Brandon Warmke joins Christiane on the show today for a discussion of the importance of moral discourse. In recent years, you may have noticed a rise in the use of hyperbole and grand statement-making on social media, in the news or in political speeches. With his co-author Justin Tosi, Brandon Warmke explore this turn towards big, unapologetic statements in their book Moral Grandstanding: The Use and Abuse of Moral Talk.
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- Brandon Warmke
- Justin Tosi and Brandon Warmke, Moral Grandstanding: The Use and Abuse of Moral Talk
- “44 Texas Students Have Coronavirus after Spring Break Trip” (Please note that at the time of the interview, the title of this story was “28 Texas Students Have…” The title and number of students who tested positive have since changed as the story developed.)
- John Stuart Mill, “On Liberty“
- C. Thi Nguyen and Bekka Williams, “Moral Outrage Porn“
- Friedrich Nietzsche and “will to power“
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