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Red Library: A Political Education Podcast for Today's Left

Jun 30, 2019

How does one rebel ethically? Can revolution be ethical if it strives for the absolute ideals of justice and equality? What is the role of freedom and mortality in politics and our existential being within our experiences of capitalism?

These and other questions are the subject of this week's episode as Comrade David joins us to read through The Rebel by the French-Algerian existentialist/absurdist philosopher and essayist, Albert Camus. As always with Comrade David, we also manage to relate rebellion and absurdist philosophy to comics, Ariana Grande, and the occult with a healthy dose of shit-talking along the way.

Yeet. Yeet.

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