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It was in a political philosophy course that I first seriously thought about the idea of consent. We were talking about Nozick’s entitlement theory –just acquisition, just transfer, and rectification—as it relates to his overall theory of justice. 1,684 more words

3 Myths about Intellectual Disabilities ("Mental Retardation") Pt. 1

People with an intellectual disability, which is popularly known as “mental retardation,” are PEOPLE foremost. They are more than just the sum of their disabilities. They are capable of a lot and can live very satisfied lives, just like you. 355 more words

Debunking Myths

Ain't I A Man

In 1851 Sojourner Truth delivered her famous Ain’t I A Woman speech at the Women’s Rights Convention in Akron, Ohio. She compelled the world to see past her color that blinded them to her humanity. 465 more words

A letter to Social Justice Warriors

To all those Social Justice Warriors,

Stop it. We all want to help make the world a better place, but we  won’t be doing that with all of your bickering. 235 more words


The Anatomy of an Apprehension: or. From Person to Perpetrator in 60 Seconds

Living in the city, you have the unfortunate occasion to witness a range of police activity; car stops, car chases, chases on foot and the resulting apprehensions.  1,021 more words