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Max Stirner - A Response (No. 1)

What role education should play within our society has always been a favorite topic for political theorists, philosophers and public intellectuals. Should we be educating our children to be “good citizens” and embrace liberal democratic “values”? 1,244 more words

Reflection

We're under siege from a new breed of intellectual: The pseudo academic

Iain Dooley shows us how to deal with the paranoid delusional ravings of pseudo academics, like Malcolm Roberts and the Alt Right.

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Critical Thought

Are You Not Entertained!

So this is my second post on our site, and yes it’s about sports again. Sorry, not sorry. A recent debate on one of our mindless chat threads has caused me to put my brilliant mind again to the stroke of the key to provide you all with the wonderful insight you are about to read. 3,482 more words

Don't be afraid to have an open mind

Any man worth his salt will stick up for what he believes right, but it takes a slightly better man to acknowledge instantly and without reservation that he is in error.

—Andrew Jackson

Just Hear Me Out

by Andrew Frimpong

I was lucky to have been born at an ideal time and place in American history. Growing up African American in the suburbs of Houston, Texas, in the 90s, was about as good as it could ever get. 1,072 more words

We're Almost There

The next post will be after the election–thank God.  I’m not sure I can deal with any more of it.  The sheer amount of hyperbole, misinformation, bad thinking, and other similar dreck is all but overwhelming. 678 more words

Planning

Judgment Day is Near

As I write this, the sun has just risen on the final week of the 2016 election and, strangely enough, there has not been a genuine effort on the part of some to break away and create their own Trumpocracy. 509 more words

Reflection