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Pause for Thought: Money without Value in a Rapidly Disintegrating World

Pause for Thought: Money without Value in a Rapidly Disintegrating World
6 months ago

Pause for Thought: Money without Value in a Rapidly Disintegrating World

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The acceleration of the “emergency paradigm” since 2020 has a simple yet widely disavowed purpose: to conceal socioeconomic collapse. In today’s metaverse, things are the opposite of what they seem. …
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A Few Points of Philosophical Interest Learned by Watching Our Cats: Part II
7 months ago

A Few Points of Philosophical Interest Learned by Watching Our Cats: Part II

If cats are conscious but not self-conscious—that is, if they do not split experience in two and constitute an inner self which stands at one remove from all other perceptions—they …
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The Political Implications of Non-Representative Art
7 months ago

The Political Implications of Non-Representative Art

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In his Philosophy of History, Hegel provided a wonderful characterization of Thucydides’s book on the Peloponnesian war: “his immortal work is the absolute gain which humanity has derived from that …
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V Day, or Z Day?
7 months ago

V Day, or Z Day?

This year, May 8 Victory in Europe (VE) Day celebrations, commemorating the Allied powers’ formal acceptance of Germany’s unconditional surrender in 1945, will be marred by another war in Europe. …
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Against Lockdowns, Sheltering Ukrainians: Is That Even Possible?
7 months ago

Against Lockdowns, Sheltering Ukrainians: Is That Even Possible?

A few days ago, while catching up with a friend on the phone, I mentioned that I was hosting a young woman from Ukraine in my Toronto home. Her immediate …
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