In this episode, Ryan is joined by Paul of Hockey Rhetoric to discuss the self-plagiarism of Jonah Lehrer and what it means to his legacy. Is he a lazy journalist? Will he be burned at the stake? Will he still be a credible thinker moving forward? Click “play” to find out.
Some links you may find helpful as you listen along:
Jonah Lehrer, New Yorker Writer, Plagiarizes Himself — New York Magazine
Lehrer’s Brief Apology — New York Times Arts Beat Blog
Dear everyone bandwagoning on the @jonahlehrer hatemobile: When you stand for something in the world, you have to repeat yourself. Deal.
— Maria Popova (@brainpicker) June 21, 2012
Shattered Glass — Buzz Bissinger, Vanity Fair
The Fall of the Creative Class — Frank Bures, Thirty Two Magazine
The Black Swan — Nassim Nicholas Taleb
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Musical selections for this episode:
“A New Name For Everything” — The Weakerthans
“Mountain Sound” — Of Monsters and Men