Category Archives: Philosophy

Islam Is Not the Enemy

Carl Schmitt once famously noted that “the specific political distinction to which political actions and motives can be reduced is that between friend and enemy”; and that “every religious (…) antithesis transforms into a political one if it is sufficiently … Continue reading

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Sanctified Through Thy Truth

http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/04/17/students-claim-objective-truth-is-a-white-supremacist-myth/ 1. “Once Orlov stuffed himself with mashed peas and died. And Krylov found out about it and then died as well. And Spiridonov died all by himself. And Spiridonov’s wife fell off the sideboard and also died. And Spiridonov’s children drowned … Continue reading

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Ten Thoughts on Racism

1. According to the monopolized (fake news) media, I am, of course, a racist; and if the monopolized (fake news) media don’t call you a racist (or a self-hating Uncle Tom who has “internalized” racism) you’re doing something wrong. Likewise, … Continue reading

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The Evangelical Mind

All human affairs can be looked at from an “inner” and an “outer” perspective. Consider, for instance, a young couple taking out a life insurance policy. They obviously expect to be paid a specific sum of money upon the death of … Continue reading

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The Conspiratorial Mind

Recently, I was criticized for defending Alex Jones by pointing out that the alternative to his “conspiratorial mindset” is far too often the narcissistic fallacy of believing in a just world with good leaders who unfortunately happen to be misinformed … Continue reading

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Racists as the New Luddites

Why was the ruling class of 19th century England so eager to import hundreds of thousands of Irish workers? Friedrich Engels, writing in 1845, quoted Thomas Carlye to explain: “He is there to undertake all work that can be done … Continue reading

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