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No. 3: Why SJWs Will Never Succeed in the Production of Genuine Art

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Would magic survive Social Justice? There is currently an obsession on Tumblr with Social Justice ideology being promoted and forced into popular works of speculative fiction. More than once I’ve seen posters on tumblr talk about “Social Justify-ing” Harry Potter, but isn’t the premise of Harry Potter that you go to school to learn to […]

No. 5: Early German Romanticism: A Very Brief Introduction I

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(Part 1 of 3) Something happened to the world in the 1780s and 90s, and it happened in Germany. And this thing that happened, whatever it was, is actually one of the most important developments in human consciousness and thought, well, ever. But, I’m anticipating our story, let’s first go back a ways, to 1758, […]

No. 2: On Goethean Learning as Collection

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Thinking about learning as a collecting is a really striking way to consider it I think, it’s a metaphor Goethe frequently used: “The whole universe lies before us, like a great quarry before the master builder, who only deserves this name if he can put together with the greatest economy, purposiveness and firmness these chance […]

No. 4: A Critical Approach to Gender

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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 […]

No. 5: Early German Romanticism: A Very Brief Introduction I

Kantbot

(Part 1 of 3) Something happened to the world in the 1780s and 90s, and it happened in Germany. And this thing that happened, whatever it was, is actually one of the most important developments in human consciousness and thought, well, ever. But, I’m anticipating our story, let’s first go back a ways, to 1758, […]

No. 4: A Critical Approach to Gender

Kantbot

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 […]

No. 3: Why SJWs Will Never Succeed in the Production of Genuine Art

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Would magic survive Social Justice? There is currently an obsession on Tumblr with Social Justice ideology being promoted and forced into popular works of speculative fiction. More than once I’ve seen posters on tumblr talk about “Social Justify-ing” Harry Potter, but isn’t the premise of Harry Potter that you go to school to learn to […]

No. 2: On Goethean Learning as Collection

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Thinking about learning as a collecting is a really striking way to consider it I think, it’s a metaphor Goethe frequently used: “The whole universe lies before us, like a great quarry before the master builder, who only deserves this name if he can put together with the greatest economy, purposiveness and firmness these chance […]

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