Tim’s Two Cents

The Six Cents and Centrism – Tim’s Two Cents #4

Tim's Two Cents Podcast #4

This is episode 4 of Tim’s Two Cents – a brand new show where Tim argues with himself.

This week your host is joined by two other expert armchair philosophers. Together, they’ll discuss centrism and how it can be both good and bad for individuals and societies.

What makes centrism such an attractive idea to many while also repugnant and morally bankrupt to others? Is anyone truly a centrist? Are designated hitters ruining our nations …

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Determinism, Predestination, Free Will, & Preforeordestination – Tim’s Two Cents #3

Predestination & Free Will

This is episode 3 of Tim’s Two Cents – a brand new show where Tim argues with himself.

Its another Monday and Tim is here to give you thoughts how to navigate the various approaches to how the world works. This week, he decided (completely under his own free will) to discuss the ideas of determinism, free will, and if we really have a say in how our lives turn out.

Is everyone responsible for …

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Minarchism, Dicks, & Why Size Doesn’t Really Matter – Tim’s Two Cents #2

This is episode 2 of Tim’s Two Cents – a brand new show where Tim argues with himself. Join the omniscient genius this week as he explores the exciting world of minarchism.

Some people believe that when it comes to government, less is more. Today, Tim looks into why that’s probably a good thing. But he’ll also chat about some hypothetical (and real) examples of how even “limited” governments can grow in influence and power. …

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Why You’re Wrong About What’s Wrong With the World – Tim’s Two Cents #1

Tim's Two Cents #1

This is episode 1 of Tim’s Two Cents – a brand new show where Tim argues with himself.

That’s right, Tim decided to take the leap and start his own solo series. And he kicks it off this week with as much rambling and mental dead ends as you’d expect.

In this pilot episode, Tim talks about about the biggest problem with almost every ideology. He thinks you should instead think like him, and he’s …

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