Freedomain with Stefan Molyneux Podcasts 2500-2999
FSK's Guide to Reality: Criticisms of Stefan Molyneux
How to effectively study and internalize a large number of unrelated subjects, both trp and non-trp topics?
I've always been a poor learner, never been good with learning strategies. Always had a procrastination problem too, thinking "I want to learn more about that" but never taking action. Now, after swallowing the red pill, and perusing the manosphere, I find myself in contact with a lot more learning material. Obviously the bulk of it is trp-related, but there's a lot of things that get brought up all the time in discussions. Then there is material that are rarely brought up, maybe just casually thrown around in a comment, but worth knowing. For example here are some topics I've come into contact with recently. Some have surfaced as a result of casual browsing on previous topics. Some are full blown topics unrelated to trp, and some just from passing comments.
trp material (all of it)
TheRedPill/comments/3vri4k/you_got_a_stranger_pregnant_a_guide/ (and a million other amazing trp posts that would make me cry if they were lost)
everything in the trp, asktrp, redpillwomen sidebars
the stock market
masculine rites of passage
maslow's hierarchy of needs
the five stages of grief
radical 3rd wave feminism
manners, diction, ettiquette
femininebeauty.info (the site)
femininebeauty.info passing comment I read: on mate choice, masculine women give masculine sons but unattractive daughters, feminine women give feminine daughters but unattractive sons - don't know if this is true but sounds interesting.
male and female hormones
group dynamics, inner circles vs outer circles
48 laws of power, 7 habits, how to win friends.... and many other recommended books
enoch powell's rivers of blood speech
sacking of rome
book: death of europe with douglas murray
the overton window
the migrant crisis
the culture of critique
the list goes on...
Take something like feminism, generally antagonized in the manosphere. Someone might make a post that criticizes it. I can understand they're right and upvote accordingly, but I wouldn't be able to make such a critique myself. You then frequently find people, NPC's if you will, who just sound off in the comments with trite "feminism bad". I want to learn both sides, perhaps even able to debate someone on even why it's good, and not just why it's bad. And it's not just feminism, all of the subjects above. Thanks to trp and the manosphere one has easy access to thought leaders of many disparate fields, but I want to become such a thought leader myself. My reasoning, why be mediocre, uninformed, reliant on thought leaders to analyze issues for me, when I owe it to myself to be as informed and knowledgeable as I can. I am mainly asking about learning strategies, not so much help with trp. What is the best way to study said knowledge? Notebooks - that's a lot of notebooks. What if halfway through I want to correct previous notes because I got information from the wrong sources? Loose leaf, maybe that would be better. Or maybe set up a personal wiki which I'm leaning towards, but I don't want to be too reliant on technology. It's harder to visualize compared to physical notes, not a dealbreaker though. Can someone offer thoughts on effective study strategies?
Where Was All This Outrage When Stefan Basil Molyneux used DMCA?
Where was all this outrage when Stefan Molyneux used DMCA to take down a critics youtube channel? Not only did noone give a damn but his shitty bitcoin videos are still upvoted to the front page of bitcoin and anarcho_capitalism. So either apply principles equally or quit the self-righteous bullshit NERDS.
Stefan Molyneux is a popular libertarian broadcaster who has in recent years acquired a considerable following. In Universally Preferable Behavior, he takes on an ambitious task. He endeavors to provide a rational basis for morality. Should he succeed, he would not only have achieved something of monumental importance; he would also have ... Stefan Molyneux and Andreas Antonopoulos discuss the fall of Mt. Gox, the greatly exaggerated death of Bitcoin, the joy of failure within the Bitcoin economy, the incredible opportunity Bitcoin provides those without access to the modern banking system, and the difference between Bitcoin and the Federal Reserve System and fiat currencies worldwide. Stefan promotes Bitcoin adoption, if only because sound money makes it hard to socialize the costs of wars and/or pass them on to future generations. Lots of cryptography-related innovation comes from Israel. There was an international Bitcoin conference scheduled to take place in Tel Aviv in July 2014, but it had to be postponed because of the very missiles coming from Gaza that Stefan failed ... Tags: Stefan Molyneux Erik Voorhees Responds to Peter Schiff’s Bitcoin Criticism in an Open Letter (This is Excellent) Michael Krieger Posted Tuesday Dec 3, 2013 at 4:41 pm 13 Comments. Last week, Peter Schiff put out a video titled: Bitcoin vs. Gold, which quite frankly was horrible and one of the worst videos he has ever done. It added nothing the the debate that everyone involved in ... Is bitcoin a bubble? Does gold have an intrinsic value? Is bitcoin a ponzi or pyramid scheme? Peter Schiff thinks so. Stefan Molyneux and Peter Schiff discuss Bitcoin vs. Gold and the future of money.
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