Host Stefan Molyneux was recently named one of the Top 10 Most Influential People in the Alternative Media:

"Stefan Molyneux may be perhaps the most eloquent "red pill" in the alternative media. A self-described philosopher, Molyneux has a strong knowledge of history and a core compass reading of freedom and non-violence.  He hosts a popular radio broadcast on his FreedomainRadio; his Youtube uploads have been viewed over 6 million times on his channel alone, and his site claims over 25 million downloads making his ideas the "largest and most popular philosophical conversation in the world."  His articles can be seen on mega-sites like Lew Rockwell and others; he has published several books on the philosophy of liberty and non-violence (many of which are offered FREE from his site) and how they apply in today's world, and he is a frequent guest on RT's Adam Vs. The Man  and the Keiser Report.  Despite his overwhelming knowledge of the corrupt system, Molyneux always remains optimistic in his presentation, which is quite refreshing among all the doom-and-gloom.  Molyneux remains authentic in that he survives solely from donations and book sales --so please support his efforts.  We expect Molyneux to end up as one of the most important voices of our time."

Since 2007, Freedomain Radio has been a Top 10 Finalist in the International Podcast Awards and continues to grow in popularity.

Freedomain Radio has been named one of the Top 100 Most Inspiring and Innovative Blogs for Educators.

Topics range from politics to philosophy to science to economics to relationships to atheism - and how to achieve real freedom in your life today. Passionate, articulate, funny and irreverent, Freedomain Radio shines a bold light on old topics, and invents a few new ones to boot!

Blew my mind. Since I found this podcast I have been completely addicted and can`t seem to be able to stop listening, even at work. Will change your life completely. Reviewed on 9/6/2008

Most Important Ideas of Our Time I'm not alone in thinking that the conversation surrounding Freedomain Radio is the most important one going on today. Any rational philosopher who delays listening to this podcast now will only have more to catch up on in the future! Reviewed on 2/12/2008

Brain Food Even if you disagree, you will learn. And then maybe you will stop disagreeing and engage in an important dialogue devoid from mainstream discussion. Reviewed on 1/21/2008

Turns the focus inward... This podcast has a well-deserved reputation for causing one to look more deeply into oneself than is commonly thought possible. Along the journey into the self, you're bound to visit some milestones that you really don't want to see. I've noticed that reviews for the podcast are either 5-star praise, or 1-star rants against some imaginary crime perpetrated by the host. This is absolutely understandable. I've faced several demons along my own journey with Freedomain Radio, and I nearly turned back a couple of times. But it was the incredible beauty of the destination which kept spurring me on, and beyond those demons. -- If you want to chase after your true potential for joy and magnificence, and are ready to face some challenges along the way, then by all means, subscribe! I can guarantee that you'll be shocked by what you find. Reviewed on 1/3/2008

Eeeeexcellent To take a "Matrix" metaphor, this podcast is one big red freedom pill. Be a part of the greatest, most beautiful moment in earth's history. This is the most precious, unprecedented, unique, and amazing conversation in the world today. It's about philosophy, politics, art, aesthetics, family, relationships, economics, childhood, adulthood, maturity, wisdom, truth and virtue. This conversation is passionate, articulate, funny and irreverent, it shines a bold light on old topics - and invents a few new ones to boot! Truly revolutionary, and I think it is the most beautiful thing on the web.

The most intellectually invigorating site I've found yet... If you are a rational thinker who is on a personal pursuit for truth then you should definitely check this stuff out; you really cannot afford to pass it up. The podcasts are simply amazing. Stefan Molyneux covers such a wide variety of topics from economics to religion to family relationships with such wit, humor, and clarity that you walk away feeling like a genius. Be prepared to question your every cherished belief about the world and maybe even get a little fired up in the process. I can't say enough about Freedomain Radio. Do your brain a favor and check out the libertarian podcasts for yourself! -- Anonymous

This is a life changing podcast that I would highly recommend! Great for mindful individuals who are interested in fresh new ideas. Truth is infectious and will set you free. Start listening today! This podcast will open your mind to amazing new ideas that will change your life. Logic and rationality is the name of the game but the results are truely delightful. This podcast is so large because it encompasses so many topics from politics to philosophy to economics to relationships to religion to self help to art and so on; each one is handled with such care and insightfulness it will knock your socks off! I just can't say enough good about this podcast: this is a must listen for everyone.

Mr. Molyneux has a remarkable talent. His focus on personal lives, and family matters, imbues such stratospheric notions as universal morality and individual sovereignty with a tactile, practical, real-world urgency that I have only rarely experienced before. His podcasts are the definitive answer to the question asked by one of Ayn Rand's books: "Philosophy: Who needs it?". The resounding answer is, YOU do, I do, we ALL do. You NEED these podcasts. -- gmgauthi

In just a few weeks, Stefan Molyneux has profoundly changed the way I view the world. Though I already shared much of his philosophy, his erudite yet easy strolls through the tangled mess of politics, religion, and economics have sharpened my mind, while keeping me entertained. This man is fearless and relentless in his search for the truth. Do yourself a favor, and join him on his journey. -- Rodzilla

Stefan Molyneux has a way of untangling our modern view of society. He uses first principles to uncover truth and hypocrisy. This is not to be missed. -- Anonymous

I started listening to Stefan's Podcasts as a skeptic to the idea of market anarchy. Although I was already a libertarian for many years I still believed in a state run court and police system. After he explained how a stateless society would be able to prevent crime to the greatest extent it completely changed the way I thought. -- Anonymous

He manages to make philosophy more interesting than I ever imagined that it could be. While I probably only agree with 50% of his arguments, I enjoy hearing his views even when I do not agree with them. The greatest libertarian podcast I have found on the Internet. -- Anonymous

Clear, concise, hard-hitting cold logic delivered with a warm friendly tone. -- Anonymous

This has to be the most innovative talk that I have ever listened to. Very engaging, lots of details. -- Anonymous

Shrugging off the numerous stereotypes, which have obfuscated what the libertarian movement is truly about, Stefan Molyneux offers an incredible, easy-to-understand model of what our society could/should become. You're cheating yourself if you pass these podcasts by. -- Anonymous

Molyneux does ground-breaking work on the intersection of morality and politics, and why this intersection is key to understanding people's beliefs. I would recommend these podcasts to ALL individualists. -- Anonymous

Searching for the truth takes courage, open eyes, and an honesty that bears our most deeply held beliefs to all scrutiny. Stefan does this with integrity, intellectual rigor, and an open dialog not to be found anywhere else. The result is a humorous and caring, passionate investigation into all beliefs that shape culture, religion, government, family, and individual lives. Participating at the boards is an added bonus that extends the conversation into any avenues we wish to explore. Stef isn't the best because he's right. He's the best because he engages in an honest pursuit of the most important of all knowledge: Wisdom. Cheers Stefan! -- Smacksim

Stefan Molyneux is the next Aristotle - or John Locke - or Thomas Jefferson, take your pick. What an amazing show!
- mkeach

I am Stefan Molyneux, the host of Freedomain Radio. I have been a software entrepreneur and executive, co-founded a successful company and worked for many years as a Chief Technical Officer. I studied literature, history, economics and philosophy at York University, hold an undergraduate degree in History from McGill University, and earned a graduate degree from the University of Toronto, focusing on the history of philosophy. I received an 'A' for my Master's Thesis analyzing the political implications of the philosophies of Immanuel Kant, G.W.F. Hegel, Thomas Hobbes and John Locke. I also spent two years studying writing and acting at the National Theatre School of Canada.

I have been fascinated by philosophy - particularly moral theories - since my mid-teens. I left my career as a software entrepreneur and executive to pursue philosophy full time through my work here at Freedomain Radio. I have written a number of novels as well as many free books on philosophy.

In my podcasts and videos, I try to avoid opinions, and instead talk about proof and rationality. If the theories I propose are reasonable, and are supported by evidence, well and good, we have both learned something. If not, listeners such as you are quick to point out errors, which I receive with gratitude. This approach is fundamentally different from most "talk shows." I am a rigorous philosopher, and I will always bow to reason and evidence.

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