only UK current-affairs magazine. He regularly contributes across broadcast media on issues relating to law and politics, as well as participating in television and radio legal debates, and the Battle of Ideas festival. Gittos recently set up the City of London Appeals Clinic, and he presides over the London Legal Salon. His book Why Rape Culture is a Dangerous Myth: From Steubenville to Ched Evans was published in 2015.

Dec 30 2019

45mins

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Zero Squared #224: The Failure of the Impeachment

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Margaret Kimberley is a New York-based writer who Dr. Cornel West has called“one of the few great truth-tellers who, along with Glen Ford, Adolph Reed, Jr. and Bruce Dixon, preserved her integrity during the Obama years.” She has been an editor and senior columnist for Black Agenda Report since its inception in 2006 and she the author of the book Prejudential: Black America and the Presidents (https://www.amazon.com/Prejudential-America-Presidents-Sunlight-Editions/dp/1586422480) which is due out from the imprint Truth to Power in February of next year, and she is a regular guest on this podcast. This time we discuss her skepticism regarding the impeachment of Donald Trump and the limits of the democrats. This week’s podcast is available in full for everyone. Our patrons get access to two podcasts every week: Pop the Left and Zero Squared, but if you’re listening on our free feed you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcasts each week.

Dec 24 2019

54mins

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Symptomatic Redness: The End (pt. 2-teaser)

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In this teaser, Derick and Amogh discuss contemporary right-wing American politics, and whether there even is such a thing.

Dec 20 2019

6mins

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An Interview with Slavoj Zizek with Commentary (Recorded on Thanksgiving)

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This interview with Slavoj Zizek originally appeared on our youtube channel. In it we discuss topics covered in his book "Sex and the Failed Absolute." and I offer some comments and points of clarification. The interview was recorded on our new Twitch channel on Thanksgiving.

Dec 20 2019

1hr 9mins

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Zero Squared #223: Critical Theory, Subjectivity and Descartes [teaser]

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Conrad Hamilton is a co-author of the book "What is Postmodern Conservatism?" and studies Marxist theory at Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis. In this episode we discuss the ideas of Alfred Sohn-Rethel and humanism. This week’s podcast is available in full for patrons only. Our patrons get access to two podcasts every week: Pop the Left and Zero Squared, but if you’re listening on our free feed you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcasts each week. Patrons also receive access to our new video series called The History of Communism and get access to the Capital Reading group. Book Club members receive electronic copies of new Zero Book titles every month and are invited to an online discussion group.

Dec 17 2019

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Symptomatic Redness: The End

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In the first part of the final series of episodes of Symptomatic Redness, Derick and Amogh look back over the past five years of the show to consider how the political and intellectual landscape has changed, consider the various left-wing responses to the financial crisis, and return to a question that has been central to the show from the beginning: what would a Marxist theory of mind look like?

Dec 12 2019

1hr 11mins

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Zero Squared #222: Humanism in the Age of Trump

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Ashley Frawley is the author of the Semiotics of Happiness, a University lecturer and a reader at Zero Books. This week she returns to discuss emotions in politics, the therapeutic turn, and humanism in the age of Trump. This week’s podcast is available for everyone. Our patrons get access to two podcasts every week: Pop the Left and Zero Squared, but if you’re listening on our free feed you’ll always be able to access one or the other podcasts each week. Patrons also receive access to our new video series called The History of Communism and get access to the Capital Reading group. Book Club members receive electronic copies of new Zero Book titles every month and are invited to an online discussion group.

Dec 09 2019

57mins

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Pop the Left Intro: Part 2 (teaser)

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In this teaser clip of the second part of the first episode of the new Pop The Left podcast, C Derick Varn and Douglas Lain discuss their plans for the project. In order to get access to the entirety of this podcast support us on Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/zerobooks

Dec 05 2019

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Zero Squared #221: New Work/New Culture

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Frithjoff Bergmann spent most of his academic career at the University of Michigan, where he was a professor and visible political activist. He taught also at The University of California at Berkeley, Stanford University and The University of California at Santa Cruz. His book New Work, New Culture recounts the development of Bergmann's ideas on how humanity might devise an alternative to the job system. This week’s podcast is available for everyone but, starting soon we’ll be returning to our usual approach of two podcasts a week, one for everyone and one for our patrons. We’ll be phasing out Derick Varn’s Symptomatic Redness and introducing two new podcasts. The first one, with Derick Varn and myself, will be called Pop the Left. Long-time listeners to this podcast may remember an earlier incarnation of this one. The idea will be to tackle longstanding problems and issues in left or, more specifically, socialist politics. The second podcast that we’ll be introducing will be on the topic of sectarian splits on the Marxist left and might be entitled splitting. If you’re a fan of this podcast and want to hear all of the new podcasts that are coming consider becoming a patron. We’ll also be releasing our videos as podcasts for patrons in December, and restarting our patron first video series on the history of communism.

Dec 02 2019

1hr 8mins

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The New and Improved "Pop the Left"

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In this first part of the promo episode of the newly resurrected Pop The Left podcast, C. Derick Varn and Douglas Lain discuss the impetus behind bringing back the show, freewheeling into topics of political determinism, the various camps of the actually existing Left, and the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. Pop The Left will replace Symptomatic Redness as a fixture in your Zero Books feed, but the final episode of Symptomatic Redness with Amogh and Derick is forthcoming.

Nov 25 2019

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Zero Squared #220: A Discourse on the Night

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Jason Mohaghegh is as Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at Babson College. His focus is upon tracking emergent currents of thought in the Middle East and the West, with particular attention given to exploring concepts of chaos, violence, illusion, silence, sectarianism, mania, disappearance, and apocalyptic writing. His book Night: A Philosophy of the After Dark is due out from Zero Books in December. This week’s podcast is available for everyone but, starting soon we’ll be returning to our usual approach of two podcasts a week, one for everyone and one for our patrons. We’ll be phasing out Derick Varn’s Symptomatic Redness and introducing two new podcasts. The first one, with Derick Varn and myself, will be called Pop the Left. Long-time listeners to this podcast may remember an earlier incarnation of this one. The idea will be to tackle longstanding problems and issues in left or, more specifically, socialist politics. The second podcast that we’ll be introducing will be on the topic of sectarian splits on the Marxist left and might be entitled splitting. If you’re a fan of this podcast and want to hear all of the new podcasts that are coming consider becoming a patron. We’ll also be releasing our videos as podcasts for patrons in December, and restarting our patron first video series on the history of communism.

Nov 19 2019

58mins

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Symptomatic Redness: American Christianity 2

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In the second part of their discussion, C Derick Varn and Danny Anderson continue to discuss secularization and American Christianity.

Nov 15 2019

57mins

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Symptomatic Redness: American Christianity

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On this week’s Symptomatic Redness, Derick talks with Danny Anderson, host of the Sectarian Review Podcast on the Christian Humanist Network, to discuss secularization, political identity, and the state of contemporary American Christianity.

Nov 06 2019

48mins

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Zero Squared #219: The Struggle of the Kurds in the Era of Trump

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Djene Rhys Bajalan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History at Missouri State University, a writer for publications such as OpenDemocracy and Jacobin, and a frequent guest on the Michael Brooks show. He is also a returning guest to this podcast, this time stopping by to educate me about the Kurdish struggle in Syria, Iraq, Iran and Turkey. This week’s podcast is available in full for everyone but our patrons usually get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared. They also get access to our History of Communism video series, interviews with authors for our monthly book club, and pretty soon a reprised series called Pop the Left. If you’re a fan of this podcast consider becoming a patron.

Oct 21 2019

54mins

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Zero Squared #218: Realizing Philosophy (pt. 2)

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Chris Cutrone is a college educator, writer, and media artist, committed to critical thinking and artistic practice and the politics of social emancipation. He is the former head of the often contrarian Marxist group The Platypus Affiliated Society and in this podcast, we discuss the possibility of realizing philosophy. This week’s podcast is available in full for everyone but our patrons usually get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared. They also get access to our History of Communism video series, interviews with authors for our monthly book club, and pretty soon a reprised series called Pop the Left. If you’re a fan of this podcast consider becoming a patron.

Oct 14 2019

59mins

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Zero Books #217: Realizing Philosophy w/Cutrone

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Chris Cutrone is a college educator, writer, and media artist, committed to critical thinking and artistic practice and the politics of social emancipation. He is the former head of the often contrarian Marxist group The Platypus Affiliated Society and in this podcast, we discuss the possibility of realizing philosophy. This week’s podcast is available in full for everyone but our patrons usually get access to two podcasts every week: Symptomatic Redness and Zero Squared. They also get access to our History of Communism video series, interviews with authors for our monthly book club, and pretty soon a reprised series called Pop the Left. If you’re a fan of this podcast consider becoming a patron.

Oct 06 2019

53mins

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Symptomatic Redness: History and Politics with Camilo Gomez #2

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In the second part of their conversation, Derick and Camilo Gomez of the History and Politics podcast discuss race in Latin America and the situation of various Latin American countries, including Mexico, Venezuela, and Colombia.

Oct 03 2019

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Zero Squared

By functioncreep - Nov 15 2017
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This is the podcast which I have been waiting for.

The Soap

By akwhistler - Jul 14 2013
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Always eclectic and entertaining. Tune in you just may learn something new.