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Reclaiming the social from the platforms that are eviscerating it

Reclaiming the social from the platforms that are eviscerating it http://markcarrigan.net/2019/01/08/reclaiming-the-social-from-the-platforms-that-are-eviscerating-it/ — Read on markcarrigan.net/2019/01/08/reclaiming-the-social-from-the-platforms-that-are-eviscerating-it/ My comment: That is interesting in how their proposal implicitly retains the ideal of freedom. Where there is a supposed as essential “exception” that is being impinged upon. I think what the internet is exposing (what Latour and others are… Continue reading Reclaiming the social from the platforms that are eviscerating it

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An Example of Argument which is Erected Upon a False Choice.

Self-Care Puts Us on an Amusement Treadmill http://benjaminstudebaker.com/2019/01/07/self-care-puts-us-on-an-amusement-treadmill/ — Read on benjaminstudebaker.com/2019/01/07/self-care-puts-us-on-an-amusement-treadmill/ Benjamin Studebaker, the author of the blog of this re-post, doesn't allow for comments on his blog. so I am regarding his argument here. (I love his blog, btw.) Basically, my rebuttal is a rebuttal against his whole approach in viewing. An argument… Continue reading An Example of Argument which is Erected Upon a False Choice.

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Philosophical Construction.

One can always tell when there is a religion in place in two ways: 1) The person will declare what they are and what they believe through a Name. For examples; Christianity. But also, Realist. On one hand we have Baptist; and on the other hand we have Existentialism. The second way you can tell… Continue reading Philosophical Construction.