Epistemology at Scale
October 8, 2018
The campaign against Brett Kavanaugh was the perfect crime: smuggling empathetic truths into a situation too universal for empathy.
My Friend Karl: A Review of
My Struggle: Book Six
October 4, 2018
Karl Ove Knausgaard is moved by myth and tradition in a way that betrays his calculated political apathy.
October 2, 2018
Behind the NPC meme.
September 28, 2018
Technology will determine the politics of the future. This invites a return to impersonal readings of history.
After the WEIRDing
September 20, 2018
Rod Dreher and Peter Sloterdijk offer alternative trajectories for fragmentation: sacred collectivities or transformative individuations.
God’s Own Cryptosystem
September 6, 2018
How Heisenberg Uncertainty might be a way to prevent timing attacks against the universe.
Glancing Backwards in the Desert
September 4, 2018
Burning Man is a post-modern post-religion. But it has something substantial to teach about staving off nihilism.
August 21, 2018
Industrialized leisure is yet another candidate for the title of the secular age's surrogate religion.
Sarah Jeong and the Only Direction
August 8, 2018
The radicalism that is mainstream in the American press is not Marxism. It's something more cynical.
SimCity in Real Life
August 6, 2018
Urban planners, focusing on skylines over substance, treat the science of building a city as though it's a video game.
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