In this episode of The Metaphysicist, the Metaphysicist’s Vicereign of the Internet, and the Devil’s Advocate, the Metaphysicist discusses non-trivialist relativism and whether society should require parenting licenses, defends (certain types of) colonization, and argues nobly in favor of eugenics. He also talks about the greatest airplane ever, the Anglo-French Concorde, and asseverates why abortion is evil. Most importantly, he answers the question What’s the deal with George Washington and the rakes?
Chris Glanzmann and Josh Jones explain their thoughts on Avengers: Endgame. The first section of the podcast is completely spoiler-free, covering the pair’s general opinion of the film, while the second section discusses specific segments of the movie.
Andrew Rosin consults the RHS administrative team in order to release a final report on the School Temperature.
Abgail Lenhard comments on an essay entitled “Privileged” by Kyle Korver, shooting guard for the Utah Jazz. Korver explains, “What I’m realizing is, no matter how passionately I commit to being an ally, and no matter how unwavering my support is for NBA and WNBA players of color….. I’m still in this conversation from the privileged perspective of opting in to it.”
Nick Speranza writes about his experience watching a competitive Overwatch tournament while surrounded by a unique community of fans in Philadelphia.
Debby Armstrong explains the origins of “blackface” and its recent relevance with politicians and the fashion industry. She also discusses Radnor’s experience with blackface through the lens of a 1980s yearbook.
In another Radnor Spaces, Garrett Spillerman describes his journey through Chanticleer and its history.
It’s here once more, boys; it’s assassin season. Abigail Lenhard recaps the first round so far, and delivers some important takeaways heading into this weekend. Have fun this weekend, stay safe, and happy hunting.
In this episode of The Metaphysicist, the Metaphysicist’s Vicereign of the Internet, and the Devil’s Advocate, The Metaphysicist addresses such topics as the relationship between neurochemistry and morality, why the picture of a black hole is not completely black, how we know that the moon landing happened, and why birds are not government surveillance instruments. He also explains why windmills (more properly called pinwheels) are terrible, discusses the symbolic significance of artificial light and his cowboy hat, and demolishes proponents of the singular they.
Morgan Wisehart and Estelle Atkinson report on the Radnor Township Board of Commissioners Meeting on April 8th. Check in twice a month for your brief update on township happenings!