Articles by Nathan J. Robinson

Why Damaging Property Isn’t The Same As “Violence”

Harm to objects is not the same as harm to people, and we have to keep the distinction in mind when evaluating protests.

Three Suggestions For How Advertising Can Become More Intrusive

The “win-win” logic of advertising makes its spread almost impossible to curb.

Facebook Has The Power To Repeal The First Amendment

It’s simple: When private companies are the gatekeepers to the public square, guaranteed civil liberties essentially cease to exist.

Does “The Case Against Socialism” Hold Up?

It does not. A brief look at Rand Paul’s new book.

Highlights from the “Ask Me Anything” with Nathan J. Robinson

Your questions answered! (Or at the very least, artfully evaded.)

The False Dichotomy

Workers’ mass financial distress is not a given. It is a policy choice.

Animals Are Pointless, And We Should Be Too

The value of life does not depend on “productivity.”

Notes on a Nightmare #7: The Plague

Solace and advice from Albert Camus.

Notes on a Nightmare #6: Against Newspapers

Depressing people with sad news without engaging them in political action is irresponsible.

Reflections on the Bernie Campaign

What it meant, why it inspired us, why we lost, and where we go now.

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