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Ardently searching for a place where you can hear about philosophy that’s not about old white dudes? Well, congrats! Your search is over because hosts Anna and Katrina have you covered. We’re just average commies who are ready to learn. With a focus on theory from minority and non-male authors, as well as tips for applying for grad school and leftist news that filters out the hottest takes, we hope both to inform and show that philosophy can be inclusive too.

Ardently searching for a place where you can hear about philosophy that’s not about old white dudes? Well, congrats! Your search is over because hosts Anna and Katrina have you covered. We’re just average commies who are ready to learn. With a focus on theory from minority and non-male authors, as well as tips for applying for grad school and leftist news that filters out the hottest takes, we hope both to inform and show that philosophy can be inclusive too.
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Ardently searching for a place where you can hear about philosophy that’s not about old white dudes? Well, congrats! Your search is over because hosts Anna and Katrina have you covered. We’re just average commies who are ready to learn. With a focus on theory from minority and non-male authors, as well as tips for applying for grad school and leftist news that filters out the hottest takes, we hope both to inform and show that philosophy can be inclusive too.

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Episodes

How To Grad School In The Humanities

5/2/2019
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Are you a humanities student who is looking to apply to grad school? Well look no further, because we from team Good Faith Comrades have put together an episode that explains the basics of that process. It is long and mostly not fun, but at the end someone might actually pay you to read Hegel and that's pretty dope. A big thank you to Cotter for the musique as always!

Duration:01:26:10

Virtue Ethics and Being Online™

3/17/2019
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Take a journey back in time to summer 2018 when we recorded this episode (hence the cicadas in the background) and talked about online spaces and virtue ethics. We go over the ways that one is politically and ethically informed by social media (specifically YouTube and Twitter)as well as how the virtue ethic articulated by Alasdair MacIntyre in After Virtue differs from how we conceive of virtue ethics. Credit to Cotter for the music :)

Duration:01:01:12

Rachel Dolezol, "Transracialism", and Social Ontology

2/25/2019
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TW: racism and transphobia In our second episode, we discuss "transracialism" as articulated by Rachel Dolezal (in her new netflix documentary) and its comparison to the experiences of transgender people made by Rebecca Tuvel in the feminist journal Hypatia. As we trace Kat's paper on the subject, we try to make it clear why this comparison and the idea of "transracialism" itself are in no way valid through using social ontology. We articulate how the epistemic category of race comes into...

Duration:00:43:16

Ep 1: Looting!

10/27/2018
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Ardently searching for a place where you can hear about philosophy that’s not about old white dudes? Well, congrats! Your search is over because hosts Anna and Katrina have you covered. We’re just average commies who are ready to learn. With a focus on theory from minority and non-male authors, as well as tips for applying for grad school and leftist news that filters out the hottest takes, we hope both to inform and show that philosophy can be inclusive too. On today’s episode, Kat and Anna...

Duration:00:43:19