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Yes or No Philosophy ($400)
Learn how and why to create clearcut yes-or-no answers to questions, and why the concept of “degrees of support” (such as the weight of the evidence) is a mistake. Features a mix of videos and articles. More information.
Five video screencasts in which Elliot writes Fallible Ideas emails and narrates his thought process. See the philosophy writing process in action!
3 hour discussion with philosopher and physicist Alan Forrester regarding Elliot’s reading recommendations list. Topics include what’s in the books on the reading list and why they’d be interesting to read.
2.8 hour discussion regarding Elliot’s reading recommendations list with philosopher Justin Mallone. This fun chat will help you get interested in the books and see how they connect to the rest of the world.
This podcast explains how to get your life in order. Topics include the connections between dealing with yourself, your spouse, your child, and others. Connections to Paths Forward are also explored.
Reading Hard Passages ($12)
This video guides you through reading difficult text. Learn useful techniques with this example from Capitalism: A Treatise on Economics by George Reisman.
Children Should Make Decisions ($10)
In this podcast, Elliot covers topics like which decisions children should make and how to think rationally about habits.
In this podcast, Elliot discusses how to help children grow up and become independent.
Elliot’s Thoughts on Pricing ($5*)
Elliot shares his thoughts on pricing in this narrated keynote presentation video.
Real, informal notes on Leonard Peikoff’s Philosophy of Education Course. Learn about education, note taking, and Peikoff’s course. Read criticism of mistakes made by Peikoff.
Real, informal notes on Leonard Peikoff’s Principles of Grammar Course. Learn about grammar, note taking, and Peikoff’s course.
Fallible Ideas Extras ($1+)
Essays and slideshows about psychiatry, philosophy, not fighting, and basic observations.
3 hour discussion with philosopher Justin Mallone about liberalism, the power of ideas, the harmony of men’s interests, and more.
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