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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 12 Feb 24

The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 135 We all know that equity is a form of socialism now, almost. We’re also entering a new phase of the societal debate about the topic, so it’s worth clarifying the issue. As it turns out, we do embrace and want to embrace certain forms of “equity” programs as it is actually defined, but only under certain conditions. Those limits to equity are most comprehensible by the many approaches to disability discussed in both the sane and the Woke-insane literature that might broadly be classified as “disability studies” or the philosophy of the phenomenon of disability in

The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 135 We all know that equity is a form of socialism now, almost. We’re also entering a new phase of the societal debate about the topic, so it’s worth clarifying the issue. As it turns out, we do embrace and want to embrace certain forms of “equity” programs as it is actually defined, but only under


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Dec 22

Just over fifty years ago, in 1971, Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas was published and instantly became a countercultural classic. However, people have always struggled to… View Post The post When Fiction Is Truer Than Fact: Hunter S. Thompson’s Gonzo Journalism appeared first on Areo.

Just over fifty years ago, in 1971, Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas was published and instantly became a countercultural classic. However, people have always struggled to… View Post The post When Fiction Is Truer Than Fact: Hunter S. Thompson’s Gonzo Journalism appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Nov 22

In the 1982 film Blade Runner, a group of synthetic humans called replicants abandon their various posts off world and make an illegal return to Earth. Their motives become clear… View Post The post Art and the Search for Immortality appeared first on Areo.

In the 1982 film Blade Runner, a group of synthetic humans called replicants abandon their various posts off world and make an illegal return to Earth. Their motives become clear… View Post The post Art and the Search for Immortality appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Nov 22

In this episode of the Two for Tea podcast, our editor-in-chief Iona Italia talks to novelist Richard K. Morgan about his classic novel Altered Carbon, which raises philosophical questions about the… View Post The post Altered Carbon: An Interview with Author Richard Morgan appeared first on Areo.

In this episode of the Two for Tea podcast, our editor-in-chief Iona Italia talks to novelist Richard K. Morgan about his classic novel Altered Carbon, which raises philosophical questions about the… View Post The post Altered Carbon: An Interview with Author Richard Morgan appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 17 Jun 20

Paul Cézanne’s ‘Nature morte de pêches et poiresOriginally published at https://www.parallax-magazin.de on June 11, 2020.Now is the time to re-invent the world, to make it beautiful. We need to actually become beautiful, John Vervaeke tells us. Vervaeke isn’t speaking of aesthetic or cosmetic beauty particularly, but something more intrinsic—related to virtue and wisdom. Vervaeke uses the latin term reinventio, which means to create but also to discover the beauty of the world.Becoming beautiful doesn’t mean becoming what Hegel sarcastically called: the beautiful soul—or the one who is overly precious, sanctimonious and refined. No, beauty also has her rough edges and provocations.We often think

Paul Cézanne’s ‘Nature morte de pêches et poiresOriginally published at https://www.parallax-magazin.de on June 11, 2020.Now is the time to re-invent the world, to make it beautiful. We need to actually become beautiful, John Vervaeke tells us. Vervaeke isn’t speaking of aesthetic or cosmetic beauty particularly, but something more intrinsic—related to virtue and wisdom. Vervaeke uses the latin term reinventio, which means to


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