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10 uses of the word “monster” in 21 paragraphs ≠ journalism

10 uses of the word “monster” in 21 paragraphs ≠ journalism “One of the leading voices in the U.S. on the subject of Journalistic Standards and Ethics is the Society of Professional Journalists. The Preamble to its Code of Ethics … Continue reading

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The national breakdown of rational and moral argument

Peoples today, especially university professors [my friend excluded], are not rational. In the universities, irrationality is praised, because they favor of deconstruction and postmodernism, contra The Enlightenment assumptions of reason and universally applicable moral standards.

Due to the intentional dumbing down of American school children over a period of many years many (most?) peoples are, in fact, quite incapable of reason, and wouldn’t know a valid rational argument if one bit them on the ass… Continue reading

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Re: Violence – Let’s be intellectually honest, for a change… shall we?

The last quotation from the final page of The Order of Things does not allude to Sade by name. But, in association with the other passages and in context, there can be little doubt that the great cultural ‘mutation’ welcomed by Foucault refers directly to Sade’s moral philosophy and to its practice in actual life.” (Forbidden Knowledge, 246-247) Continue reading

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Intellectualism, pseudo-intellectualism, and our future

I’m hanging out at the Starbucks next to the Universidad de Londres Guanajuato campus in Colonia Roma, Mexico City this morning. I’m in the neighborhood because I’ll be attending the upcoming Bi-Nacional Encuentro, which is being held by Movimiento por … Continue reading

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“20 Children die… each day”?!

“20 unborn babies die from abortion each day in Wisconsin..” Continue reading

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Foucault and the Folly of the Narcissistic Self

We’re now studying the French philosopher Michel Foucault in our Literary and Cultural Theory class and I’m finding it difficult, if not impossible, to read his book: Introduction to the History of Sexuality. In fact, I’m not reading it; because … Continue reading

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