Category Archives: Philosophy

Does “Free Will” Exist?

This is an argument that I’m still working on so please tell me if or where you think I’m wrong here. 1 – Anything that is restricted, limited, regulated, or is contained in any way cannot be fully free. 2 … Continue reading

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Applying the Sunk Cost Fallacy (Or Concorde Fallacy) to Marketing Books

So with the book out and all the marketing I could do (without spamming it) done, I must leave the rest to fate. A big problem that I’ve come to realize is that authors only have so much reach and … Continue reading

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Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: Objective/Subjective Dualism

I just finished reading Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert Persig in which the main character pretty much goes insane due to his belief that ‘quality’ is the source of both the subjective and objective world because, by … Continue reading

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How Identity Politics Will END Western Civilization

Do the sins of the father get passed down to the son? If not, then it shouldn’t be hard to believe that no one should be judged for who they are, but only what they’ve done. If yes, be careful … Continue reading

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What is the Culture War?

Introduction: An Attempt to Understand  I’m honestly asking. I’ve heard the term being used so many times in the context of articles and youtube videos that I think I’m beginning to puzzle together what it might be. This essay is … Continue reading

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The Political Egotism Conspiracy

I’d been reading so many articles on censorship & language policing, ideologically driven misinformation spreading, diversity driven affirmative action, and childish overreactions to the stupidest things that it’s actually made me lose enough of my cultural elitism to realize something about … Continue reading

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