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Is Marxism too 'eurocentric'? A critique of postcolonial IR theory

This is an essay originally written to discuss the charge or ‘western-centrism’ in international relations (IR) theory as a whole, though I have adapted it to address the charge against marxism in particular. 3,325 more words


A Fully Realized Christian Hope Counteracts the Cynicism of Postmodernism and Legalism

I grew up in two worlds: the postmodern culture of my public education and the isolationist culture of my church. Although I was not consciously aware of the secular culture in which I grew up, it influenced me all the same, both implicitly shaping me and as I explicitly reacted against it. 1,113 more words


The Sounds of Silence

The following is excerpted from the book Before the Final Trump by D. D. Edwards.

The cross has shut up man to grace or judgment. .

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End Time Perspective

On Multiculturalism, Immigration, Rights and Freedoms

I’m reduced to posting extracts now. Well, better than nothing, eh? Perhaps. Perhaps not. Anyway, this is another quote from the same article:

The most destructive postmodern form Marxism had adopted is the doctrine of multiculturalism…

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Critique of Postmodernism

Here’s an essay I wrote last year in my first year. Basically criticising the postmodernists’ reaction to Foucault and how it established a fertile ground for the resurgence of Neoliberalism. 2,448 more words

Postmodernism disrobed

by Richard Dawkins

Intellectual Impostures
by Alan Sokal and Jean Bricmont
Profile: 1998. Pp. 274. £9.99
Published in the USA by Picador as Fashionable Nonsense in November 1998…
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Corey Zielinski

To listen to Allen Ginsberg read “Howl” or some of his other poems, click here.

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Corey Zielinski: Madness in Allen Ginsberg’s “Howl”