Philosophy, Politics

Appearance and Eudaimonia: Humanity’s Twin Realities

Those who have watched my YouTube channel will probably have noticed that “meta-values” are one of my main philosophical interests. Meta-values as described by Dennis Prager are the metaphysical concepts that lie at the heart of the way people view the world. Generally speaking, they can be summed up in a single word; “truth,” “pleasure,” […]

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Philosophy, Politics

On Repression

As our society progresses further into the Kali Yuga, Western governments reach out to grab more and more power over their nations. Governmental centralization has become predominant in the Modern era. The current regimes hold an unprecedented amount of dominion over the West. Yet, libertarians and conservatives seem incapable of finding a solution beyond tax reform and begging […]

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Philosophy

The False Dichotomy: Ideas vs. People

One hears this phrase a great deal currently, “We must separate ideas from people.” This is especially true when the topic turns to religion and politics. It’s a debate which has risen to prominence, as far as I can tell, due to the recent influx of Islamic terrorist attacks, where those who use the line attempt to delineate one’s […]

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Philosophy

Primer, Pt. 13: On Extinction

Suicide is a topic I’ve mentioned on many occasions, something somewhat closely linked to my own experiences. I was fourteen when I first began having suicidal thoughts, coupled with light self-harm for a very short period; it was a rather stereotypical case — I even wore black skinny jeans and rode a skateboard then, too… […]

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Culture

Force of Unnature

Where to begin with a topic such as this, the goings against of the Natural Mother and all the awful importance hitherto related? Perhaps it is just to label oneself the “old soul” he is so as to honestly identify the diminishing perspective you presently consume. If it is not too difficult to imagine, think […]

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Creative Writing

The Son and the Skylark

I: “I wish to die,” he told his Father Or told himself, I should say rather His Father told him, “Do what thou wilt The purer intent further’s spirit distill’t” “But I wish to die, to see no more No more caring of what enters the fore” But the Father had enough of this talk […]

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Culture, Politics

Moderns Against Modernity

An Extremists Club Speech Transcript: Hello! Thank you for having me and thank you for David pestering me for months to get me down here — I finally picked-up the nerve. And my cousin Will joins me as well. I have a couple of friends here from YouTube — it’s weird doing all this stuff […]

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