Philosophy and Racism.

The other day, I commented on a post over at Larval Subjects. Someone replied to my last comment: Racism is socially constructed. Just like gender. They are just signifiers without a signified. Now how do you think you can explain and convince someone who doesn’t even know this kind of thinking exists? This is a […]

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Colorado State University investigating after Native American men pulled off tour

Two Native American men who were touring Colorado State University were pulled off the organized visit by campus police when a parent called to report that she was nervous about their presence, school officials said Wednesday. — Read on http://www.denverpost.com/2018/05/02/colorado-state-university-native-americans-pulled-off-tour/ Utter ridiculousness. Systemic racism at its most obvious.

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The Postmodern Ethical Dilemma.

When we look at what Philosophy does through history, we might see that it is a more complicit role than a activist role. Philosophies of activism are necessarily divisional, so we can understand why philosophy appears more complicit. When we attempt to situate ethics in such complicitphilosophies, we may find that there has been an […]

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The Correct Side.

Zizek makes a good point somewhere about how the modern liberal must qualify his ethical position from all sides. Kind of like a political correct but more in that what occurs is he never arrives at any sort of ethical activity. Yeah; let’s get a little less relative: There is a correct ethical side to […]

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