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We've just set up a Sentientism Sub-Wiki on the WT.Social news focused social media platform. Come join us!

The platform, also known as WikiTribune Social, was set up by Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales as an alternative to Twitter and Facebook that runs no ads, being funded purely through donations.

The platform is a minnow compared to those giants at the moment, but might appeal to those frustrated with commercial social media.

If you're interested in trying it out, sign up and join our sub-wiki!

You can find links to all our other online fora on our Where? page. There should be something to suit you - whether real-time voice/text conversation, posting and commenting or more formal research platforms. So far, our Facebook group has the largest membership. Anyone is welcome to join, sentientist or not.

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"What if we saw ourselves as species diplomats?" - David Peña-Guzmán of Overthink - Sentientism Ep:187

David specializes in European philosophy, the history and philosophy of science and the philosophy of animal minds. A Sentientism conversation about what's real, who matters and how to make a better world.
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"What if we saw ourselves as species diplomats?" - David Peña-Guzmán of Overthink - Sentientism Ep:187

David specializes in European philosophy, the history and philosophy of science and the philosophy of animal minds. A Sentientism conversation about what's real, who matters and how to make a better world.
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Could animal farming be good for the animals?

Episode 186 of the Sentientism podcast (Apple link here) is a bonus cross-post of my discussion with Nick Pendergrast, co-host of 3CR's Freedom of Species radio show and podcast, about "the logic of the larder" - an argument that animal farming could be a good thing for farmed animals.
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"If you combine rationality and compassion you have the essence" - Jonathan Leighton of OPIS - Sentientism Ep:185

Jonathan is Executive Director of OPIS (Organisation for the Prevention of Intense Suffering). A Sentientism conversation about "what's real?" "who matters?" and "how can we make a better world?"
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