Episode 160: Sum-Prime Philosophy

If you don’t know Judith Butler, you should. She has done more to move forward our discussions around gender and sexuality than perhaps any other philosopher. What’s the “gist” of her work? How does she compare with popular gender pundits like Dan Savage? Has the “Pride” movement gone mainstream? And might we have even stumbled upon the Meaning of Life?! Have a listen and find out!

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The Genderbread Person 2.0 by It’s Pronounced Metrosexual

The Genderbread Person v2.1

From “Action Philosophers” by Fred Van Lente (via Tal Vez Inútil):

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“I’ll Be There For You” by The Rembrandts

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  1. Rule Set Update E | Bad Philosophy 11/01/2016 at 4:32 am

    […] and Stephen reflect on episodes 160, 161, and 162, then refresh the rule framework of BF with a change, removal, and addition. Once…

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