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20 - Michael Millerman: Heidegger, Dugin, and Strauss - The Rewilding of Philosophy
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20 - Michael Millerman: Heidegger, Dugin, and Strauss - The Rewilding of Philosophy

In the Castle With No Doors
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Michael Millerman joins me to discuss starting a philosophy school, why tech and startups are seeking wisdom, whether Western philosophy is still a living tradition, objections to the usefulness of philosophy, leading students to the eternal questions, the intimate pleasure of communing with old friends, Martin Heidegger's influence on Alexander Dugin, Leo Strauss and Heidegger's disagreement on philosophical historicism, our place in the cave beneath Plato's Cave, Millerman's intriguing encounter with Dugin, why Dugin is a dangerous philosopher, his take on "Selective Breeding and the Birth of Philosophy," and the potential for the rewilding of philosophy.

Relevant Links:

Millerman on X: https://x.com/M_Millerman

The Millerman School

Beginning with Heidegger


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