Sense & Theory take an in depth look at the incel community in light of the recent attack in Toronto and ensuing media coverage. Is the black pill the gateway drug to violent misogyny and terrorism or the hard truth we find too bitter to swallow?
We convene this week for another installment of Change My View where the fellas talk about the merits of Isolation vs. Intervention. From Bosnia to Syria they hem and haw about executive power and the will of the people in an all out struggle to change Theory’s view.
After a listener’s suggestion, Sense and Theory take a deep dive on their cognitive biasses. From their own personal values to the very bedrock of the show itself, the fellas go all in… on themselves!
Is Trump a 4d chess master of diplomacy? Is he a compatible blood donor for Kanye West? Was McGregor/Khabib the plan all along? Is your pug a Nazi that wants to ban books in California? Sense & Theory answer all those questions and more!
In the second installment of Change My View the roles are reversed and it’s up to Theory to convince Sense of the dangers of artificial intelligence. Will it prove to be humanity’s most useful tool or ultimate destruction?
Sense and Theory stay close to home this week and take a look at Kentucky’s pension crisis and recent teacher strikes. From how Kentucky fell so far behind to the team sport politics evident on both sides the fellas try to cut through the rhetoric to find the way forward.
Sense and Theory take an in depth look at policing this week. Civil forfeiture, racial bias, no knock raids, and militarization are all on the table as the fellas try to figure out how we strike a balance between liberty and security.
This week Sense and Theory tackle a listener requested topic in cognitive dissonance. From Stormy Daniels and Roy Moore to NFL Protests and the Google Memo the fellas explore how cognitive dissonance can lead us astray of the very values and beliefs we seek to protect.
Sense and Theory are joined this week by close friend, and host of Somebody Gotta Say This Shit, Laron “Irk Dah Nerv” Clayborne for a 2 hour roundtable discussion on race. From it’s etymological origins to its impact on modern day society, the fellas raise serious questions about race and it’s utility to humanity going forward.
Sense and Theory put their money where their mouth is this week in a departure from their usual format. Can disagreements be amicable? Can viewpoints evolve? Is Bigfoot real? Find out what the fellas think in the shows first installment of Change My View.