Triggernometry Hosts Play Spectrum Street Epistemology (Part 2)
Claims about abortion and a guest appearance
Triggernometry co-hosts Konstantin Kisin and Francis Foster joined Peter Boghossian for Spectrum Street Epistemology (SSE) in London. The discussion was held in front of Middlesex Guildhall, the building housing the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.
In Part 2 of this conversation, Konstantin and Francis analyzed claims about abortion rights. This time, a passerby joined for part of the discussion: Isabel Vaughan-Spruce, the co-director of March for Life UK.
If you missed part Part 1 of this conversation, Peter offered more than a dozen claims to Konstantin and Francis, initially focused on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. They also discuss the decline of legacy institutions in the UK.
Konstantin Kisin is a Russian-British author, satirist, and cultural critic. He is the author of An Immigrant's Love Letter to the West, a bestselling book about free speech and cancel culture through the perspective of an Eastern bloc immigrant.
Francis Foster is a cultural commentator, well-known comedian, and former teacher of English and drama. Before launching Triggernometry, he co-hosted the “Probably Offensive” podcast.
Triggernometry is a podcast dedicated to free speech and open discussion of controversial topics.