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Episode Type: Listen to Learn
In this listen-to-learn episode of the Share Life podcast, I'm speaking with Jesse Nigro about Alasdair Macintyre's suggestion in After Virtue, emotivism, the enlightenment's failures, and whether we should choose Aristotle or Nietzsche.
Jesse is the editor-in-chief at the North American Anglican since 2012. He lives in Omaha, Nebraska with his wife and children where he teaches philosophy at a classical high school. Jesse has a BA in philosophy and an MA in theology.
My reason for asking him on the show resulted from reading his four-part essay series on the North American Anglican site titled Secular stories. After reading five of Alasdair Macintyre's books, I wanted someone who knew Macintyre's work well so that we could discuss these ideas and better make sense of them. We explore these concepts and others in this conversation.
A Quick Note About This Recording
If you're watching on video, you'll notice that Jesse's daughter Isabel is joining us in the conversation. Throughout the recording, you will hear her chiming in from time to time, particularly at the end. We hope you won't mind these mild noises:-)
Connect With Jesse Nigro
- Connect with Jesse | Website - Linkedin - Facebook - Instagram - Twitter
- Secular Stories Essay Series | Intro - Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4
- The North American Anglican | Website - Facebook - Twitter - Instagram
Notes, Links, & Video
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