The former Prime Minister of Canada joins Shapiro to discuss the rise of populism in the West.
Eric joins Joe for another JRE episode.
Dave hosts a Patreon AMA.
Sam talks to the head of TED, Chris Anderson, about using reason to build our morality.
Dr. Peterson sits down to talk about what it is to be human, his writing process, and the miracle of his life.
The scene outside Shapiro's speech at Ohio State.
Dr. Peterson and Rubin do a live Q&A during their show in Oslo, Norway.
"I would appreciate it if everybody would stop looking for reasons to be offended and that’s what this was all about."
Professor Boghossian details the hit piece he received from an anonymous group at Portland State after pulling off the Grievance Studies Affair.
Helen Pluckrose joins the guys to discuss grievance studies, social justice, feminism, the patriarchy, and post modernism.
Dr. Peterson continues making his rounds in Northern Europe, again sitting down to discuss the difference between men and women.
John Stossel joins Ben and discusses the current state of libertarianism and why they don't win elections.
Peterson joins the BBC's popular show, Question Time, to discuss the criminalization of offense.
Discussion with Professor Bruce Pardy on social justice's impact on modern day law schools.
Rubin, still on the road, finds time to discuss yesterday's mid-term results.
Pinker and Shermer sit down to discuss reason and the future of AI.
Douglas Murray on Muslim Immigration and if Western civilization will survive.
Harris, Nawaz, Shermer, and Weinstein come together for a discussion on reason and science.
Ted Hill discusses the rejection of his Greater Male Variability Hypothesis following a lobbying effort by mathematicians who disapproved of his point of view.
Pinker sits down with TED to discuss his idea that the world is getting better than the news lets you believe.
Sam Harris speaks with Johann Hari about his books Chasing the Scream and Lost Connections.
A discussion on the role of evolutionary psychology in our relationships, culture, and politics.
Shermer visits Clear and Present Danger to investigate the cross-fertilization between science and free speech.
Brand sits down with Deeyah Khan to discuss what drives extremists and how to deal with them in today's world of hate.