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show topic introduction
02:02 to 05:01
explaining and defining what a revolution is
force, politics, ideas, government
05:02 to 07:53
discussing a legitmate American Revolution
individualism, freedom, individual rights, government
07:54 to 41:54
Q: what happens when we do lose free speech?
41:55 to 48:46
Q: shouldn't one assess whether one will win a revolution before starting one?
48:47 to 50:31
Q: does who strikes first in a revolution matter?
50:32 to 54:28
Q: when is it too late to have a revolution?
54:29 to 57:09
Q: isn't it bad how big and important and fascinated people are with politics?
57:10 to 58:40
Q: what if every state was Red?
58:41 to 01:03:01
Q: what is the impact of altruism on pride?
01:03:02 to 01:04:19
Q: is having visual arts throughout one's home the same as listening to music?
01:04:20 to 01:09:51
Q: was the Warsaw ghetto uprising moral and rational given the likely hood of failure and death?
01:09:52 to 01:13:34
Q: why is Atlas Shrugged taking so long to change the culture or is it failing?
01:13:35 to 01:15:17
Q: what is the difference between conservatives conserving and Yaron's buying time strategy?
01:15:18 to 01:17:01
Q: Is it moral to leave a country instead of fight?
01:17:02 to 01:17:44
Q: is localism a legit concept? Is there value in staying a small business?
01:17:45 to 01:19:23
Q: do all political parties represent a form of collectivism?
01:19:24 to 01:20:16
Q: can/will government destroy Bitcoin?
01:20:17 to N/A