Corey Nathan is an iconoclast and a free thinker in the best sense of the word. Like me, he hosts an amazing podcast – called Talkin’ Politics and Religion Without Killing Each Other. And like me, he shares a spirit of civil discourse with people of all views to work through the difficulties and pressing challenges of the moment. He’s part of a movement to reclaim the public square from internet trolls and light a path forward on how to talk about some of the most divisive topics in our body politics with sanity, clarity, and openness. Listen to this fascinating discussion as we compare notes on the art of podcasting, discuss where America as a country is headed and how the media can shape our dialogue for better or worse.
[00:01 – 11:20] – Opening segment
Dr. Rusha introduces Corey!
Distinguish the constitutional right of free speech
“Constitution of Knowledge” by Jonathan Rauch
[11:21 – 37:58] – Creating a Narrative Based On Data Points
Problem with cancel culture
Creating a narrative based on data points
Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community
Achieving a larger aim
Encourage to do good work
Influenced by prominent people
[37:59 – 37:45] – How Media Shapes The Dialogue For Better Or Worse
Living in a pluralistic society
Solution for legislation
Encouraged by decentralization
Varying degrees of success for generations
[37:46 – 53:21] – Closing Segment
Corey encourages listeners to follow him on social media and listen to his podcast!
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Corey Nathan – “We can learn about each other across our differences. We don’t have to come to conclusions and even find common ground.”
Corey Nathan – “I want to cultivate the conversations that I want more of in the culture.”
Dr. Rusha Modi – “If I’m not careful, I tend to see the blackness, not the luminescent.”
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