Episode 74 - Cheap Liberal Arts Relativism
TOPIC: How Much Honesty Can We Stand?
This week, Dan and Merlin talk about how ridiculously complex "Honesty" can be. Do "Candor," "Transparency," "Frankness," and all those other Capital Letter Nouns mean the same thing?
Initially Released July 2, 2012
Runtime 1 hour 24 minutes
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