Feminism and Human Nature - THE 'ART OF THINKING' Greg Scorzo with Paula Wright

Episode 14,   Oct 07, 2021, 10:36 AM

In this podcast Greg Scorzo chats to evolutionary theory scholar, writer, and comedian Paula Wright. We’ll be talking about the evolutionary origins of patriarchy, the biological vulnerability of women, feminism and safety culture, the impossibility of equality of outcome, the impossibility of ending violence against women, how intersectional Feminism disrupts the family, using twitter as a barometer for gauging public opinion, the public’s capitulation to rage, whether politics should go against nature, whether men who profess to be women are a danger to women, whether evolutionary psychology paints human nature as more left wing or right wing and whether autism makes one more immune to bad politics

Also available on YouTube

Also listen to recorded dialogues from Greg Scorzo's debut novel 'Love Before Covid,'  - traumatic (sur)realism at it's best. An experimental and extreme collection of real-time dialogues, traversing a complex moral maze of how love is being impacted by gender politics in these polarised political times. Exploring the nature of love and drawing focus to the dark side of romance, procreation and sex, it deals unsparingly with unpredictable behaviour, abuse, depravity and forgiveness. To find out what healthy love could be, this book explores what it shouldn’t be. "Where love rules, there is no will to power, and where power predominates, love is lacking. The one is the shadow of the other." - Carl Jung

Available from Troubador Publishing and all good bookshops.