Conversations with Tyler — Reid Hoffman

On: Systems, Levers, and Quixotic Quests. Episode: 85 Date: January 2020 Background: Internet entrepreneur (PayPal, LinkedIn), venture capitalist and author. Key Subjects: System thinking and change. Archimedean levers: how to most effectively change the system. Multiple means: ideas, incentives, culture,

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Conversations with Tyler — Slavoj Žižek

On: Stubborn Attachment. Episode: 84 Date: December 2019 Background: Philosopher. Key Subjects: Liberal democratic capitalism is ill equipped to handle major complex challenges. Ecology (climate change), immigration, digital control (mass surveillance, etc.) Unlikely things will be fixed through marginal improvements

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EconTalk — Tyler Cowen

On: Stubborn Attachments, Prosperity, and the Good Society. Episode: N/A Date: August 2017 Background: Professor at George Mason University, the co-host of the blog Marginal Revolution, host “Conversations with Tyler” podcast, author of Stubborn Attachments. Key Subjects: Growth is the

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Conversations with Tyler — Jordan Peterson

On: Mythology, Fame, and Reading People. Episode: 60 Date: February 2019 Background: Clinical psychologist, professor of psychology, author of “12 Rules for Life“. Key Subjects: You look at the world through a framework, which can be conceptualized as a narrative.

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