In this video, Jamie talks to atheist, vegan, activist philosopher and author, Floris van den Berg.We discuss Floris’ “Eco-Humanism”, his new book “On Green Liberty“, as well as how he is “not a moral realist, not a moral relativist, but a moral universalist.”
In this video, I talk to philosopher and co-founder of the World Transhumanist Organisation (now Humanity+), David Pearce.
“My enemy, which I will destroy, is arbitrariness!” New Sentientist Conversation with Stijn Bruers. Evidence, reason and compassion.
We’ve launched a Sentientism podcast! You’ll hear from celebrities, academics and activists about “what’s real?” and “what matters?”.
“The aim is to convince 8 billion people to use evidence & reason & extend universal compassion to all sentient beings, thereby solving all the world’s problems.” New podcast interview!
“Do you want a habitable planet for your children?” A Sentientist Conversation with Zion Lights. Addressing the climate challenge with evidence, reason and compassion.
In this Sentientist Conversation I talk to Law and Rights Lecturer and Author, Dr. Joe Wills. We talk about what’s real and what matters morally.
“We have a golden opportunity to re-imagine our relationships with non-human animals.”
Annika van den Born from Future Based and I discuss how naturalism and sentiocentrism come together in Sentientism. We discuss how “higher power” systems of thinking tend to warp compassionate ethics. We talk about the risks of environmental movements extending their moral circles too far (biocentrism, ecocentrism or holism) while often ignoring sentient non-human animals. We also talk about what a Sentientist utopia might look and how we might move towards it.
New York Times bestselling (4 times!) author and journalist AJ Jacobs experiments on himself to help us all learn. In this Sentientist Conversation he talks with Jamie about what he believes, what matters morally, and how his writing projects link to Sentientism’s tenets of evidence, reason and universal compassion.
Actress, author, recording artist and activist Carole Raphaelle Davis talks about what she believes and what matters to her.