Do you always fail to acquire the elusive evaluation marks? Many JC students are unable to understand the demands of the markers when it comes to evaluation. 812 more words
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This essay was authored by Paul Gottfried for Nomocracy in Politics.
As a young faculty member at Rockford College forty years ago, my divisional chairman, who was a devout Straussian, once told me that a faculty colleague did not believe in “liberal democracy.” I’ve no idea how my superior arrived at this discovery, but he was clearly incensed and felt “real enmity” for people who didn’t see any difference between “liberal democracy and other forms of government.” My superior also shared with me a text he was then working on that showed definitively that Marx “rejected liberal democracy.” The strange thing is that up until the moment I listened to these harangues, I had never encountered the term “liberal democracy” and when I first heard it used (at age thirty-one), I thought it was a reference to Democrats who had endorsed George McGovern. 4,398 more words
“Stuff” defines character the way “baggage” defines mental health. “Stuff” has physical dimensions, unlike “baggage” in the brain. We see, touch, purchase and long for “stuff” to be worn, displayed or used as recreation before the “stuff” is discarded, given away or stored in a bulging garage. 238 more words
This is a very well written post that helps anyone not overly well-acquainted with what exactly a transgender person is…and is’nt.
I always soo appreciate writers that do such yoemen’s work in helping to push the ignorance boundaries farther and farther into the seas of forgetfulness. 30 more words
i wish i could just give this depthless simulacra of my latest self-representation in this media saturated period that would be effaced soon enough by the consequentialist historicism. 56 more words