Monthly Archives: January 2018

Fundamentalism: A Definition

Fundamentalism: that religious looking thing over there that I dislike and wish to discredit without trying too hard Advertisements

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Flaccid Authority – Update

Here, the author defends government ordering Society as a civil authority. His talking about the Pre-Fall State seems at first a matter of rhetoric but by the end makes clear he really believes in government as impotent or evil. Nonetheless … Continue reading

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What is truth? from the Ninth Circle

Seeing the harm caused by the unfettered spread of “fake news,” Macron want to do something. Now Macron is a liberal so he’s sure to continue liberalism long legacy of genocide. Right liberals are concerned but for the wrong reasons. … Continue reading

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Right Liberal Mythology

From here. To refrain from stealing is the genesis of civilizations! Only two points need to be understood…for this assertion to ring true. First, civilizations rise and fall with the rise and fall of individual freedom. Second, individual freedom rises … Continue reading

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Irrational Evolution

The notion that the difference between humans and brute animals is only a matter of degrees proceeds from the positivist assumption of evolutions gradualism. In the historical evolution of species, we see a gradual change from one species to another … Continue reading

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Capital Punishment and Liberalism

One of the popular arguments against the use of capital punishment is the problem of innocents. There will always be the possibility that the innocent will be found guilty and executed. Capital punishment is the sort of punishment that is … Continue reading

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Property qua Political Authority

I have in the past held that property is principally an authority over things and derivatively and concomitantly authority over men. I held this as similar to a father’s authority over his son. He has authority over him and in … Continue reading

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