Clubhouse is a new talk-based social network. It’s still in beta and admission to it is by invitation only, but reportedly there is some philosophy happening on it.
The app hosts an array of audio-only conversations which users can host, participate in, or just listen to. According to Vogue, Clubhouse is “a dizzying bringing together of live podcast-style conversations, panel discussions, networking opportunities… and advantageous multiple-room use (locked and private options are available so you can talk to pals too)… [that] mimics real-life interactions.” You can learn more about the various roles and rules of the app here.
The New York Times reports that a former Disney executive is hosting a philosophy talk show on Clubhouse but doesn’t say much about it. With over 600,000 users, the app likely has some other philosophy happening on it, but, not having been invited, I haven’t been able to find out more. Perhaps some of the readers of Daily Nous are users of the app and have had a chance to check out (or provide) philosophy content on Clubhouse. If so, let us know about it. (And send me an invite!)