Phil Kosdan has been a political-philosopher ever since he graduated NYU in 1971 as a Sociology major. He works as an Acupuncturist/Chinese Herbalist. Kosdan also holds a M.A. in Psychology from Vermont College. He’s been married for 34 years and has two step-daughters and now 3 granddaughters. Phil’s son succumbed to Cystic Fibrosis when he was 28.
Phil ponders, discusses, and writes about ways to heal our political landscape. In 2013 Kosdan published SOLUTIONS, A Wiseacre’s Guide For Cleaning Up The New World Odor. Now it’s 2023 and Kosdan is publishing articles on his Substack site The American Revolution 2.
Phil and Baruch discuss some of Phil’s ideas, what we’re seeing in the United States in terms of political engagement (or lack thereof), and the idea that all of our problems would be solved if we prioritized human rights and kindness.