My name is Stefan Molyneux, and I am the host of Freedomain Radio, the largest and most popular philosophy show on the Internet.

I studied literature, history, economics and philosophy at York University, McGill University, and got my Masters in History at the University of Toronto in Canada. 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. Now, over 20 years later, a voluminous amount of mental sweat is finally bearing fruit! The Freedomain Radio conversation is designed to solve the problem of the ages, which is the definition and proof of a rational system of morality without reference to religion, and without violating the "is/ought" dichotomy.

I used to work as a software executive, but I have quit all that to pursue philosophy full time. I have also written a number of novels as well as non-fictions book on philosophy - you can visit my free books page at to check them out.

Why should you listen to Freedomain Radio?

An excellent question, I can see we're going to get along already!

First of all, I am completely unimportant in the conversation. 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. This is not a show about my opinions, because who would care about those?


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