“Science denial is about identity, not facts” – Lee McIntyre, author of “How to Talk to a Science Denier” – Sentientism Episode 92
“Learning can liberate” – Mary Pat Champeau – Institute for Humane Education – Sentientism Episode 91
Mary Pat Champeau is the director of graduate programs at the Institute for Humane Education. A Sentientist Conversation.
“Farmers say they want to take care of their animals… let’s give them that opportunity!” – David Michelson of YesOnIP13 – Sentientism Episode 90
David Michelson leads the YesOnIP13 initiative that aims to outlaw animal abuse and killing in the state of Oregon.
How can Africa avoid industrialised animal farming? – Cameron King of Animal Advocacy Africa – Sentientism Episode 89
A Sentientist Conversation with Cameron King, Operations Lead for Animal Advocacy Africa.
“Punk music was my gateway into politics & ethics” – Sociologist Nick Pendergrast – Sentientism Episode 88
Nick Pendergrast is a Sociologist who researches social movements, social change & Critical Animal Studies. A Sentientist conversation.
Howie is a coach & author. In Sentientist Conversations we talk about the two most important questions: “what’s real?” & “what matters?”
“There’s not a huge difference between how we treat farmed animals & how we treat people – as resources” Nandita Bajaj of Population Balance – Sentientism Episode 86
Nandita is the ED of Population Balance. Sentientism is “evidence, reason and compassion for all sentient beings”. A Sentientist Conversation.
Aditya is the wild animal suffering outreach coordinator for Animal Ethics. In Sentientist Conversations we talk about “what’s real?” and “what matters?”
A Sentientist Conversation about “what’s real?” and “what matters?” with Kyle Johannsen, philosopher and author of “Wild Animal Ethics”.
“Maybe moral systems are harmful! Like religion, they are used to divide us.” – Walter Veit – New Sentientist Conversation
Walter is an interdisciplinary scientist, philosopher & writer focusing on biology, minds & ethics. He publishes the ‘Science and Philosophy‘ series on Psychology Today and Medium.
“Freedom, equality & avoiding harm to others” – Psychologist Kristof Dhont – New Sentientist Conversation
Kristof is a social psychologist & senior lecturer at the university of Kent where he runs SHARKLab (Study of Human InterGroup & Animal Relations). He is the author of “Why We Love & Exploit Animals”.
“Maybe the point of being is to be loving” – Comedian Myq Kaplan – New Sentientism YouTube & Podcast episode
Comedian Myq Kaplan talks about his philosophical journey: Veganism, Judaism, Atheism, Buddhism and much more.
An Introduction to Sentientism – on YouTube and podcast. “Talking to Humanists about other sentients”
An Introduction to Sentientism – on YouTube and podcast. Talking to Humanists about other sentients.
“How can I have been morally asleep for so long?” – Prof Randall Abate – New Sentientist Conversation
Sentientist Conversation with Randall Abate. Randall is an author and environmental, animal, climate and constitutional law professor at Monmouth University in New Jersey. His books include “What Can Animal Law Learn From Environmental Law?” and “Climate Change and the Voiceless: Protecting Future Generations, Wildlife, and Natural Resources”.
“Being in balance with ourselves and the rest of the living world” – Author Gill Coombs – New Sentientist Conversation
Gill is an author, coach & counsellor. She was a UK parliamentary candidate for the Green Party. She focuses on helping people live in balance with themselves & the rest of the living world.
Actress, singer/song-writer, author and activist Carole Raphaelle Davis talks to Jamie about Sentientism, what she believes and what matters morally. From the Sentientist Conversation series.
A fascinating Beyond Species podcast conversation focused on Sentientism and animal advocacy. We talked about how anti-speciesists and vegans generally are sentientist, in that they grant meaningful moral consideration to all sentient beings.
Sentientism is a worldview that commits to using evidence, applying reason and granting degrees of moral consideration to all sentient beings.
While it is a simple philosophy, Sentientism has far reaching implications. Read on!