Canada’s race problem? It’s even worse than America’s.

we have a far worse race problem than the United States

Canada’s race problem? It’s even worse than America’s.

————— Systemic racism is intentional. I wonder when the discipline of philosophy itself Will look at its Systemic intentional racism. I mean, it is the philosophers Who started using “intention“ as a justification for subjective agency.

Even as philosophers argued for the essential justice involved in being intentionally aware and active, the subject justified in itself for whatever it comes upon for whatever it’s able to think…

…We know now that the crucial component of intentionality is actually responsibility. It is not merely that a subject is ontologically justified in its ability. We are seeing more and more that this “natural ability“ is racist, tends to promote one group over the other and in fact in, our world has directed all systems based upon this notion of “natural ontology” to make exclusion as a “natural” blind spot for the intensional purpose of making one group (White) superior to every other group.

I am asking just how the notion of reason itself might be a systemic enforcer. For the identity which arises through conventional reflection upon thinking, automatically assumes that its reasoning is neutral and able to come overcome any bias of itself through reflecting upon itself. That is the definition of whiteness; that is the definition of systemic racism. As though the subject exists outside of ideological enforcement, as though indeed the subject, the human thinker, is communing with some ethical source, some pristine essential goodness, that arises outside of the ideological system.

Author: landzek

My name is Lance Kair, a philosopher musician that is being questioned.

5 thoughts on “Canada’s race problem? It’s even worse than America’s.”

    1. Actually, the very notion of race has been argued to be a category created by ‘science’ for the purpose of establishing white people as superior to all other people. And this is closely related to the category ‘reason’.

      1. Yes. I agree. And more than politicians: individuals take what they can get. most often ethics follows a person’s desires rather than leads them.

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