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"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

03:42 min | Last month

"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"Very bad wizards is a podcast with philosopher. My dad and psychologist. David pizarro having an informal discussion about issues and signs and ethics. Please note that the discussion contains bad words. That i'm glad to say and knowing my dad. Some very inappropriate jokes which creates on that equal. Who wants to get out of. The womb starts playing favorites very bad man. Man plan always can have very very good man just a bad quiz. Welcome to very bad wizards. I'm tamila summers from the university of houston. Dave the philosopher. Peter begosian has resigned from portland state because of the retaliation he faced while standing up to illiberal ideologies. If i remember correctly you were pretty hard on the conceptual penis hoax. Do you want to take this moment to apologize. You're james lindsay and peter emotion and helen. Rose yeah okay. I saw this and i've seen you've probably seen a few times where somebody has pointed to our interview with james lindsay as the of turning point in his career. So you know. I take a little responsibility for for that. Although this is nine james lindsay. This is not okay he resigned. Then did you see his his tweets asking why no liberal journalists are looking to interview him. Then like that doesn't surprise me in the least you actually like copied like and like he's like i'm here you know like i'll these conservatives want to interview me but hosted sub stack like just like this horror story of how i was treated at portland state for just standing up for free speech. You know can you. Can you imagine like doing at cnn. Like asking for an interview. Somebody who's going to see that. Oh shit he's right. You know we dropped the ball like some manning billick imagine is gonna enter like nick kristoff or something like interview him like back from somalia especially. He's like an oregon guy to like..

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"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

05:03 min | Last month

"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"Very bad wizards is a podcast with philosopher. My dad and psychologist. David pizarro having an informal discussion about issues in science and ethics. Please note that the discussion contains bad words. That i'm allowed to say and knowing my dad. Some very inappropriate jokes no longer sit back and allow communist infiltration communist indoctrination communist subversion and the international communist conspiracy. The sappington purify all of our precious bodily fluids man plan and with always than you. Anybody can have good man destined wisit..

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"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

04:14 min | 2 months ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"Very bad wizards is a podcast with philosopher. My dad and psychologist. David pizarro having an informal discussion about issues and signs and ethics. Please note that the discussion contains bad words. That i'm allowed to say and knowing my dad. Some very inappropriate jokes. He'll serve played pool salt on it Bad man postman plan. And with all reason you can have a very very good man. Just a.

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"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

03:56 min | 2 months ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"Very bad wizards is a podcast with philosopher. My dad and psychologist. David pizarro having an informal discussion about issues and signs and ethics. Please note that the discussion contains bad words. That i'm allowed to say and knowing my dad. Some very inappropriate jokes not on your all spun because i know morale sexy Man who man plan and with all rains than you to anybody can have a brain very very good man just say bad.

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"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

02:11 min | 3 months ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"Essay has been a process of evolution from primitive beginnings process whose successive stages are characterized by an increasingly detailed and refined understanding of nature. But nothing has been said or will be said makes it a process of evolution toward anything. Inevitably that laguna will have disturbed. Many readers like david pizarro's. We are all deeply inc accustomed to seeing signs as the one enterprise that draws constantly nearer to some goals set by nature in advance but need there be any such goal. Can we not account for both science czyz existence and its success in terms of evolution from the community state of knowledge at any given time. Does it really helped to imagine that. There is some one full objective. True account of nature and the proper measure of scientific achievement is the extent to which brings us closer to that ultimate goal if we can learn to substitute evolution from what we do know for evolution toward what we wish to know a number of vexing problems may vanish and process somewhere in this as for example must lie the problem of induction. So i think that's the idea is that he's not saying that we don't evolve in that we don't get better and more refined and more successful as we evolve the only thing that he's resisting this idea that nature and the universe has set this goal that we're trying to reach in advance and that's the thing we're moving successively closer to With each scientific Advancement rather there's just new things that we want a new new things that we wanna know new ways that we want to approach the universe and that's the way the evolution and some of those things are set by You know something in nature. Some of those things are set by just where we're under You know new things we want to understand. All of them are constrained in some parts. By the fact that we're limited creatures and practicing we using limited methods again. It's confusing epistemology and oncology in in a weird way But i don't see anything.

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"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

04:28 min | 3 months ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"Very bad wizards is a podcast with philosopher. My dad and psychologist. David pizarro having an informal discussion about issues and signs and ethics. Please note that the discussion contains bad words. That i'm allowed to say and knowing my dad. Some very inappropriate jokes arthur. I'm seeing things that lot more clearly. Now i wish things were different but it won't also changed Postman plan and with walgreens. Anybody can have very good man. Just say bad.

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"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

02:42 min | 4 months ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"I mean to be fair to the study. I don't think like you're taking your facebook picture. You're thinking i want to show people that i am a fiscal conservative progressive on social issues. Or something right. It'd be interesting to see. Like this is where i think. It would be interesting to pair this up with some sort of anthropology. Look at old timey pictures. They were all posed a certain way. There might be trends that sort of sweep through facebook where people tend to pose a certain way like there's more i'll never forget simeon vizier. Who's a psychologist formerly of the black. Oh podcast is that over. It's over that's why alexis we talk about that Powell you'll embar was left at the altar now one psychologist college no beers so they recently released episode. We're mickey announced that he's leaving. And i think we should give me a bit of a hard time. Because he said one of the things he said was. I think i've said all. I have to say it was like really really nikki. I don't know maybe he doesn't have that much to say here. He's a professor used to say anyway. Alexa tell it is the new co hosts and I think podcast gonna improve quite a bit but but bomb voyage. Mickey pablo to me was pointing out. That like you could tell a big five personality traits from people's pictures and one of the things she said during the talk. If i recall correctly you think it's hard like you think this is like cool and crazy but really like just imagine and then she did a motion of holding up your phone like really high and just like posing a certain way where it's like. Yeah that he's a narcissist and it just turns out that it is correlated with narcissism. Like the way that you take yourself. He's right So yeah. I'm not a narcissist with how i take selfies your Your dog is all your pictures. Say but about your sexual orientation. It's pretty straightforward. You look literal dog whistle right all right. We'll be right back with david pizarro. Talk about some of his new research. This episode is brought to you by wine dot com. You know.

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"david pizarro" Discussed on Empowered AF

Empowered AF

08:32 min | 8 months ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on Empowered AF

"Guys. Mark santiago walk into empowered f. This week i've got a guest. I feel like. I've been doing a lot of guests lately. But but all these really co- people been coming into my life. And i've got with me today. David pizarro who is a men's family law attorney based in california. welcome david. Hey mark how you doing. I'm good man. It's kind of funny because you know in the world that we're in. It's kind of niche right. Like there's not there's not a hundred people doing exactly the same thing you know. Maybe there's family law attorneys a specialized in men. But i've never met any and so you know. In my attorney you know he worked with both men and females and hadn't really come across anybody like you so when you reach out to me. It was just kind of a new coincidence. I got to be on your podcast. Now you get to be on my podcast. I think this is going to be a valuable session for anybody. That is either facing divorce as a man. Or you're thinking about filing for divorce even yourself. David got some really good nuggets of wisdom that he can share from an attorney perspective now again. We obviously have to caveat this say david california licensed in based so therefore he has to give general ed by so with that said i know that you guys are probably thinking what what does he can. Tell me all these things and say to the end. Because we've got a great offer that we wanna give you But i think you're going to really benefit from the david david without further. Do tell me a little bit about your practice just that we have an understanding of. How long have you been doing it. Make sure you're actually legit. You're not full of shit. Basically thank you thank you. Yeah i've been doing this twenty twenty one years now. I've had men come into my office. And they sit down to my chair and they'll look at me and they're like it's over i want out. What's it gonna cost me kick. And i'm like bobo. And the thing with men as they want solutions they want solutions now and the problem is in family court solutions. Now don't generally work. Well that's one of the problems is because we're dealing with family the motions and kids and there's all this other stuff so the answer is that we have to actually go in with a strategy and thus real different between men and women in family court is women strategize dude like cheers cures were strategy like paying off their credit card bills. Making sure your stay high so the way you get divorced you get stuck with. The debt may be liable for half out. But it's still on your credit report. It's interesting because i think like you just said that perfect point of men wanna go in and go. Just bulldoze everything and go. Just tell me what it's gonna cost me how they don't want to face the pain that on face any of it and that's that's what we see in our programs we see guys come into our group and all that all this pain and so they go to a family law turning say okay. Let's just get this over with or she filed. Now what do i do. How do i save my ass all of these things but the key thing that i think you said there was long term strategy that if you come in with a short term focus you're gonna be fox like you're you're literally gonna be fucked in the end like you said that. Tell me about like what are some like. Just real quick two or three mistakes you commonly see with men are coming in with that term mindset to the number one the may make is going to court thinking that they can just go in. Tell the judge. They're sited story and that's gonna be good enough they can go maybe be like i'm a great dad. And get fifty percent custodial timeshare. It's like danny going to help. The other thing they do. Is they go to court. They don't get what they want. They haven't talked to lawyer yet. Avenue bothered to consult with anybody. They know with the lies because they thought boston legal like five years ago. And then they're calling me going. I just got screwed court fix it. I'm like okay. We need to like back truck here buddy. Use them thinking about the real picture. One of the problems is men. Don't think about the whole picture. They think about just what they want. Not what the kids need. Not what she wants not with the courts want so if they can just do a little bit more pre-planning they'll end up in a much better position. Yes so it goes back to this idea that that divorce is. It's a long term solution in every sense of the word right the final it or at least in the sense of that particular marriage is over so when it's filed with the courts and all those things it is a long process you don't usually get divorced in a month. I think the minimum. I've ever heard is like three months. And that's the completely amicable. Everybody sat down to mediation table. And it just worked. Very few of those happened but they do sometimes happen but in the general sense of it. It's a long term play mine took a year to actually get done from front to back and i didn't even have a ton assets at the time to divide up. It was just the process of going through things back and forth. So what you're saying is is the guys need to calm with the mentality of. This isn't something that might be over in three weeks. This is something that might take a while. And i need to be prepared in every sense of the word. So what are the types of things they should be doing to get prepared you know. Should they talk to a lawyer before they go to court. Should they talk to learn when they get when they first get that final like one. Should he be doing that. They should totally be talking to lawyer six months before. They're even really serious about doing the stuff. Frankly i think they should talk with art before they get married they really. They don't understand what you're doing. Yeah what kind of premarital planning to most people have well. She does all of the party ceremony all the guests. It's his jobs where talk show up semi sober pay for not even out her pace for some winning great. I mean it's just like so. They know what they don't know to begin with and then they go in and they try and like talk their way through something and they're just getting themselves up for trump so they could just start going on a little bit more advice a little bit more direction a little more actual information beforehand. The be much better off. Got it so it sounds like when when this 'cause i do a lot more on the other side where guys are they receive a filing or they say my wife is about to file for divorce or all those things that i usually tell them. Go talk to an attorney like know what your rights are like. What are the kinds of things they should be asking. Attorney because your california base and so the laws. They're going to be different from idaho kentucky arizona or whatever what are the kinds of things they should be looking for when they're going to hire a family law attorney the laws are going to be different everywhere but the issues are going to be the same right. Oh we've got kids. We've got property. We got money and all of that. You have to go and talk to lawyer about a layout for them. These are the big issues in our relationship you know. Some people have a lot of property in no kids. Some people have a lot of kids know property that actually excuse me the way that works usually so if you go in and and one of things i have is a chuck last for guys go in and be like these are the issues. This is what. I've got so that you can go in and tell a lawyer exactly what you have. Those you can cut right to the checks. A lot of times guys are like well. We got married twenty years ago. Well i i don't care i need to know there's a beach i don't need to know every grain sand so something i you know guys. Toss around all the time and again. I don't give legal advice. I just tell them. Hey you might want to lure about this. But it sounds like a bad idea. And so i want to hear your thoughts on this and i don't want to paint you in a corner so if you go. Hey that's a legal thing. I can't talk about you tell me that. Here's what i hear. A lot is especially from guys who are successful in business or who make a lot of money. What they will do is go. I think she's going to file divorce so they start putting money in other places and they start trying to hide money. Is that a good idea or a bad idea. Okay it is a vatted yet. You hide money. It is not a bad idea to shelter money. Google can you. Can you speak to that. Sounds really interests. Yes yes i can't because here's what's going to happen. Is she starting to think about divorce. She's paying off your credit card bills. So she's going to have all been available for an emergency and the other thing she's doing she's going at you shopping putting something on a debit card or credit card and then returning it couch stockpiling cash. Safer mad as you need to do that. Same thing.

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"david pizarro" Discussed on Mommy & Me Not PG

Mommy & Me Not PG

04:29 min | 11 months ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on Mommy & Me Not PG

"Hey guys it's mommy and me not. Pg and i'm victoria. And i'm leslie and we have a special guest. Today is me dad. This is david pizarro joining us today so we didn't tell you why you'd be on the podcast so my first question for you is where were you born. And where did you move to. Well i was born in puerto rico by among and we moved to connecticut. Yeah i was. I believe i was nine and then. How long did you live connecticut for lived there. I was twenty. And what was that like for you. What was it like moving. Rose cool when i was younger. You know but what i saw growing up. It was crazy but you live and learn. I guess whether i see. I see i grew up in a hood. You know i grew up in a bad place in bridgeport connecticut. You talk about connecticut. people all connecticut. that's nice. yeah no. I lived in a project as. Oh what's the name p.t. Barnum would like p.t. Barnum circus whatever. Yeah that's one of the worst projects in connecticut. And so i saw people get shot dead. You know drug dealers people doing drugs. What are you thinking about. The worst thing i saw and when you were young you saw future for yourself. Did that change as you grew up at chain. You remember having a future being in puerto rico. Do you remember having a future when you moved things. Change as you grew up future was leaving bridgeport. I wanna go somewhere too. Many people you know to people around you are dying and you know you to step forward and you end up at the back of the line you know so i wanted to get out of there. I was tired. I want to get out of it. You know go somewhere else. Start a new life. You know so basically newer twenty years old when you got out. Did you envision or being that your life would be the way it is today..

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"david pizarro" Discussed on Global Optimum

Global Optimum

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on Global Optimum

"I think small is it's better. If you give even a small amount of money than you're at least thinking about where your money can be used most effectively and you're getting in the habit of giving i've discussed this before so i won't belabor the point but i shall say once again that if it would be a financial burden erdan for you to donate even small amounts of money than doing nothing is the better option. That's it for my discussion of how how altruistic you should be. There's no one-size-fits-all answer but i would say that a black and white view of the world wear air extreme altruistic are good people and everyone else's bad seems to me clearly wrong and counterproductive. If you're trying to get physically fit you shouldn't expect to ever be perfectly fit whatever that means and given that you are a human you you should expect to cheat on your diet and sometimes skip out on going to the gym. Occasionally likewise humans can't reasonably really expect to be perfectly altruistic or flawless in their pursuit of altruism that said when all of us flawed flawed altruistic get together and do our thing. The world does actually get better. That seems pretty cool <music> in this segment. I recommend some bit of media that you are. Perhaps unfamiliar with this episodes. Wreck is the podcast last very bad wizards. This podcast is hosted by the psychologist david pizarro and the philosopher tamla summers they discuss hot topics topics in psychology and philosophy with an emphasis on morality. I'm going to recommend to episodes in particular because they are relevant to what i talked about in the previous segment. If you'd like to hear another critique of utilitarianism that i did not cover checkout episode one thirty five utilitarianism and and moral identity if you wanna hear more about moral uncertainty you can listen to an interview with will mccaskill episode one forty-seven effective altruism and moral uncertainty other guests featured on the podcast include paul bloom josh nob- will wilkinson joe henrik and sam harris. other guests featured on the podcast include paul bloom josh nob- will wilkinson joe henrik and sam harris. If you wanna learn more about what is right and good and just and you have a sec check this wreck wreck. That's it for this episode. The sources that i've referred to throughout the episode including this week's wreck can be found in the show notes now. Go forth and make history <hes> <music>.

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"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

13:22 min | 2 years ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"Nothing. You're not actually trying to fix the problems. You feel like you've done your job. My job is done here. After you've posted on facebook your condemnatory thing that will only reach everybody who already agrees raise with you. I mean so there's there's a lot of overlap here with criticized the moral grandstanding stuff that we talked about so i think that yeah so they're two to separate critiques which i don't think they have time to fully develop the one is that you don't actually get out there in the real world and try to solve the problems and then there's the other thing where you are getting this more cartoonish lack of nuanced view you of people that when you do interact with them you will now view them in a way that it's it's both not accurate and and it will be unproductive in terms of coming to some sort of agreement you will just be basking in your smugness about them rather than gauging them. I'm in a serious way right like they say more immoral that over time that even develop a less nuanced more easily inflamed sense of right and wrong to increase their roll outrage so you can automate you can quickly put somebody into the evil been and that's a quick and easy way to get you inflamed without really you're listening to them but i think there is a big a big difference so when i was talking about a power-washing porn i get that sense of satisfaction at the end but i'm i'm very aware that it's raw that it's false. I'm very aware that i've been sort of tricked like i should probably power wash my deck right but i'm not going to this place. I'm trickling mine. Tuition is that moral outrage in the forty cents is you're less less clear that you have actually done nothing when you express them. You feel like you actually have done the thing that you need to do which is expressed. It would be like you really if you felt like like you had sex with the morningstar or whatever if he will ask you like how many people have you had sex with and you're like oh. Probably i mean just in the last couple yeah no. That's a great point. I think that's right is in that sense. It's more insidious because it's not those was things are transparent to you. It's like obvious to you upon introspection that it was porn not hence the guilty feeling at the end of your sort of dejection you don't have that dejection after posting no right and in fact that like you do kinda get the sense that that some people have lost any sense that that isn't just all that's expected and the there is actually this kind of more difficult more more complex messy engagement with the real world. I mean that's overstating it probably but i think you're right that the people who do this the most are probably the people who would least think of what they're doing. As point i mean they take it seriously like to call back to our our previous discussion on trolling this is this is not insincere. This is sincere. They think that it is their job. I actually was sitting next to a guy. I was on one of the shuttle's to the rental rental car place and i saw guy sitting next to me scrolling through his twitter feed and in the space of two minutes he must've tweeted really early quick off the cuff like three or four replies to something that trump had done with like exactly this outrage just and i couldn't believe it. I in this guy was like probably in his fifties. The lesson as always is guard your your electronics when you're sitting the next david pizarro too but i think in a lot of cases. They're doing it because they think this is the right thing to do. We can't normalize. Is this kind of behavior so in that sense. I don't think maybe porn is the right analogy for it so i was gonna say maybe moral outrage porn is giving important a bad name that's right actually but it is there is no other kind of porn that i can think of <hes> in this in this generic sense of the report that where a negative emotion is the target where usually it's just this actual goods like the who we are riling ourselves up in this in this maybe calling it. A negative emotion isn't fair but it certainly is more like anger and you know maybe like you know tragedies. You know really sad tear jerker movies or you know are these kind of greek tragedies where the goal is to evoke grief and roy or fear and sadness and but those feel like they make you think more or like contemplate the misery of existence or or the tragedy of life yeah within a distance that you know that you have that you're you're not confronting about well. I don't think i actually had sex with my mother and killed my father and tore out my eyes. Those-those those those feel like closer to proxies for real life situations like they're allowing us true practice for maybe feeling those emotions and realized ah maybe not but at least it's closer to that in and and something that's poor knee is not really like and that's interesting because we don't i don't think of these other necessarily as practice in the way that we think of with great works of art and specifically maybe tragedy yeah. I me and you wouldn't call hamlet decision. Foreigners something something different. Although the the idea is sort of similar where you're you're getting vicarious access to certain kinds of situations that you wouldn't have had before for that that that's a separate. I mean this is. I guess where the i know it. When i see it you know the famous court thing but the difference between art and porn is a separate it kind of distinction that right so i was thinking about this this difference between practice art is in this separate category but you can imagine agean that i was talking about power-washing or real estate or closet organizing if if it's a how-to if it's a step by i step instructional on how to do something it ceases to be porn yeah. It's it's it's it's it's only poor and when all you get is that satisfying swag moment right like that oh that looks really cool right so they end their with interesting analogy where they say recall a traditional worry about sexual pornography that it evokes pleasure by portraying sexuality and unrealistic terms and that consumers of sexual actual pornography than risk exporting unrealistic expectations to the real world of sex with potentially disastrous consequences so i think the idea <hes> is that some kid is going to you know wait. Why am i not doing like a forty person. Reverse gang bang uh-huh and then he tried to plant it and has invites forty female like eighth grade classmates to his birthday party like why not we would like. I haven't even blown out the kea yeah <hes> so and then they say the equivalent worry with moral outrage porn is that its consumers having simplified their moral systems for the sake of self righteous it just pleasure will take that cartoon morality with them when they engage with the real world. We may already be seeing the results now. I don't know specifically typically what they're referring to but probably that we have maybe polarization where we're no longer engaging with people who disagree very with us because we have this cartoonist sense of what they believe and how much better we are than them right so i was i. I was ready to disagree in the sense that i think that in our everyday social lives we still maintain the nuance unless unless by real life you mean twitter social media whatever but there is a way that but then i thought about those people who who <hes> refuse i've mentioned this. We've talked about it on podcast before people who refuse to talk to somebody as soon as they find out there trump supporter right right like so. I've seen people just walk away like like literally with no with no further comment no good bye. No i disagree just walkaway people have described tinder dates or whatever that ended the moment. Somebody brought up their political beliefs. They just get up and leave so in that in that sense then then maybe i can see the the results of this but i still i still think that in general we maintain you know and i guess i feel this way about about sexual pornography. I think in general you know the you have to maintain some sense of realism when you're engaging with other real human beings in social context yeah yeah and i think well. I think it's true that we tend to interact less with people we disagree with. I'm not sure it's because of of moral outrage point. I think it's i think it might be these other factors where just more segmented but when people do interact with others. There's who disagree with them on. Maybe some fundamental levels you know i'm always amazed when my classes which are very mixed politically how how how well students can with a lot of maturity just tackle disagreements that they feel really strongly only about abortion as a great example even politics although there aren't that many even in the south there aren't that many trump's the open trump's lawyers and my mic lee right right so they might be they might be keeping quiet but but it's it's that's not the same as a disastrous consequence. You know there's right yeah. Yeah and i don't know you know i've. I've heard i've heard from many professors. Mostly league good stories about how he traction classrooms goes when people disagree in almost always with some sort of sense of surprise that that people can you can disagree so maturely but i don't know why why the surprise i've not heard very many stories of it going terribly wrong. It's funny because i agree. I've had the same experience variance everyone. I talked to express his that same you know a it seems like they've had a similar kind of experience that i have and yet when you look at the media you you wouldn't think that like the media way. The media is portraying. The classroom right now is very different than i think how the classroom actually is. That's just a product of this different kind of outrage porn where now it's an outreach yet liberals for being intolerant and well yeah yeah. It's what were were. They even mentioned in the article outrage it outrage have yeah although they talk about it in terms of civility. I think this is different. This is more of the kind of outrage that i the outrage reporting that i have. Which is the outrage just that people are giving a cartoonish depiction of college campuses. I don't care that they're being uncivil. I just think they're just being inaccurate and they're being inaccurate her as always with this discussion and we'll get people giving examples which is fine like if you have examples of it really going poorly i. I think that it's hard to get data on how many people stay jake quiet yeah because they're afraid so so who knows about that but at least at least i don't think that the instances of say people yelling at each other and storming <music> out. Are you know. I don't think i mean and partly one of the reasons people may stay. Quiet is because of the misleading impression that the media has given about what would happen if you didn't stay quiet so you know this is a problem that sort of feeds itself and becomes true. That's a that's a good point. It's a little piece in your right like i for some reason i just automatically assume this was the stone the the new york times philosophy periodic philosophy column but this was just right in the new york times so congratulations becca williams and although i don't know him a. c. t. no-one allergies for butchering releases..

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"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

15:26 min | 2 years ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"Very bad wizards is a podcast with philosopher. My dad and psychologist david pizarro having an informal discussion about issues in science and ethics. Please note at the discussion contains bad words that i'm glad to say and knowing my dad some very inappropriate jokes. Do you know what's most painful <music>. The most painful thing is higher is the ingratitude <music> breath man the plan thank you i can handle very just to say bad.

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"david pizarro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

14:59 min | 2 years ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"For thirty podcasts. Our next guest is a psychology professor at Cornell who studies how people make moral and ethical judgments, which please welcome. David, pizarro. David, what do you have forced tonight, suppose that you walked into a public restroom? And there's whatever comes next is not. And there's a just a mess and unflushed toilet. How disgusted would you be say? Ten really really, really disgusted zero wouldn't buy this one goes to eleven. What's in the toilet as low as five as high as ten but probably be in the three to six really? It's been some stuff. My follow-up is what do you think this has to do with who you voted for? In the last election, say the presidential election. And do you study discuss discuss? I'm, I'm really he's disgusted so it's difficult thing to do. But that's what grad students were for. All right. So the example, you're using unflushed with us different, one of my favorite samples, actually, how disgusting would you be? If you took a sip of soda can and realize it wasn't yours. It was a stranger. People are zero zero. Yeah. I ate food out backstage of literally every might play. Yes, you want. I didn't even know whose it was. That up because I thought that was really strange sting, so you're looking at how the most is disgusted emotion. By the way, most people, call it emotion. I mean, there's some debate because it seems a little different from the other emotions because it's so reflexive but I think most people who study discussed would call it an emotion. But what you're getting at is your research, is about the relationship between disgust and political -ffiliated, that's right political orientation. So how conservative or liberal, are you on, on the spectrum, and what we found the more discussed you were the more likely you're to say you were conservative. We've now looked at this across different countries in different languages. We keep finding this relationship. The more easily disgusted, people say, they are the more likely they are to be toward the right of the scale less easily just let me ask you. So there's a question we came across in a series we've been doing on creativity. And especially if you're in the creative arts, the political orientation is way, way left and so that. Led to conversations about is there something about creativity in the arts that is correlated with liberalism, because if you think of liberalism is essentially wanting to change the state of the thing, and conservatism as an attitude toward traditionalism. I'm curious, whether you have anything to say about the mechanism by which that kind of relationship makes. Yeah. That's been the most interesting question to us. Because if you just demonstrate a relationship that doesn't get at the heart of the question the question was, what is the nature of this relationship? So one way to ask that is what part of conservatism is really being captured by this. And so in looking at various measures, what we see is exactly what you said, Stephen, it's, it's the traditional ISM aspect keeping things the way they are. So the old ways of doing things are good. Don't do the new things. This shows up in other ways that you can ask the question. So one of the big findings in personality psychology is dimension called openness to experience people who are more liberal very high in openness to experience. They wanna try out things people who are more conservative very low, in openness to experience, so. You can see disgust as one of those emotions, that's kind of, like, well, I have a set level how risky do I wanna behave for rewards? So do I try new food Phillies it true? Then that picky eaters, and hypochondriacs are more likely to be politically conservative. I don't know..

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"david pizarro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's a very good question. That would be your prediction, right prediction. Although I whenever I talk about this up, I always wanna point out that this isn't like, you know, it's not as if how gross out, you are is like one hundred percent predictive about between three and ten percent of why you might be liberal or conservative seems to be captured by discussed measures. Hey, something I've wondered about a long time is the people who care for sick people. Let's say I'm astonished that they're able to do it so, well and regularly cetera. And I often wonder is that acclimation or is it a trait? That's a really good question. And in fact, Angela's colleague at Pennsylvania hall Rosin pioneers studied this did a study looking at med students. I your med students asking this question. Trying to see if, if you ask a bunch of questions like the ones, I asked you like in general, how easily disgusted argue in everyday life, and you get a score. So if we asked everybody here, they're a nice normal distribution. Some people are really easily. Some people are not. He was asking those questions of incoming students, and what he found was that most students were like the rest of the population coming in after a year medical school when, as you might know you have to poke into bodies and you get used to Bali flu. It's odd stuff. They were less disgusted when it came to that stuff. But not in general, they were still disgusted by all the other stuff, but they acclimated. So they answered your questions. We are really good acclimating to specific things anybody who's a parent knows you get used to certain things, Cody David Pizarro's been telling about the politics of disgust, which are really interesting and lead to a lot of interesting thoughts and questions anything factual, we should know this isn't exactly factor. But I wanna go back to how you actually measure discussed you ask people about hypothetical scenarios, and ask them to rate, how discuss. That other people have done the work of correlating. Disgusting actually discussing. They've brought people into the lab, and they've asked him to do really gross, but safe things. So would you eat a piece of chocolate shaped like dog poop? Right. I think Angeles answer says less about her liberalism, than about her chocolate attitude. A noisy measure, David, Pizarro. Thank you. Next, these professor of mechanical engineering at university of Pittsburgh, which please welcome Catherine horn. Bossom. Katherine, it is nice to have. You are our last guest tonight. So make it good. What do you have for us? So if I handed you a bucket filled with water and laundry, detergent, and asked you to tackle global warming. What would you do? That's so easy. Would wash something I would make a giant bubble bath. And detergents, hey, hey, saying, don't, yuck. My. I would make a giant bubble bath, and I would invite the climate lions and the climate lambs to lie down together in the bubble bath and relax and proceed to have an impure coll- Thane conversation about the best ways to address climate change. That's what I would do with the big bucket of soapy water. I really liked that approach. Are we done here? I can't say, I wrote about that approach and my paper, do you have any other suggestions? I don't really know what's in laundry, deter. Can you give me a I've actually talking about the active ingredient, sodium carbonate? I don't know if that helps. Carbonate or very similar. Sky, not quite, what would it be washed? Are you throw a bubble bath in the air? No, like one of those geo engineering schemes that run a giant hose into the stratosphere and spray out. Some benign material that reflects sunlight that kind of thing, not quite that is very creative approach. So I'll give you guys a little bit of a hint. So I'm going to send you a coal power plants with this bucket of water and detergent. So what is the specific, I guess, byproduct or whatever of, of coal burning or that's bad, and then we'll maybe we'll be little close. There are lot of things that come out of coal that are bad. Some of them thankfully, we already have regulations against things like SOX, NOx already scrub a lot of the crap that comes off of coal plants, can you give the full name of SOX and NOx, please, so sulfur?.

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"david pizarro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Is a psychology professor at Cornell who studies how people make moral and ethical judgements, would you, please welcome? David, pizarro. David, what do you have forced tonight, suppose that you walked into a public restroom? And there's whatever comes next is not. And there's a just a mess and unflushed toilet. How does custard would you be say ten really really, really disgusted zero wooden? This one goes to eleven. What's in the toilet as low as five as high as ten in the three to six ring really? It's been some stuff. My follow-up is what do you think this has to do with who you voted for? In the last election, say the presidential election. And do you study discuss discuss? I'm, I'm really he's disgusted. So it's a difficult thing to do. But that's what grad students were for. All right. So the example you're using is an unflushed, toilet, could, you could use different one of my favorite examples. Actually how discussing would you be if you took a sip of soda can and realize it wasn't yours? It was a stranger. Yeah. Hero zero. Yeah I ate food out backstage on literally every might play. Yeah. I didn't even know who it was. That up because I thought that was really strange. So you're looking at how the mode is disgusted emotion. By the way, most people, call it emotion. I mean, there's some debate because it seems a little different from the other emotions because it's so reflexive but I think most people who study discussed would call it an emotion. But what you're getting at is year research, is about the relationship between disgust and political -ffiliated, that's right political orientation. So how conservative or liberal, are you on, on the spectrum, and what we found the more discussed you were the more likely you were to say you were conservative? We've now looked at this across different countries in different languages. We keep finding this relationship more easily discuss. People say, they are the more likely they are to be toward the right of the scale, lessees for let me ask you a question, we came across in a series, we've been doing on creativity. And especially if you're in the creative arts, the political orientation is way way left. And so that led to conversations about is there something about creativity in the arts. That is correlated with liberalism, because if you think of liberalism is essentially wanting to change the state of the thing, and conservatism as an attitude toward traditionalism. I'm curious, whether you have anything to say about the mechanism by which that kind of relationship makes that's been the most interesting question to us. Because if you just demonstrate a relationship that doesn't get at the heart of the question the question was, what is the nature of this relationship? So one way to ask that is what part of conservatism is really being captured by this. And so in looking at various measures, what we see is exactly what you said, Stephen. It's true. It's the traditional ISM aspect keeping things the way they are. So the old ways of doing things are good. Don't do the new things. This shows up in other ways that you can ask the question. So one of the big findings in personality psychology is the dimension called openness to experience people who are more liberal very high in openness to experience. They, they wanna try out anything's people who are more conservative or low in openness to experience, so you can see discussed as one of those emotions, that's kind of like. Well, I have a set level how risky do I wanna behave for rewards? So do I try new food Phillies it true? Then that picky eaters, and hypochondriacs are more likely to be politically conservative. To the key leaders..

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"david pizarro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"David. What do you have forced tonight suppose that you walked into a public restroom, and there's whatever comes next is not. And there's a just a mess and unflushed toilet. How disgusted would you be say ten really really really disgusted zero wouldn't buy. This one goes to eleven. On what's in the toilet as low as five as high as ten I'd probably be in the three to six ring, really? Since some stuff. My follow-up is what do you think this has to do with who you voted for? In the last election say the president-elect and do you study discuss this guy? I'm I'm really easily disgusted. So it's a difficult thing to do. But that's what grad students are for. All right. So the example, you're using is an unflushed you could use different one of my favorite examples. Actually, how disgusted would you be? If you took a sip of a soda can and realize it wasn't yours. It was a stranger. People are zero zero. Yeah, I ate food outback state on literally every might play. You didn't even know who it was. That up because I thought that was really strange. So you're looking at how the emotion is disgusted emotion, by the way, most people call it an emotion. I mean, there's some debate because it seems a little different from the other emotions because it's so reflexive. But I think most people who study discussed would call it an emotion, but what you're getting at is your research is about the relationship between disgust and political -ffiliated, that's right, political orientation, so how conservative or liberal are you on on the spectrum and what we found. The more disgusted. You were the more likely to say you were conservative. We've now looked at this across different countries in different languages. We keep finding this relationship. The more easily discusses people say they are the more likely they are to be for the right of the scale less easily. Just let me ask you. So there's a question we came across in a series, we've been doing on creativity. And especially if you're in the creative arts, the political orientation is way way left, and so that led to conversations about is there something about creativity in the arts. That is correlated with liberalism because if you think of liberalism is essentially wanting to change the state of the thing and conservatism as an attitude toward traditionalism, I'm curious whether you have anything to say about the mechanism by which that kind of relationship may exist. Yeah. That's been the most interesting question to us because if you just demonstrate a relationship that doesn't get at the heart of the question the question was what is the nature of this relationship? So one way to ask that is what part of conservatism is really being captured by this. And so in looking at various measures. What we see is exactly what you said, Stephen. It's true. It's the traditional ISM aspect keeping things the way they are. So the old ways of doing things are good. Don't do the new things this shows up in other ways that you can ask the question. So one of the big findings in personality psychology is the dimension called openness to experience people who are more liberal or very high in openness to experience. They wanna try things people who are more conservative very low in openness to experience. So you can see disgust as one of those emotions that's kind of like. Well, I have a set level. How risky do I wanna behave for a reward? So do I try new food Phillies? It true then that picky eaters, and hypochondriacs are more likely to be politically conservative. I don't know the answer to the Bikita. That's a very good question. That would be your prediction. Right prediction. Although I whenever I talk about this. If I always wanna point out that this isn't like, you know, it's not as if how gross out you are as one hundred percent predictive about between three and ten percent of why you might be liberal or conservative seems to be captured by discussed measures. Hey, something I've wondered about a long time is the people who care for sick people. Let's say I'm astonished that they're able to do it so well and regularly cetera. And I often wonder is that acclamation or is it a trait? That's a it's really a question. And in fact, Angela's colleague at Pennsylvania, Paul Rosin gonna pioneers studied this did a study looking at med students. I you're mad students asking this question. Trying to see if if you ask a bunch of questions like the ones, I asked you like in general how easily disgusted argue in everyday life, and you get a score. So we asked everybody here. They're a nice normal distribution. Some people are really easily. Some people are not he was asking those questions of incoming med students. And what he found was that most students were like the rest of the population coming in after a year of medical school when as you might know you have to poke into bodies and you get used to Bali fluids, odd stuff. They were less disgusted when it came to that stuff. But not in general, they were still disgusted by all the other stuff, but they acclimated. So they answered your question is we are really good at acclimating to specific things anybody who's a parent knows you get used to certain things. Jody Avirgan, David. Pizarro has been telling us about the politics of disgust, which are really interesting and lead to a lot of interesting thoughts and questions anything factual. We should know this isn't exactly effect. If I want to go back to how you actually measure discuss you ask people about hypothetical scenarios and ask them to rate. How? That other people have done the work of correlating disgusting actually discussing so they've brought people into the lab and they've asked them to do really gross, but safe things. So would you eat a piece of chocolate shaped like dog poop? Yes. Right. I think Angela's answer says less about her liberalism than about her chocolate editor. Maybe. Right. And that's why there's a noisy measure, David Pizarro. Thank you so much..

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"david pizarro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"david pizarro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What do you have forced tonight suppose that you walked into a public restroom, and there's whatever comes next is not. And there's a just a mess unflushed toilet. How disgusted would you be say ten really really really disgusted zero wouldn't buy. This one goes to eleven. Depends on what's in the toilet. As low as five as high as ten I'd probably be in the three to six rain, really? In some stuff. My follow up is what do you think this has to do with who you voted for? In the last election say the president-elect and do you study discussed? Yeah. I'm I'm really easily disgusted. So it's a difficult thing to do. But that's what grad students report. All right. So the example, you're using is an unflushed you could use different one of my favorite examples. Actually, how disgusting would you be? If you took a sip of soda can and realize it wasn't yours. It was a stranger people are zero zero. Yeah, I ate food outback stayed on literally every might might play. I didn't even know who it was. That up because I thought that was really strange disgusting. So you're looking at how the IMO is disgusted emotion, by the way. Most people call it emotion. I mean, there's some debate because it seems a little different from the other emotions because it's so reflexive. But I think most people who study discussed would call it in the most. But what you're getting at is your research is about the relationship between disgust and political -ffiliated, that's right, political orientation, so how conservative or liberal are you on on the spectrum and what we found. The more disgusted. You were the more likely to say you were conservative. We've now looked at this across different countries in different languages. We keep finding this relationship. More easily disgusted people say they are the more likely they are to be toward the right of the scale less easily. Just let me ask you. So there's a question we came across in a series, we've been doing creativity. And especially if you're in the creative arts, the political orientation is way way left and so. That led to conversations about is there something about creativity in the arts that is correlated with liberalism because if you think of liberalism is essentially wanting to change the state of the thing and conservatism as an attitude toward traditionalism, I'm curious whether you have anything to say about the mechanism by which that kind of relationship may exist that's been the most interesting question to us because if you just demonstrate a relationship that doesn't get at the heart of the question the question was what is the nature of this relationship? So one way to ask that is what part of conservatism is really being captured by this. And so in looking at various measures. What we see is exactly what you said, Stephen. It's true. It's the traditional ISM aspect keeping things the way they are. So the old ways of doing things are good. Don't do the new things this shows up in other ways that you could ask the question. So one of the big findings in personalities. I call is the dimension called openness to experience people who are more liberal or very high in openness to experience they want to try new things people who are more conservative very low in openness to experience. So you can see disgust as one of those emotions that's kind of like, well, I have a set level. How risky do I wanna behave for a reward? So do I try new food still? Is it true? Then that picky eaters and hypochondriacs are more likely to be politically conservative. I don't know the answer to the key eaters. That's a very good question. That would be your prediction, right? Yeah. Prediction, although I whenever I talk about this. I always wanna point out that this isn't like, you know, it's not as if how gross out you are as one hundred percent predictive about between three and ten percent of why you might be liberal or conservative seems to be captured by discussed measures. Hey, something I've wondered about a long time is the people who care for sick people. Let's say I'm astonished that they're able to do it so well and regularly, etc. Often wonder is that acclamation or is it a trait? That's a really good question. And in fact, Angela's colleague at Pennsylvania, Paul Rosin. Pioneers. Studied this did a study looking at med students. I your med students asking this question trying to see if if you ask a bunch of questions like the ones, I ask you like in general how easily disgusted are you in everyday life, and you get a score. So we asked everybody here. They're a nice normal distribution. Some people are really easily. Some people are not you was asking those questions of incoming med students. And what he found was that most students were like the rest of the population coming in after a year of medical school when as you might know you have to poke into bodies, and you get used to Bali fluids and stuff. They were less disgusted when it came to that stuff. But not in general, they were still disgusted by all the other stuff, but they acclimated. So they answered your questions. We're really good at acclimating to specific things anybody who's a parent knows you get used to certain things. Jody Avirgan David bizarre has been telling us about the politics of disgust, which are really interesting and lead to a lot of interesting thoughts and questions anything factual. We should know this isn't exactly effect. If I want to go back to how you actually measure disgust. You ask people about hypothetical scenarios and ask them to rate. How disgusted that's one lane? That other people have done the work of correlating, actually disgusting. So they brought people into the lab and they've asked him to do really gross, but safe things. So would you eat a piece of chocolate shaped like dog poop? Yes. Right. I think Angela's answer says less about her liberalism than about her chocolate editor. That maybe by a noisy measure, David Pizarro. Thank you so much..

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