Special Ed and ABA: Where Thoughtcrime is Real

Countless political radicals have come to believe we are living in an Orwellian dystopia but while most of those people are bat-shit crazy, one place where that is completely true is the world of special needs. In the broader world, institions don’t actively try to modify one’s modes of thoughts to conform to society’s norms.Continue reading “Special Ed and ABA: Where Thoughtcrime is Real”

John Rawls and Cocaine

The principal criticism of John Rawls is his thin-good and it has been what I have savagely beat him with a baseball bat about on this blog. Now, in my last blog I answered the recent big question about whether it is moral to be a billionaire by citing John Stuart Mill and saying thereContinue reading “John Rawls and Cocaine”

Peter Singer’s Argument in the Context of Utilitarianism

Peter Singer, the pseudo-philosopher whose baby is Sapientism was not answered with a competent argument at the Oxford Union debate about whether it is moral to be a billionaire. Again, he can’t break himself out of mainstream liberal democratic thought which, ironically, makes his thoughts of little utility to the saving of liberal democracy. JohnContinue reading “Peter Singer’s Argument in the Context of Utilitarianism”

The Anti-Feminist Women and Warrior Feminism

Feminism is a unique movement in that it is among the only major rights’ movements where a large portion of their opponents are members of the very marginalized group they represent. Hardly will one find a Black person who didn’t support Civil Rights or an Indian who supported the British Raj but, a large, double-digitContinue reading “The Anti-Feminist Women and Warrior Feminism”

The Strength of the Subnorm in Rawlsian Ethics

Is it moral to eat buggers in public? Children are usually taught, in the normative, that it is wrong. Children are also taught that they have the right to do whatever they like as long as it does not infringe on the negative liberties of others. And it doesn’t really come into conflict with theContinue reading “The Strength of the Subnorm in Rawlsian Ethics”

The Law and Courage

Is the law contray to the virtue of courage? That depends on whether the law is moral and valid enough that surrendering is an act of courage or an act of cowardice. The law in America does not recognize any virtues except obedience to itself, is often effectively arbitrary, and uses all sticks and noContinue reading “The Law and Courage”

On Missions to the Un and Semi Contacted Tribes

My first and greatest worry when missionaries try to evangelize natives is not the typical criticism of cultural genocide or destruction. As I have written before, that can be mitigated and I want it to be although the megachurch evangelicals who do missions to a place like India don’t usally try to preserve the localContinue reading “On Missions to the Un and Semi Contacted Tribes”

Olivia Benson, Angela Davis, Rose McGowan, and Humanity

The most criticized of the left-wing movements by sane people is the #metoo movement. Some of these were warranted and some were not and I don’t call the people sane if I agree with them. It is just that the anti-vaxx movement is likely bigger, now, than the anti-#metoo discoruse and the anti-vaxx people haveContinue reading “Olivia Benson, Angela Davis, Rose McGowan, and Humanity”

On the Quality of Oxford Union Debates

For intellectual stimulation, I try to wtach the deep and pretentious whenever I can. Oxford does not fail to disappoint. Their debates suck ass. Recently, I watched the debate about whether God exists which is stupid question. Which one? Which version? A few weeks ago, an angry atheist pointed out to me that I amContinue reading “On the Quality of Oxford Union Debates”

OnlyFans, Olivia Dunne, and the Dystopia of Contemporary Hottness

Recently, Olivia Dunne has made headlines after her fans got stalky and rabid. Now, the online discourse has surrounded the stupid debate between “boys will be boys” and she is selling her body online and she is a vulnerable woman and this shows how scary men can be. No girl, obviously, deserves to be rapedContinue reading “OnlyFans, Olivia Dunne, and the Dystopia of Contemporary Hottness”