Articles in Philosophy
On the ugly fascist nonsense of Costin Alamariu, the ‘Bronze Age Pervert,’
and why objectively horrible ideologies somehow find adherents.
The heart of the problem for conservatives is this: they fear too much intellectualism will lead people to question authority and hierarchy.
Socialism is the most effective altruism. Who needs anything else? The repugnant philosophy of “Effective Altruism” offers nothing to movements for global justice.
Understanding how to talk about rights can help us convince others of the need for social uplift with broad leftist policies that guarantee basic necessities for all.
The French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre was famous for his anti-colonial positions, but waffled when it came to the Israeli occupation of Palestine. Why did he struggle to be consistent, and what does that tell us about “progressive except for Palestine” intellectuals today?
Katie Jane Fernelius on the meme of magic, the sincerity of its deceit, and what we’re too eager to believe.
Anarchist, anthropologist, activist: Graeber’s defiant insistence on the value of freedom, joy, and questioning the unquestionable should leave a lasting imprint on the left.
Samuel Miller McDonald takes an introspective look at chemical deserts, Disney’s hegemony, and empires of the past and future.
What do we, rewired by capitalist urgency, have in common with the beaver?
Dan Walden on the role of faith in liberation, Matt Walsh’s Church of Cowards, and what you can read instead.
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