Total Liberation Radio Episode 17

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TLR Episode 16- Radical Philosophy with Chad Kautzer

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Chad Kautzer is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Director of Social Justice Minor at the University of Colorado Denver. He is the author of Radical Philosophy: An Introduction (Routledge/Paradigm, 2015) and co-editor of Pragmatism, Nation, and Race: Community in the Age of Empire (Indiana University Press, 2009).  He has been an activist and community organizer for over 25 years.

The amazon link for Radical Philosophy  is here

Mere humans cannot afford the hardcover, of course, but here is the link for the forthcoming paperback on the Paradigm website.

If listeners want to read a bit of the book now, the Introduction is available here and Chapter 1 is available here. They are both on his academia site, which has some other things, like articles, interviews, a link to an exhibition on homelessness he curated, etc: https://ucdenver.academia.edu/ChadKautzer

His university webpage is here

Chad says

“I really encourage listeners to get in touch with me if they have questions about the book: chad.kautzer@ucdenver.edu. If people are having trouble accessing the book, because their library doesn’t have it and the paperback is too expensive, please let me know and I’ll do my best to remedy that. Finally, if anyone is reading my book in a reading group, please let me know. I will be doing a book tour of sorts over the next year, so perhaps I can stop by!”

Watch the commentary on Run The Jewels video  “Close Your Eyes (And Count to Fuck)”

Playlist:

Dead Prez – Be Healthy: Let’s Get Free

The Impossebulls- The Get Up: Everything

The Passion HiFi – The Truth

Roulet- Sunny Day: Home Again

Run TheJewels – Close Your Eyes (And Count to Fuck):  Run The Jewels 2

 

 

 

 

 

Total Liberation Radio Episode 16

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TLR Episode 16 – International Women’s Day

This show originally aired on KFAI March 9, 2014.

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Women activists inspired by the feminist book : “The Sexual Politics of Meat: A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory” by Carol J. Adams discuss animal rights, environmental, and social justice movements.

Featuring:

Dallas Rising – check out her organization here

Kim Socha – check out her books here

Marya Torrez – check out her work here

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Playlist:

Concrete Blonde: It’s A Man’s World. Walking in London

Morcheeba: Who Can You Trust? Who Can You Trust?

Portishead: Roads.  Dummy

Conjure One: Places That Don’t Exist.  Exilarch

Lissie: Nothing Else Matters. Covered Up With Flowers

Amethystium: Enchantment.  Odonata

Delerium & Nadina: Monarch.  Greatest Remixes

Skye: Exhale.  Keeping Secrets