Good PEL listeners don't want to miss an episode, right? And want to lend their support to allow the podcast to continue churning out the goods, right? Well, you have a chance right now to prove your virtue and get your mitts on a whole additional discussion that Mark and Wes had a few days after our free speech episode (see parts 1 and 2), where we chased down some themes like Jordan Peterson's take on speech (we watched a couple of videos), the status of "incoherence arguments" like Fish's (Kant and Rand use them too!), the appropriateness of organizations encouraging certain kinds of speech, the the offense principle, the difference (and overlap!) between good-faith arguments and insults, conspiracy theories, and "fundamental moral principles": Does that concept even make sense given that any principle requires judgement and probably sub-principles to apply it to real situations?
Here we provide you with three substantial bits of this conversation, designed to be illuminating in themselves beyond a mere teaser-trailer. If you'd like to hear the whole thing, become a PEL Citizen or Patreon supporter.