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Author: Coleman Hughes

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Join Coleman Hughes, accomplished writer and philosophy graduate, for his brand new podcast, Conversations With Coleman. This is an honest conversation—with the sharpest minds— on some of the most vexing issues regarding race and culture in the West.
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For exclusive member-only content become a CwC subscriber via https://colemanhughes.org/ In this episode, Coleman interviews Ayishat Akanbi, a Nigerian-British fashion stylist, writer, cultural commentator, and photographer. During the episode they talk about Ayishat’s background in the fashion world, why the art world is so progressive, the tension between free speech and safety, the psychology of identity politics, the psychology of apologies, the pressure to post on social media about activist causes, how to address historical wrongs, and more.
For exclusive member-only content become a CwC subscriber via https://colemanhughes.org/ Listen to the recording of a live Q&A Coleman hosted for his subscribers. Recording date: August 23rd, 2020.
For exclusive member-only content become a CwC subscriber via https://colemanhughes.org/ In this episode, Coleman interviews Bret Weinstein, an American evolutionary biologist and host of the Dark Horse Podcast - which he was on a few weeks ago. During this episode they talk about whether economics is the driving force behind ethnic conflict, the extent to which racial differences in average IQ are the result of nature or nurture, they spend a long time discussing cultural differences between groups that might account for racial disparity and the way in which history is used by social and political movements.
For exclusive member-only content become a CwC subscriber via https://colemanhughes.org/ In this episode, Coleman interviews Peter Singer, an Australian moral philosopher, professor of Bioethics at Princeton University and a Laureate Professor at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at the University of Melbourne. Peter is known for his book, ‘Animal Liberation’ in which he argues in favor of veganism, and his essay ‘Famine, Affluence and Morality’ in which he argues in favor of donating to the global poor. During this episode they talk about whether moral obligations depend on where you happen to be in the world, whether human happiness is comparative or absolute, Tyler Cowen’s book Stubborn Attachments, hedonic adaptations and whether the human race is happier now than it was a thousand years ago, and more.
Solo episodes in their entirety are usually available to subscribers only. Due to the importance of the subject matter, Coleman has decided to make this episode available to everyone. For member-only perks please consider joining at colemanhughes.org.    In this episode, Coleman discusses his views on race and police. A subject that has been on the lips of many since the death of George Floyd by the hands of police officers.  He will read an essay he wrote for City Journal called 'Stories and Data', while also providing some additional thoughts.
For exclusive member-only content become a CwC subscriber via https://colemanhughes.org/ In this episode, Coleman interviews Brian Greene, an American theoretical physicist, mathematician, and string theorist. During this episode they talk about Brian’s latest book ‘Until the End of Time’, consciousness, religion, the meaning of life, and more.
For exclusive member-only content become a CwC subscriber via https://colemanhughes.org/ In this episode, Coleman interviews Neil deGrasse Tyson, an American astrophysicist, author, and science communicator. In the first half of this episode, they talk about the progress that has been made in reducing racism since Neil was a child, and the prevalence of racial profiling and stereotyping in the mainstream media. In the second half, they talk about police brutality, different ways of passing data on police killing unarmed civilians, and whether an attitude of optimism or pessimism is warranted at this moment.
For exclusive member-only content become a CwC subscriber via https://colemanhughes.org/ Listen to the recording of a live Q&A Coleman hosted for his subscribers.   Recording date: June 14th, 2020.
Coleman talks to Steven Pinker, a Canadian-American cognitive psychologist, linguist, and popular science author. During this episode they discuss the death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers and the riots that followed, the Black Lives Matter movement, the broader discourse surrounding race in America, and more. For exclusive member-only content become a CwC subscriber via https://colemanhughes.org/
To hear the full interview consider becoming a member at https://colemanhughes.org/ In this episode, Coleman interviews Thomas Chatterton Williams, an American author, columnist and cultural critic. They talk about identity politics, the conflict between race consciousness and color blindness, reparations, the logic of diversity, and more.
Coleman talks to Chloé Valdary, an American writer and entrepreneur, about the rise of global antisemitism; the wealth gap; the injustices within American history and more.
To hear the full interview consider becoming a member at https://colemanhughes.org/ Coleman makes the case for color blindness in his latest solo episode for Patreon members.
Coleman talks to Jamil Jivani, author and social entrepreneur, about why young men are vulnerable to violence, Islam and the West, Black Lives Matter and more.
Coleman talks to John Pfaff, author and American law professor at Fordham University, about criminal justice, the true causes of mass incarceration and how to achieve reform. 
In this episode, Coleman has a chat with Annaka Harris, New York Times bestselling author of CONSCIOUS and the wife of Sam Harris about the notions of science, consciousness and AI. 
To hear the full interview consider becoming a member at https://colemanhughes.org/ Coleman talks about The 1619 Project and the Legacy of Slavery in his first solo episode for subscribers.
In this episode, Coleman has a chat with Sean Caroll an atheist theoretical physicist, specialising in quantum mechanics, gravity, and cosmology.
In this episode, Coleman has a chat with Katherine Franke — one of America's leading scholars on law, racial justice, and African American history.
In this episode, Coleman has a chat with John McWhorter - an American academic and linguist.
In this episode, Coleman talks to best-selling author, neuroscientist, and philosopher, Sam Harris about the reality of reparations, post-racialism, social justice thinking and more. Head to https://colemanhughes.org/ for more 
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Brian J Burke

Great interview, thanks

Sep 24th
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Jason Huntley

Secular morality is illogical and continously begs the question. That's why I love the theistic moral argument. And as Coleman demonstrated, there is a cognitive dissonance that exists, yet can't be justified from a naturalistic worldview.

Jul 30th
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Paul Holland

What a great discussion. This episode is going to be my be all and end all of these topics

Dec 18th
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