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Sarah Jeong and the Only Direction

The radicalism that is mainstream in the American press is not Marxism. It's something more cynical.
EconomicsTop Section

SimCity in Real Life

Urban planners, focusing on skylines over substance, treat the science of building a city as though it's a video game.
PoliticsTechnologyTop Section

The Conversations that Cryptocurrency Killed

Distributed cryptographic systems have unceremoniously resolved issues that were once endless political tug-of-wars.
PoliticsTop Section

Linkola, Montana

Ecofascism, more than any other right-wing movement, is destined for a surge in popularity as environmental collapse draws closer.
PhilosophyTop Section

The Intellectual Dark Web’s Unwise Center

Moralistic Therapeutic Jungianism is not the cure for what ails us.
PhilosophyTop Section

Catholicism and the Gravity of Horror

The postmodern metropolis points towards a rediscovery of the profundity of the human soul.
CultureTop Section

The Power Elite’s Queer Liturgy

"Pride Month" provides the most concrete examples of elites sanitizing their power through a conspicuous devotion to inclusivity.
FictionLiteratureTop Section

In Defense of Myself

“Guilty or no,” the hangman intoned, “he was in need of editing.”
LiteratureTop Section

Beach Nietzsche: A Review of Bronze Age Mindset

A Bronze Age Pervert's guide to ideology
PoliticsTop Section

Willpower and Will-to-Power

Power has recognized that the anthropological limits of bullshit have been reached and that popular anger is mounting.
Second SectionUncategorized

Colonialism Was Hong Kong’s Exit

British rule in Hong Kong wasn't deliberated, and with it came a withdrawal from dysfunctional institutions to effective ones.
HistorySecond Section

The IKEA Humans: The Social Base of Contemporary Liberalism

The social bonds of the modern Millennial are as fragmentary as their particle-board furniture.
PhilosophySecond Section

Silicon Valley Struggle Sessions

The American techno-state has, after religion, become more fundamentalist.
PoliticsSecond Section

Putting Hardcore Activism to Work for You

Polite participation isn't enough for everybody, but the right is bad at putting those energies to use
CulturePoliticsSecond Section

How Message-Board Culture Remade the Left

For all we hear about 4chan and Trump, the main effects of radicalized posters have been on the left.
PoliticsSecond Section

Psycho Politics

On the left, liberalism has been consumed by universalism. On the right, it has been thoroughly demoralized.
PoliticsSecond Section

A Question of Merit

With or without a change in law, affirmative action will give way to reality.
PhilosophySecond Section

Late Feminism

Woman's biological niche is being crowded out by capital.