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Oct 28, 2020

In this episode, I speak with Professor Carlo Lancellotti about the late Italian philosopher Augusto Del Noce and the Crisis of Modernity. Del Noce died in 1989, but his writings are very relevant and help explains much of our contemporary situation.

In this wide ranging conversation, we talk about totalitarianism, the religious nature of revolution, consumerism, the hybrid of Marxist anthropology with bourgeois pursuit of happiness; hippies and yuppies, the absolutization of politics, and the danger of forbidding questions.

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