Non Serviam Podcast #11 — Crispin Sartwell

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Crispin Sartwell is a professor of philosophy at Dickinson College. He received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Maryland, a Master of Arts from Johns Hopkins University and a Ph.D. from the University of Virginia. Crispin is an individualist anarchist and political philosopher, with significant interests in Analytic Philosophy, Aesthetics and Theory of Knowledge. He has extensive and professional experience in journalism & music criticism, and has written and published around 20 books.

In this episode, Crispin and I discuss why common justifications for state power fail, the role anarchism has played in western political philosophy, problems with the higher education, the relationship between christianity and anarchism, and more.

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