My Interview with Sotonye Jack at Time Well Spent
At the end of January, Sotonye Jack, who writes Time Well Spent (see also his Twitter), asked me for an email interview. His other interviewees have included interesting, prominent people from Balaji Srinivasan to Chris Dixon, so it was an honour, and I’m grateful that Jack had the patience to keep the interview going despite all the delays caused by my poor email discipline and erratic response schedule.
He asked fantastic, wide-ranging questions, and our conversation covered a lot of topics, including the relationship between thought and language, the nature and advantages of anonymous online political commentary, wokery, and even the fate of western universalism.
I’m quite pleased with how well it turned out; you can read it here: