Articles by Adrian Rennix

Can Hierarchy Be Justified?

Editors Brianna Rennix and Nathan J. Robinson assess the case for hierarchies, and what they mean for the rocks and minerals.

The Peculiarity of Gender

It’s a complicated subject! Let’s talk about it.

The Enclosure of Ideas

Instead of restrictive copyright, let’s just make sure artists are well-compensated.

The Politics and “Pretentiousness” of Reading James Joyce

Is this modernist tome full of fart jokes and dense allusions worth all the irritating discourse around it? Brianna Rennix says yes.

Should We Just Open the Borders?

A look at the cute but troublingly framed argument for open borders by Bryan Caplan and Zach Weinersmith.

The World of Wodehouse

A delightful place to enter. A risky world in which to live.

Learning From Jamestown

The violent catastrophe of the Virginia colonists is the best founding parable of American history…

In Defense of Hellfire

The rhetoric of damnation has been lost. But how else can we adequately condemn injustice?

Roller Coasters and the Left

A pretty good way to die…

This Week in Terrible Immigration News #3

An immigration attorney explains the news that other outlets aren’t covering…

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