Philosophy of the Future with James P Dowling

I actually had the pleasure of being on not one, but two fine gentlemen’s shows on Sunday- this is a nice chat I had about DNA, teleology and the meaning of life, the deeper meanings of religion, and more, with the brilliant James P Dowling, on the first episode of his new series Philosophy of the Future. Check him out on Twitter at @jamespdowling and subscribe to him on Youtube here, he’s working on some great stuff.

Garrett Dailey

Garrett Dailey is a formerly homeless D.I.Y. philosopher who believes that one cannot understand the universe without first understanding themselves. To that end, he has committed to a lifelong journey to become the best version of himself, and in the process, create a community for others who wish to do the same. May we all be led from ignorance to the truth. Pros aion Aletheia aionios.

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