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In this episode, Anthony and John discuss the end of the Trump impeachment trial, the Iowa Democratic Party caucus, and most importantly issues of faith and community.
In this episode, Anthony and John take a deep-dive into the impeachment trial of president Donald J. Trump, as well as further exploration of the ranked-choice voting system discussed in episode 16.
In this episode, Anthony and John discuss more fair alternatives to the current voting system, as well as the recent trade deal with the People’s Republic of China.
In this episode, Anthony and John discuss the January 10th suspension of Marianne Williamson’s presidential campaign, and ideas for a civic intranet for community organization and participation.
In this episode, Anthony and John discuss the U.S. assasination of a top Iranian military general, and discuss what the next expression of political power in the United States might look like.
In this episode, Anthony and John discuss the ethics and political positioning of Jesus, and the implications of Jesus’ ethics for supporters of Donald Trump.
In this episode, Anthony and John discuss the recent UK parliamentary elections, including the victory of Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party and its implications for Brexit and geopolitics-at-large.
In this episode, Anthony and John have a casual conversation including topics such as transportation.
In this episode, Anthony and John discuss current events, as well as healthful approaches to community policing.
In this episode, Anthony and John discuss the structure and organization of model neighborhoods and communities, as well as current events.
In the eighth episode of The Technocratican, Anthony and John discuss topics of crime and punishment in the United States.
In this episode, Anthony and John discuss the Calvinist roots of western capitalist economics, the impeachment hearings, and more.
In this episode, Anthony and John discuss current events, including the recent Democratic Party presidential debates, the wider cultural impacts of Marianne Williamson’s campaign, and a further discussion of more sustainable ways in which to plan the layouts of small, self-sufficient, cooperative neighborhoods and communities, as well as discussing the way in which such communities would interact in their early days with existing socioeconomic paradigms. Also discussed is the impact of smartphones and social media on human interaction, and ways to better apply technology for the improvement of human social behaviors and culture.
Books discussed in this episode include Marianne Williamson’s A Return to Love and Brian Zahnd’s Farewell to Mars.
In this episode, Anthony and John talk about the futility of monetary systems and propose technology-oriented replacements for elements of the prevailing systems.
SPOILER ALERT: This episode contains extensive spoilers or the 2019 film The Joker.
The episode makes reference to the documentary series This is Neoliberalism
In the fourth episode of The Technocratican, Anthony and John discuss the building of moral, socially responsible and sustainable communities, as well as community dynamics, the cosmology of our society, and the relationship between community and divinity.
In this, the third episode of The Technocratican, Anthony and John discuss mass media, the ways it influences our lives, manipulates our social consciousness, and sets the parameters of public discourse. Also, we attempt to answer the question of what liberty and freedom should really mean in a moral society, and to what extent and in what ways should technology be used to set the direction and parameters of a more morally-centered public discourse.
In the second episode of The Technocratican, Anthony and John discuss political parties, political and economic systems, their impacts on communities and individuals, as well as their spiritual implications.
In the inaugural episode of The Technocratican, Anthony and John introduce themselves, their backgrounds, their views, and the purpose and goals of the Technocratican podcast.