Bitgenstein's Table: the Crypto Philosophy Podcast applies 2500 years of the wisest human thought in philosophy, psychology, sociology, history, and economics in order to learn how to make better decisions in the future of blockchain and cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, EOS, and more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bitgenstein/support
United States
15 episodes
since July 5, 2018


Immutability and privacy are key ideas in the blockchain space. Can they help us overcome the poor quality of our memories and of our bodies of evidence? * Subscribe at anchor.fm/bitgenstein ** Emendment: I misspoke in the aside on Aryan Migration, where I meant to say "Aryan Invasion." I don't deny many aspects of Indo-Aryan Migration theory from linguistics and other disciplines. * All music is my improvisation, except for the theme by J. Dickinson. Some improv alludes to that theme and to themes from Prison Break (Djawadi) and Scarbo (Ravel). Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bitgenstein/support
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