Summary: A philosopher with a love for comedy and a comedian with a love for philosophy join forces for The Fundamentalists. A podcast about living well, that’s fun, mental, and if you don’t listen to it, you’ll burn in Hell.
This week we talk about purity rings as sex toys, a drug that stops people wanting to sleep with you, and whether you should attend an orgy or a fetish party.
Peter and Elliott reunite in an epic battle of trying to stay on topic. With hints of Hegel, one Tasmanian devil, and a generous dose of catching up, this episode will leave you wondering why Americans love lamps so much.
This week Peter teams up with the poet, author and musician Pádraig Ó Tuama to talk about the stranger that we are to ourselves.
While Peter is traveling, Elliott hangs out with author of Capitalism and Desire, Todd McGowan, and they discuss capitalism, comedy, and why Todd would refuse a million dollars.
Before embarking on their travels, Peter and Elliott discuss art, aging, and the missed comedic opportunities of murderers.
Peter and Elliott have a quick catch-up and an even quicker look at a philosophical interpretation of the crucifixion.
Peter takes a break from producing his short film to discuss the psychic value of filmmaking, while Elliott talks about crying during Coco.
Peter and Elliott dissect the worst ways to handle the worst things.
On mirrors, not being who we are and Irish safe spaces.
Where Peter and Elliott discuss nothing, the nothing that’s something, the nothing that’s nothing, and Tinder.
Fantasies: What are they, why do we have them, and how much of a weirdo are you really?
Join The Fundamentalists as they talk about what can’t be talked about, why it can’t be talked about, and why you sometimes can talk about it
In this episode Elliott and Pete talk about the difference between Enjoyment and Pleasure as well as all the fun ways to screw up kids.
Welcome to the debut episode of The Fundamentalists. Here you’ll be introduced to the hosts and discover what we’re hoping to achieve with the podcast. Oh, and we talk about capitalism, desire and the love of losing. Nothing heavy.