Steafan Fox on Life, Art, and Philosophy

I recently had the pleasure of an almost three hour conversation with artist and intellectual Irishman extraordinaire, Steafan Fox (on Twitter @steafanfox). We discussed this site, my adventures in the past year, and many more interesting and bizarre things relating to politics, philosophy, and the depths of the mind. Be sure to subscribe to him on Youtube and Twitter– he’s got big things in the works.

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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