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Welcome To Reality - new show on YouTube

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Eiuol (Lev) and I (William) have created a new show on Youtube called Welcome To Reality! It is devoted to respectful debate and discussion. We will cover various topics that interest us and try to apply our understanding of Objectivism to moral and political action. The first episode is on the use and morality of recreational drugs, such as alcohol and psychedelics. We hope you'll check out the program and subscribe to our channel. Thanks!

https://youtu.be/aDWd-b2xEB0 

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It's going to be a weekly discussion. We really wanted to be about using ideas to work toward bettering oneself. We want to encourage people to do things with their ideas, not simply academic discussions! 

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In our second episode we talk about video games and making value judgments while playing them. The conversation relates gaming to Ayn Rand's concept of metaphysical value judgments. We also discuss the purpose and moral status of roleplaying villains and heroes in games like Grand Theft Auto and Megaman.

 

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The third episode is up now. We discuss aging and the research into curing problems associated with it, such as deterioration of cells. After an introductory segment, we change up the format and have a back-and-forth dialogue on the phone.

 

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