Hyperpodcastism tries to move to a more regular format with Borzoi, Nike, and Alex McNabb breaking down Wang Huning's America Against America and discuss the first three sections of the work.
Borzoi, Nike, and special guest Mike Enoch eschew death of the author to interview specialer guest Marty Phillips to discuss his novel Let Them Look West.
Borzoi, McNabb, Nike, Trench Doctor, and Borzette talk about the medical industrial complex and its realities, economics, and philosophies, medical horror stories, and Ivan Illich's Limits to Medicine.
Borzoi, McNabb, and Nike get into what to expect when you're expecting an age of diminishing expectations in their examination of Christopher Lasch's 1979 work the Culture of Narcissism
Grab your rocks and bones as Borzoi, McNabb, and Nike delve for four hours into the brain-melting hyperreal philosophy of Jean Baudrillard and his 1981 work Simulacra and Simulation.
Borzoi and Nike have a raucous four hour discussion with Curtis "Moldbug" Yarvin about Carlyle, what it means to have the high ground, the Bayesian sexuality of Hitler, the GayQ vs. the JQ, World War II spergery, whether to affirm or deny the socially constructed Holocaust, WASPs and Puritans, and debate how to be a proper dissident.
Borzoi, Nike, and McNabb talk about Guy Debord's Society of the Spectacle and the sequel Comments on the Society of the Spectacle and get into topics such as neofeudalism, the commodification of time, capitalism's reality warping power, and the limits of post-Marxist analysis.
Borzoi welcomes on Nike to be regular co-host as the two of them dig into the impact of the Dreyfus Affair, the politics of the French Third Republic, syndicalism, the general strike, and most importantly the importance of myth in Georges Sorel's Reflections on Violence
Borzoi spergs out with DK on the topic of quantum mechanics and its history, scientific appropriation by the draq queen community, and a brief review of the Sokal Affair and the credibility crisis.
Borzoi inaugurates a new podcast that explores modern and postmodern ideas and philosophies with a conversation about the psychic terror of Mark Fisher's Capitalist Realism with Keith Woods and Alex McNabb