Bedeep.tv is a pragmatist experiment in independent Web-TV. The focus is on cultural politics in Europe as well as the debates about climate change and the dimensions of a "global civil war" that endanger democracy. Bedeep investigations are inspired by the work of practical media philosophers like Al Gore, Michael Moore, Charlie Chaplin, Naomi Klein, Arundhati Roy, Richard Rorty, Jimmy Cliff, Alice Miller, and the Dalai Lama.
While Gore, Moore, and Chaplin (re-)invented the cinema as an interactive stage of political discourse, Rorty, Klein, and Roy (re-)pragmatized literature and philosophy as social media of cultural politics. Jimmy Cliff, Alice Miller and the Dalai Lama are working on similar approaches in the fields of art, therapy and religion.
This site is under construction. It will contain audio-visuals that keep the level of "bullshit" (Harry Frankfurt) as low as possible. That is not easy. Here are some performative examples of making bullshit explicit.