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Episode 72 – On Insecurity


Have you ever felt insecure about something? Of course you have. We ALL have. It’s not really a question of whether you’re a person whose insecurities affect your behavior; it’s a question of how often those insecurities affect your behavior. But where do these insecurities come from? Why does almost every human being have them? Who or what decides what we are insecure about?

On today’s episode, we take a close look at insecurity from multiple angles. We look at it as a stand-alone method of influencing human behavior and consider how it compares with other methods of influencing human behavior. Ultimately the goal is to understand a little more about why we think and act the way we do. If you want some additional reading, check out the links below on Kant’s moral law; there is a strong connection to what we’ve been talking about in the last few episodes, including this one. See the full transcript of this episode here.

Further Reading:

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Kant’s Moral Philosophy

Recommended Reading

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