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Genealogical Guff

The sheer lunacy that develops demand for products which markets always oblige to provide for always astounds me. The sense of emptiness and desperation which feeds that lunacy always leads me to despair. With the development of various technologies, newer … Continue reading

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The Placebo of Simulacra

At some point, everyone experiences difficulty, an issue at hand, a struggle which they hope to overcome. These struggles are as varied as the stars, and may take the best part of one’s life to play out; many will not … Continue reading

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Towards Libertarian Poststructuralism

Amongst most libertarian groups in the United States, certain concepts have been met not with open arms but outright hostility. Concerned not with the actual content of these ideas, the reaction against them has mostly been fed by an antipathy … Continue reading

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Segmenting Reality

Modern political discourse in societies which practice ‘liberal democracy’ is heavily dominated by symbolic forms which guide and regulate the discourse itself. These forms are most clearly presented in the concept of the political ‘issue’.  These ‘issues’ are debated (or … Continue reading

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Cultivating Consistent Culture

It would seem clear to me that a fundamental reason for the absolutely confounding confusion found among the broad mass of peoples in all nations is due to their respective cultures. When I say culture I do not merely refer … Continue reading

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