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Stefan Molyneux
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What You Didn't Know About IQ | Dr. Kevin M. Beaver and Stefan Molyneux
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Great video as usual.
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Criticism: UPB | Universally Preferable Behaviour
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+Stefan Molyneux How is this even a debate when Stefan, once again, does all the talking and argues both sides? Is this guy even capable of debating anyone who actually disagrees with him and can form a complete sentence? Just once I'd like to see him really debate someone who isn't one of this disciples. I guess I'll check back when he posts another video that has some actual information, research, and facts because these videos of his callers are just his usual word salad philosophy that he has been repeating for years. He may as well rename his UPB book the gospel according to Stefan, because that would be a more honest title. That whole idea was trashed as soon as he wrote it, yet he's still here talking about it as if it were some amazing philosophical breakthrough.
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What The Media Won't Tell You!
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+Stefan Molyneux We're almost there: The day the MSM is reporting to no one, and they will probably still stand by their corporate masters. Of course,no viewership means no sponsorship, which means more layoffs to come, MSM.
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Goodbye David Letterman #DavidLetterman #Letterman
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The Truth About George Washington
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+Stefan Molyneux This is not unfamiliar but, for those who have not heard or read this material previously, you have performed quite a service. It is well organized and clearly researched. High marks, Stefan.
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David Letterman has been involved in the entertainment industry for over forty years and tends to be a very divisive figure. Some people loved the affable everyman who caustically poked holes in the facade of celebrity, while others found Letterman to be mean-spirited and aggressive.

What isn’t up for debate is the sizable role he’s played within American culture over the course of multiple decades. Whether you’re a fan or not, everybody knows the name David Letterman and his sarcastic wit has left an imprint on generations of observers.

A deeply private man, Letterman’s relationship with his own celebrity and success is as complicated as it is fascinating. At many points in his career it seemed the only thing Letterman feared more than outright failure were the consequences and pressure of his own achievements.

For a man who often took the wind out of pompous, egotistical celebrities – who dared to take themselves too seriously – Letterman was a workaholic, nearly obsessed with achieving perfection in his performances, and left a trail of broken relationships in his wake.

Subjective opinions abound, but what is The Truth About David Letterman?
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+IronicKismet really? You think he's even handed? You are delusional
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BUT YOU'RE KILLING THE PLANET!
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I agree sometimes watching "Nature" on PBS (which I am almost certain is what Stef is talking about) you almost don't want to tune in at all b/c you know the fascinating subject matter will be followed by an inevitable depressing conclusion but oh boo hoo. If you are an omnivore you aren't a "big time environmentalist". What is the point of this video? Sure if watching a nature doc. It is almost impossible at some point not to point out the fact we are destroying the planet. Water shortage, topsoil loss, deforestation, biodiversity loss. We've eliminated 85% of all large fish from the seas of earth since commercial fishing began in 1954. But we have choices that can drastically help, like switching to a plant based diet. You don't want your daughter to know this? How young is too young to know your parents have been poisoning you while ruining the planet they are leaving you? All these YouTube comments are delusional. Forget global warming, there is zero question we have a serious ecological problem. I get that sometimes you just want to show your kids some koala bears without a lecture, but Stef was not arguing here that global warming is a hoax so go on your merry way & do whatever you want. Idiots.
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Subjective is Objective? [BRAIN ASPLODE]
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+DystopianEmpire01 that would depend upon how the concepts are defined.  any concept that is contradictory will not have its ability to be applied limited if not nullified.  like the dictionary concept of "Subjective: existing in the mind; belonging to the thinking subject rather than to the object of thought (opposed to objective )."  this has limited/no use because one's own thoughts can be the object of their thinking.  making it both objective and subjective at the same time.
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Help! I'm an Attractive Single Woman!
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+Stefan Molyneux What can I say... as u say so often Stef. This is probably your worst discussion. You're talking to some silly young 'attractive' lady that wants a steady guy... after having many different men throughout her life. So, at this point in time she is ready to find a guy to provide her with a great lifestyle (and children). All I hear is u trying to be cool and entertain her with just silly conversation. You went on and on about how people are evolving by getting (a big head) increasing intelligence. You seem critical of people who smoke weed - but don't discuss why men would rather smoke weed then be subservient to a woman by working to support their lifestyle. Anyway, this was a long discussion with little point, but I listened to it to see what your point would be - luckily I was doing some gardening. I am sure if this young lady wasn't so attractive, that the conversation would have been much shorter.
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David Letterman has been involved in the entertainment industry for over forty years and tends to be a very divisive figure. Some people loved the affable everyman who caustically poked holes in the facade of celebrity, while others found Letterman to be mean-spirited and aggressive.

What isn’t up for debate is the sizable role he’s played within American culture over the course of multiple decades. Whether you’re a fan or not, everybody knows the name David Letterman and his sarcastic wit has left an imprint on generations of observers.

A deeply private man, Letterman’s relationship with his own celebrity and success is as complicated as it is fascinating. At many points in his career it seemed the only thing Letterman feared more than outright failure were the consequences and pressure of his own achievements.

For a man who often took the wind out of pompous, egotistical celebrities – who dared to take themselves too seriously – Letterman was a workaholic, nearly obsessed with achieving perfection in his performances, and left a trail of broken relationships in his wake.

Subjective opinions abound, but what is The Truth About David Letterman?

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The Truth About David Letterman #Letterman #DavidLetterman
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+Nathan Marciniak i watched it for 3 or 4 minutes and i really like david letterman. i found this video very boring. zzzz
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Jewish Conspiracies! | YouTube Comments - Rebutted!
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+Caesar Vespasian I actually refer to the kenites as the international Judaics. What are you looking to convey concerning Municipal  Jew? Seeing how half of them are secular.
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I am the host of Freedomain Radio, the largest and most popular philosophy show on the web – http://www.freedomainradio.com
Introduction
Stefan Molyneux is the founder and host of Freedomain Radio, the largest and most popular philosophical show in the world. With more than 2,500 podcasts, 10 books and 50 million downloads, Stefan has spread the cause of liberty and philosophy to listeners throughout the world.

As the host of Freedomain Radio, Stefan has interviewed experts Dr. Nathaniel Branden, Jeffery Tucker, Dr. Warren Farrell, Janet Heimlich, Peter Schiff, Dr. Peter Boghossian, Dr. Mary J. Ruwart, Stephan Kinsella, Lloyd deMause, Dr. Cordelia Fine and many others.

Prior to launching Freedomain Radio, Stefan built a thriving career as a software entrepreneur and executive. In 2006, he left his work in the tech industry to devote his efforts to Freedomain Radio. Now a self-identified full-time parent and philosopher, Stefan speaks regularly at liberty-themed events all over North and South America. His speeches cover subjects ranging from politics, philosophy, science, atheism and economics to relationships, parenting and how to achieve real freedom in your life.

Stefan is the author of two novels, “Revolutions” and “The God of Atheists,” as well as eight non-fiction books on relationships, government and religion.

Past live appearances include presentations at the New Hampshire Liberty Forum, the Porcupine Freedom Festival, Libertopia, Students For Liberty, FreedomFest, LibertyNow, Capitalism and Morality, LibertyFest West, the Brazilian Mises Institute’s Idieas em Movimento, Freedom Summit, and the Global Escape Hatch.

Stefan has participated in a number of live debates, among them: “The Function of the State in Society” with Professor Vladimir Safatle, “How Much Government is Necessary?” with Michael Badnarik, “The Role of the State in a Civil Society” with Sam Seder, “Conservatism vs. Anarchism” with Jake Diliberto, “Should Libertarians Abandon Politics?” with Ernest Hancock and “Atheism vs. Agnosticism” on Free Talk Live.

In addition to hosting his own regular show, Stefan has been a guest on radio and television programs such as RT America’s “Breaking the Set” with Abby Martin, “Adam vs. The Man” with Adam Kokesh, and “The Keiser Report” with Max Keiser.


Education
  • York University
    English Literature
  • McGill University
    History
  • University of Toronto
    History
  • National Theater School of Canada
    Playwriting/Acting
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