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    steve00202022
    Aug 19
    2

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    What a shame

    Used to be a huge fan but Harris has become deranged. For someone who aspires to make sense, he admits that his political opinions come from a visceral place, rather than one of reason. What a pity to watch an esteemed intellectual defend censorship for the greater good of an emotional response. Wake up, Sam. You're lost

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    NewListener123
    Jun 7
    10

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    My favorite podcast

    Sam’s one of the clearest/ most transparent thinkers out there. I love him!

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    Downtown Patti
    Jun 5
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    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    #282

    SO HARD TO UNDERSTAND!!!!! More examples please…. Makes my brain 🧠 or whomever I am want to nap !!!!!!!!

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    devil zilla
    Jun 5
    6

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    Experiment

    Sam should commit to a thought experiment fast for a year on this podcast, and then see where he’s at.

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    Adya Jai
    Jun 3
    2

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    Gun Violence

    I enjoy most of Sam’s episodes, though this episode on gun violence is completely idiotic. Never thought advising someone to run during a school shooting would be looked at as progressive and ground breaking advice.

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    Theresali888
    May 26
    10

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    All of bad review are from trump’s supporters

    Sam trigger all the trump supporter. Like he said trump can’t do anything wrong. I agree a lot with the trump issues but some I disagree. See Sam was right all along lol.

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    iamacoach
    May 23
    10

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    Entertaining & Enlightening

    I really enjoy Sam & his guests even if I do not always agree with them. I particularly enjoy the digs at Trumpistan and the cult of Trump, as well as the covidiot cult that stupidly ignored then politicized a pandemic that killed 1 million Americans. I do think Sam should go in harder at corporate Democrats instead of worrying so much about how “woke” we Progressives are…at least we have a conscious. Waiting for a pod on GRT since Sam likes to hate on CRT.

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    xXxSCORPxXx
    May 18
    4

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    Color me confused.

    Looking for an articulate ninny with a creepy Trump obsession? You’re in the right place!

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    do hfcbjo
    May 17
    10

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    THE. BEST. PODCAST.

    In this crazy world we live in, this podcast is the place where voices and of reason, wisdom and knowledge convene and discuss issues and solutions without personal agenda. I have leaned more and shifted my perspective and opinion on things more in the last 1-2 years I’ve been listening to this podcast more than I ever have in my life. I don’t remember how I discovered Sam, but I’ve read a couple of his books and use the Waking Up meditation app, and I respect his viewpoints and perspective as much as anyone I could name. He and his guests have the most interesting and insightful dialogue, even when they disagree. I can’t recommend it enough.

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    Dannomite
    May 13
    4

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    Enlightened?

    Sam has a problem with Trump. See Sam talk about Trump. Sam thinks Trump is dumb. See Sam talk about Trump. Sam tries to understand support for Trump. See Sam talk about Trump.

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    thisusernameisunavalible81763
    May 12
    10

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    Top quality

    Keep it up Sam I love your podcastThank you for allowing people, who can’t afford to donate, past the pay wall

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    Col. Ironhorse
    May 10
    6

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    More like this

    The Douglas Murray podcast is one of the better ones in quite awhile. I thought Murray was too conciliatory to Sam, and Sams political opinions are stupid, but they did engage on points of disagreement and that’s an improvement on his normal lineup of “Harrisstan” agenda pushers. So bravo! You can still form an argument, Mr Harris. Albeit, poorly reasoned, but this podcast wasn’t torn down in a day.

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    "REID"
    May 3
    2

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    Trump Derangement Syndrome

    Used to subscribe to Sam when he was more interesting and was very interested in Douglas Murray and hearing about his new book. Sam wasted my time babbling about all the reasons he doesn’t like Trump and he was perfectly OK suppressing Hunter Biden’s laptop if it meant his guy won. Sam is just another part of the problem not the solution . The concept of a Demoracy is the people deciding not you Sam.

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    Spiral Wiz
    May 2
    10

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    Crystal Clear Thinking is a Gift

    It is a pleasure to meet this man’s mind as he wrestles with important topics and issues of our day. He operates unconstrained by ‘conventional wisdom’, cutting across categories and opening up new perspectives on morality, consciousness, politics, science and more.

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    Zaki230
    Apr 24
    2

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    Self denying tribalist

    I really wish I just did sams meditations without listening to his podcast. I felt many time he confuse his self serving biased opinions with facts. Some of his guests like Dr Donald Hoffman have a completely different stand when talking in other podcasts as if Sam hypnotized them with boredom to the point they just agree with everything he says. His position against wokeism is understood but it gets too much to the point he undermines everything the left does. There is a lot of contradictions in his positions that does not make any sense, like he doesn’t believe Israel should exist and yet supporting Israeli bloody occupation denying Palestinian right for a free democratic country. Finally, I just realized that Sam Harris is showing lack of self awareness many times and I thought maybe that’s the trade off for accessing that “bigger wiser mind”. You lose cognitive capabilities to deal with instant reality as you go too often into that meta scale of awareness.

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    Col. Ironhorse
    Apr 21
    4

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    Whatever happened to steelmanning?

    If you’re like me and waiting for the neuroscientist to produce a podcast about the mental decline of some of our prominent government officials, you’ll have to wait until the republicans are in power again, assuming that will still be allowed. I find it strange with all his talk about threats to democracy, he doesn’t seem to consider that unelected bureaucrats are using these octogenarians with a recognized name as meat puppets to forward their agenda. But I predict that when he doesn’t like the agenda, he’ll develop a problem with it and say so.

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    Mulreen
    Apr 5
    10

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    277. Bremmer is a Beast

    Top shelf episode. Ian Bremmer is well informed and provided some great insights and details. Thanks Sam for hosting another great guest on topic of Russia & Ukraine.

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    Pax1117
    Mar 30
    2

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    Sugar high for the Ayn Rand crowd. Boring

    For a podcast that’s supposedly about “talking to interesting people about interesting ideas” this show doesn’t seem to find many (any?) women with anything of value. Scrolling through the most recent 20 episodes, all of the guests are men. Furthermore all of the guests are from the same archetype, vaguely libertarian bros frustrated by cancel culture and resistant to the social safety net or the idea that structural racism is a thing that exists in the world. This is a sugar high for the post-Ayn Rand crowd. Go elsewhere if you want something with substance.

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    Jxk269
    Mar 30
    10

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    Making Sense

    Sam Harris is a very thoughtful interviewer. His guests are varied in terms of subject matter, and always knowledgeable. If you follow the conversation, you will learn something, or think of something from a different angle.

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    David_S8324
    Mar 29
    2

    reviewed: Making Sense with Sam Harris

    Just use the JRE template. Jesus

    Hate these fade out podcasts with “subscribe to my newsletter”Just sell me some athletic greens and get on with it. It worked for joe Rogan. Don’t reinvent the wheel

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312 Episodes 26.6k Ratings First Aired: Sep 26, 2013

Join neuroscientist, philosopher, and best-selling author Sam Harris as he explores important and controversial questions about the human mind, society, and current events. Sam Harris is the author of The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, The Moral Landscape, Free Will, Lying, Waking Up, and Islam and the Future of Tolerance (with Maajid Nawaz). The End of Faith won the 2005 PEN Award for Nonfiction. His writing has been published in more than 20 languages. Mr. Harris and his work have been discussed in The New York Times, Time, Scientific American, Nature, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, and many other journals. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Economist, Newsweek, The Times (London), The Boston Globe, The Atlantic, The Annals of Neurology, and elsewhere. Mr. Harris received a degree in philosophy from Stanford University and a Ph.D. in neuroscience from UCLA.

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312 Episodes 26.6k Ratings First Aired: Sep 26, 2013

Join neuroscientist, philosopher, and best-selling author Sam Harris as he explores important and controversial questions about the human mind, society, and current events. Sam Harris is the author of The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, The Moral Landscape, Free Will, Lying, Waking Up, and Islam and the Future of Tolerance (with Maajid Nawaz). The End of Faith won the 2005 PEN Award for Nonfiction. His writing has been published in more than 20 languages. Mr. Harris and his work have been discussed in The New York Times, Time, Scientific American, Nature, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, and many other journals. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Economist, Newsweek, The Times (London), The Boston Globe, The Atlantic, The Annals of Neurology, and elsewhere. Mr. Harris received a degree in philosophy from Stanford University and a Ph.D. in neuroscience from UCLA.

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