The Axiom Amnesia Theory

Episode 103: Programming Lines, Memes, & Political Correctness

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The Axiom Amnesia Theory

Heit & Cheri

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Episode 103: Programming Lines, Memes, & Political Correctness

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You need only take a peek below the surface to see that we've been programmed to line up, reduce our intellectual thought to simple memes, and reinforce the lies we've been fed though the use of political correctness. On this episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, Heit & Cheri have a philosophical conversation on topic spanning fear and suspicion of strangers to the human ego--challenging you to focus your attention on the glaring inconsistencies in the way we live our lives. Topics discussed include the concept of "free time" in school, rigid work and school hours, being programmed to stand in lines, talking to strangers, being suspicious of strangers, impact of technology on social interactions, whether online interactions are "real", fear and suspicion of strangers, human selfishness, the ego, whether misrepresentations with positive outcomes are good, photo memes, children prohibited from dressing up as gingerbread men because the school calls it racist, political correctness as a tool of undermining situations that are unjust, and more!
NMX and Nab Show, Las Vegas, April 2015