The Case for Being Wrong

Martyr Made host Darryl Cooper on how René Girard sheds light on the psychological dynamics of Nietzsche and Dostoevsky, and how these great writers responded to interior crises in very different ways

N.B.—On Saturday, Feb. 3, 5pm ET, there will be a meet-up in New York City for anyone who attended NOVITATE and would like to meet-up with fellow participants. If you’re in the area and would like to get together, please RSVP here. A big thank you to Jeremy for spearheading the event.

In this video from one of the breakout session at last year’s NOVITATE conference, host of the popular Martyr Made podcast

explores the lives and ideas of Nietzsche and Dostoevsky, two 19th century thinkers who grappled with questions of morality, religion, psychology and the human condition. Though separated by geography and years, their lives followed a strikingly similar trajectory marked by early promise and recognition, followed by obscurity and intense personal struggles.

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