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Key Thinking (Allowed)

Keith Telfeyan
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Casual philosophy & cultural criticism with Keith Telfeyan. Keith is a writer and artist born in California, living in Berlin. He takes a contrarian perspective toward triggering topics, but with curiosity and compassion. Support Keith on Patreon at


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I like recognizing the pagan roots in our holidays. The winter solstice is the shortest day of the year in the northern hemisphere, where the sun is at its lowest point. It's a good reminder of the delicate balance of life, of how unkind nature can b... more

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Kyle Rittenhouse is a 17yo boy on trial for murder right now in the USA. Is he guilty? I don't think so. And I say that without any ideological allegiances. Let's take out our political biases and look at this case as rationally as possible (if it is... more

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4.5 out of 5 stars from 18 ratings
  • Loved the Critical Race Theory Episode

    In this episode Keith looks at people as individuals rather than groups. He takes the approach of evaluating individuals based on character rather than skin color. Even though he has lived a very diversified life in the Sacramento area, he does not use it as a tool to virtue signal. He is a slow/careful political thinker which gives him the ability to acquire amble information.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Good commentary. Honest opinion. Some good basic research. BUT some inaccurate terms as well. Why smear "Leftists" by saying that's who's behind the Oberlin hate crime hoax? The Left includes everyone from Chomsky to Mandela to Stalin. Criticize, but be more precise.

    Podcast Addict
    a year ago
  • Cool podcasts

    This guy makes me think. He pushes the deeper way of considering an issue; eschews the automatic PC for everything; isn’t afraid of being out of the mainstream of accepted thought. more

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    e. haig
    United States2 years ago
  • Great voice

    You have a great voice and speech , I wish you speak about your real passion. Sounds like you love photography, so why not? What drives you to take pictures? what makes you use your camera? Do you see things with your eyes the way they come out on the picture? Is Berlin beautiful in winter time to photograph? I don’t know, I’m not there and I’m not a photographer.. but I’d listen about other person’s passion. Good luck!

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    julia usa-tx
    United States2 years ago

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