This is the first part of a conversation I had with Jeremy Cowan, who participated in my Summer 2021 Seminar on the economic theory of Distributism. Dr Cowan is a specialist in organic agriculture with a strong interest in its relationship to politics and economics. In this part of the conversation, we get into the polarizing character of current politics and how it gets in the way of imagining turning towards Distributism or any other alternative to our current corporate-dominated and state-supported capitalism. We discuss the strong agrarian strain in Distributism and whether that is still a relevant direction to change in today’s world.
Jeremy Cowan’s podcast “An Agrarian Perspective,” on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5f1neDAqa1iKzSu8Dqxx2v?si=0CEMfzvfT5y54TvCzkFWNA&utm_source=copy-link&dl_branch=1
Jeremy’s interview of me on “An Agrarian Perspective:” https://open.spotify.com/episode/1n2RK4DXId1Wj1eNljxQa6?si=hd4i3Qn9RwatbYAlf4eHBw&dl_branch=1
For more from me: https://lauriemjohnson.com/ https://politicalphilosophy.video.blog/
iTunes podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/political-philosophy-dr-laurie-m-johnson/id1473457784
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