No. 12: An Idea for a Novel

This is just a little description I wrote for a friend earlier today about one of my ongoing literary projects, a novel tentatively called “The Progressives”. I haven’t actively worked on it much for the last sixth months or so, but I’ve been thinking about going back and finishing it recently. I thought some people […]

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No. 11: On Thinking Economically

I find Progressives to be some of the most economically illiterate people there are. Free markets are a much more positive force for social change than liberals give them credit for, in 17th century England, for example, <10% of the population was literate, by 1789, upwards of 80% of people could read. In those days, […]

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No. 8: On the Difference Between men’s Rights and the Rights of Man

/r/Mensrights is home to two distinct “movements” “Men’s Rights”, and “men’s Rights”. Men’s Rights is anti-Feminist, men’s rights isn’t, that is, capital-M “Men’s Rights” vs. lower-case-m “men’s Rights”. This is the fundamental distinction that needs to be drawn, the two-fold nature or tension present at the heart of the entire thing, it’s the cause of […]

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No. 4: A Critical Approach to Gender

Objectification is the essence of all thought. Every thought we have is Nature rendered to ourselves as object. I will honestly never understand this contempt for “objectification” that constantly appears in Feminist and Social Justice discourse. In the passage below you see Nature referred to using Female pronouns. The mind, transcendentally, is composed of two […]

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