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A podcast by John Robson

Latest Episodes

Ask the Professor - Maxime Bernier's People's Party - February 20, 2019

What you think of Maxime Bernier's People's Party and its likely effects in the next federal election?

--2019 FEB 21
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Ask the Professor - Maxime Bernier's People's Party - February 20, 2019

Ask the Professor - Checking judges - February 13, 2019

If we allow judges to effectively make law, what is the check against those judges?

--2019 FEB 13
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Ask the Professor - Checking judges - February 13, 2019

Ask the Professor - Frankl on decision not condition - February 6, 2019

"some of our comrades behave like swines while others behave like saints. Man has both potentials within himself; which one is actualized depends on decisions not on conditions." - Victor Frankl "Man's Search for Meaning"

--2019 FEB 7
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Ask the Professor - Frankl on decision not condition - February 6, 2019

Ask the Professor - Completely private education - January 30, 2019

Was Ludwig von Mises right that "the state, the government, the laws must not in any way concern themselves with schooling or education. Public funds must not be used for such purposes. The rearing and instruction of youth must be left entirely to parents and to private associations and institutions."

--2019 JAN 30
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Ask the Professor - Completely private education - January 30, 2019

Ask the Professor - Notwithstanding - January 23, 2019

How can people call the Notwithstanding Clause "unconstitutional" when it's in our Constitution, and was included in the Charter of Rights specifically to protect Parliament's lawmaking authority given the newly increased importance of the judiciary?

--2019 JAN 23
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Ask the Professor - Notwithstanding - January 23, 2019

Ask the Professor - Nietzsche - January 16, 2019

What explains the fascination with Nietzsche?

--2019 JAN 16
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Ask the Professor - Nietzsche - January 16, 2019

Ask the Professor - Language Culture & the State - January 9, 2019

What role should the state play in protecting language and culture?

--2019 JAN 9
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Ask the Professor - Language Culture & the State - January 9, 2019

Ask the Professor - Lawlessness - January 2, 2019

What five questions would you use to add a Lawful-Lawless axis to the World's Smallest Political Quiz?

--2019 JAN 2
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Ask the Professor - Lawlessness - January 2, 2019

Ask the Professor - Fake News - December 12, 2018

How can we tell the "Fake news" from the fake news?

--2018 DEC 12
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Ask the Professor - Fake News - December 12, 2018

Ask the Professor - Believing in Canada - December 5, 2018

Given Americans’ far greater pride in their heritage of freedom do you ever get discouraged about Canada and think of moving south?

--2018 DEC 5
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Ask the Professor - Believing in Canada - December 5, 2018

Latest Episodes

Ask the Professor - Maxime Bernier's People's Party - February 20, 2019

What you think of Maxime Bernier's People's Party and its likely effects in the next federal election?

--2019 FEB 21
Comments
Ask the Professor - Maxime Bernier's People's Party - February 20, 2019

Ask the Professor - Checking judges - February 13, 2019

If we allow judges to effectively make law, what is the check against those judges?

--2019 FEB 13
Comments
Ask the Professor - Checking judges - February 13, 2019

Ask the Professor - Frankl on decision not condition - February 6, 2019

"some of our comrades behave like swines while others behave like saints. Man has both potentials within himself; which one is actualized depends on decisions not on conditions." - Victor Frankl "Man's Search for Meaning"

--2019 FEB 7
Comments
Ask the Professor - Frankl on decision not condition - February 6, 2019

Ask the Professor - Completely private education - January 30, 2019

Was Ludwig von Mises right that "the state, the government, the laws must not in any way concern themselves with schooling or education. Public funds must not be used for such purposes. The rearing and instruction of youth must be left entirely to parents and to private associations and institutions."

--2019 JAN 30
Comments
Ask the Professor - Completely private education - January 30, 2019

Ask the Professor - Notwithstanding - January 23, 2019

How can people call the Notwithstanding Clause "unconstitutional" when it's in our Constitution, and was included in the Charter of Rights specifically to protect Parliament's lawmaking authority given the newly increased importance of the judiciary?

--2019 JAN 23
Comments
Ask the Professor - Notwithstanding - January 23, 2019

Ask the Professor - Nietzsche - January 16, 2019

What explains the fascination with Nietzsche?

--2019 JAN 16
Comments
Ask the Professor - Nietzsche - January 16, 2019

Ask the Professor - Language Culture & the State - January 9, 2019

What role should the state play in protecting language and culture?

--2019 JAN 9
Comments
Ask the Professor - Language Culture & the State - January 9, 2019

Ask the Professor - Lawlessness - January 2, 2019

What five questions would you use to add a Lawful-Lawless axis to the World's Smallest Political Quiz?

--2019 JAN 2
Comments
Ask the Professor - Lawlessness - January 2, 2019

Ask the Professor - Fake News - December 12, 2018

How can we tell the "Fake news" from the fake news?

--2018 DEC 12
Comments
Ask the Professor - Fake News - December 12, 2018

Ask the Professor - Believing in Canada - December 5, 2018

Given Americans’ far greater pride in their heritage of freedom do you ever get discouraged about Canada and think of moving south?

--2018 DEC 5
Comments
Ask the Professor - Believing in Canada - December 5, 2018
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