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No. 18: On Microagressions

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“The Patriarchy” isn’t a physical or objective institution, it’s just a conceptualization of various social phenomena. To illustrate the difference, The United States Federal Government is physical and objective, you can establish a definite point in time where it began its existence, March 4th, 1789. The U.S. Federal Government can own property, there is a […]

No. 15: The Teleological Implications of Feminism

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“Feminism” contains a lot in it of which its subscribers might not perhaps be aware. It is often presented as merely being a statement to the effect of “Women should have equal rights”, but while that may be a convenient banner for its armies to gather beneath, that formulation of Feminism’s central tenant is not […]

No. 20: Some Thoughts on the History of the Idea of “Society”

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“Some speak of The Public as if it were someone with whom they have had dinner at the Leipzig Fair in the Hotel de Saxe. Who is this Public? The Public is not a thing, but rather an idea, a postulate, like The Church.” -Friedrich Schlegel, “Lyceum” Aphorism #35 “Social Thought” begins in the 18th […]

No. 17: Post-Modernism and the Crisis of European Sentimentality II

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“Novels tend to end as the Paternoster begins: with the kingdom of God on Earth.” -Friedrich Schlegel, “Lyceum” Aphorism #22 It may be tempting to read them otherwise, but by naive and sentimental Schiller does not mean with those words what they mean to us today, and for that matter, as if almost to deliberately […]

No. 14: On The Narratization of Gender

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What is the basis of someone’s knowledge of their own gender identity? Epistemologically speaking that is. I’ve yet to really see any coherent response to this question…. In order to have knowledge of it, it must be determined within possible experience, which is done by subsuming the subjective perception under the transcendental concepts of the […]

No. 19: On Role Reversal and the Power of Narrative

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Women are not oppressed, and watching this video just drives home that fact for me, it really perfectly demonstrates how tone-deaf and insensitive and downright histrionic Feminist perceptions of social reality tend to be. Like this: “Listen Nissar, I don’t want to be rude but… Don’t you feel more and more trapped? First you shaved […]

No. 16: Post-Modernism and the Crisis of European Sentimentality I

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In order to understand the problems of our world, the world of the present, I really like to put them in terms of the problems of the past. People will tell you a certain fairy tell, and I it’s paramount you not be taken in by it like so many have, and that is the […]

No. 20: Some Thoughts on the History of the Idea of “Society”

Kantbot

“Some speak of The Public as if it were someone with whom they have had dinner at the Leipzig Fair in the Hotel de Saxe. Who is this Public? The Public is not a thing, but rather an idea, a postulate, like The Church.” -Friedrich Schlegel, “Lyceum” Aphorism #35 “Social Thought” begins in the 18th […]

No. 19: On Role Reversal and the Power of Narrative

Kantbot

Women are not oppressed, and watching this video just drives home that fact for me, it really perfectly demonstrates how tone-deaf and insensitive and downright histrionic Feminist perceptions of social reality tend to be. Like this: “Listen Nissar, I don’t want to be rude but… Don’t you feel more and more trapped? First you shaved […]

No. 18: On Microagressions

Kantbot

“The Patriarchy” isn’t a physical or objective institution, it’s just a conceptualization of various social phenomena. To illustrate the difference, The United States Federal Government is physical and objective, you can establish a definite point in time where it began its existence, March 4th, 1789. The U.S. Federal Government can own property, there is a […]

No. 17: Post-Modernism and the Crisis of European Sentimentality II

Kantbot

“Novels tend to end as the Paternoster begins: with the kingdom of God on Earth.” -Friedrich Schlegel, “Lyceum” Aphorism #22 It may be tempting to read them otherwise, but by naive and sentimental Schiller does not mean with those words what they mean to us today, and for that matter, as if almost to deliberately […]

No. 16: Post-Modernism and the Crisis of European Sentimentality I

Kantbot

In order to understand the problems of our world, the world of the present, I really like to put them in terms of the problems of the past. People will tell you a certain fairy tell, and I it’s paramount you not be taken in by it like so many have, and that is the […]

No. 15: The Teleological Implications of Feminism

Kantbot

“Feminism” contains a lot in it of which its subscribers might not perhaps be aware. It is often presented as merely being a statement to the effect of “Women should have equal rights”, but while that may be a convenient banner for its armies to gather beneath, that formulation of Feminism’s central tenant is not […]

No. 14: On The Narratization of Gender

Kantbot

What is the basis of someone’s knowledge of their own gender identity? Epistemologically speaking that is. I’ve yet to really see any coherent response to this question…. In order to have knowledge of it, it must be determined within possible experience, which is done by subsuming the subjective perception under the transcendental concepts of the […]

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