Religion and Politics–Whoops, We Talked About Both (Jeremy Cowan Interview Part 3)

You know what they say… This is the third and final part of the interview I did with Dr Jeremy Cowan, an expert in organic and permaculture agriculture, we conclude our reflections on Distributism by breaking both taboos. In this one we deal with the role of religion and politics in changing the way we grow food, but we do more than that. We delve into questions such as why religion is often unhelpful and how it could be otherwise, why political divisions get in the way and what might solve that problem. We discuss the meaning of freedom and whether people really know what it means, etc.

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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