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Every week, Erik Torenberg, Dan Romero, Antonio Garcia Martinez and frequent special guests discuss what's happening in technology, business, politics, and beyond. Moment of Zen is part of the Turpentine podcast network. Learn more:

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In this episode of Moment of Zen, Erik is joined by Jonathan Haidt, social psychologist at New York University’s Stern School of Business and author of the newly released book "The Anxious Generation." more

7 days ago

Today we're sharing a recent interview Erik gave to Alex LaBossiere that covers lots of themes we discuss on Moment of Zen - including Erik's views on tech vs. the media, hypocrisy of the elites, risk orientation, and the thesis behind Turpentine. Gr... more

13 days ago

Today’s episode is a debate from Bankless on the opposing viewpoints of Effective Accelerationism (E/ACC) and Effective Altruism (EA). Hosted by Ryan Sean Adams and David Hoffman and featuring Haseeb Qureshi and our own Erik Torenberg, the podcast di... more

21 days ago

In this episode, Mike Rainbow (co-founder of Rainbow wallet) joins Erik, Dan, and Antonio as they dive into crypto's future. The conversation was prompted by the thesis that innovative social protocols like Farcaster are co-evolving with crypto walle... more

a month ago


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4.2 out of 5 stars from 290 ratings
  • Missing points on purpose or just chicken?

    Eric and Dan are smart dudes who dive into deep discussions, and I'm almost fan. Sometimes, I stick around for their lively debates, but other times, I'm waiting for the inevitable trainwreck of a take. They make great points peppered w glaring blind spots. They seem to see themselves as thought leaders having robust, debates, but their thoughts aren’t diverse anywhere where it might matter. more

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    United States6 months ago
  • Anthropologically Fascinating

    10 years from now this may very well be a key text to understanding how the American tech sector came to embrace some truly heinous reactionary views and became a loyal ally of the authoritarian “new right.” Come for the half-cooked grand unified theories of science, medicine, and political philosophy, stay for casual denigration of minorities and trans people, fawning tributes to authoritarian regimes, and mocking dismissal of any commentary on the turn towards exclusionist white chauvinism in ... more

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    United States8 months ago
  • Getting Better!!

    First few episodes sounded like a tech bros locker room conversation - was pretty average more

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    United States9 months ago
  • Let Marc wander

    Keep chumming the waters for Marc…love how he weaves a constellation of facts and events to give clarity to the state of the world and how we got here.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Great podcast! Maybe even better then the All In Podcasts

    I recently discovered the "Moment of Zen" podcast and I must say, I was thoroughly impressed. The content on this podcast is great and has left me wanting more. One of the things that really stood out to me was the variety of people and guests that are brought onto the show. It adds a layer of diversity and depth to the conversations that is refreshing and engaging. In fact, I would go as far as to say that "Moment of Zen" may even be better than the "All In" podcast, which is a high bar to reac... more

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    Germanya year ago

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