AxisOfEasy Salon #26: Ben Hunt vs The Industrially Necessary Narratives

by on October 15, 2020

This week the triad was thrilled to welcome Ben Hunt to the show to discuss the power of narrative and much more.

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AxisOfEasy Salon #26: Ben Hunt vs The Industrially Necessary Narratives

3 responses to “AxisOfEasy Salon #26: Ben Hunt vs The Industrially Necessary Narratives”

  1. Suzanne says:

    I think this is the best discussion yet. Why. because it puts forth the contrasting narratives. It’s the anti-narratives, the anti-heroes, the anti-thesis that are worth studying for some essential data of how people act when things move quickly towards complete disarray, which is what they are. But it’s like sailing in the fog, and there’s a fog horn, and a ship’s fog horn in the distance, but the water and the fog are so hypnotic, that you become numb. It strikes me that perhaps this is exactly the reason there’s so much psychopathology. It’s like: how do you create trust to form anything now a days? Do you trust someone who says: trust me? Or do you trust someone who says, don’t trust me, find out for yourself.? I think our culture is more Narcissistic in nature, for they like to handicap, and render helpless their associates, so that they can form community. It’s not community, by any means, we know this. But what about the social contract in socialism where everyone works towards stability, and builds infrastructure, and creates a foundation of health care, where then, if people want to individuate, they can, based on their own free impetus. What of that?

  2. borderdenizen says:

    Suzanne, to try to humbly answer your question: Wétiko.

  3. Greg Jennings says:

    Absolutely brilliant!

    Love all of you 4 guy’s work!

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