An Alternative Take on Cancel Culture

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But this, in my view, has little to do with people being overly sensitive and much more to with the very economic system that conservative critics of cancel culture regularly prop up.”

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Gad Saad’s “The Parasitic Mind”: A Reasonable Premise Gone Awry

At the time the aforementioned Heterodox Academy report was published, firings of conservatives had doubled, yet left-leaning professor firings had spiked by 950%.”

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A Better Way to Understand the Intellectual Dark Web

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“In a different world where the culture war never happened, I might have seen myself as their ally in some areas.”

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Clarifying My Comments on Lindsay, Pluckrose, and Boghossian

(Mike Nayna)

The picture of science that they defend, however, is what merits the most attention.

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On the “Sokal Squared” Trio

(Mike Nayna)

“Now, this is not a review of the book, nor a critique of them personally but, rather, a critique of their function as public intellectuals.”

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The Places Where Patrick Deneen and the Left Can Agree

“I agree with Deneen—and I suspect many others on the Left do too—that the local community is the optimal setting to pursue the good.”

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Nathan J. Robinson’s Curious Critique

If people’s convictions about those particular issues are weak enough that they could be changed by watching Rising, they surely could be changed in many other ways…”

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Are Conservatives “Virtue Signalling” Too?

Of course, virtue signaling from the Right regarding the protests has come in many forms other than writing.”

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Liberty and the Left

Prominent proposals by left-wing parties such as democratizing the workplace or introducing universal public healthcare (in the United States), they argue, are best framed as positions that further the cause of freedom.”

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Has Dave Rubin Found His Intellectual Stride?

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I do want to give Rubin the fairest shake I possibly can. As such, instead of commenting on the book generally, I will look at some of the book’s arguments in detail and break them down…”

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Given Tara Reade’s Allegation, the Left Should Reconsider Support for Biden

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“It should be deeply disturbing for voters on the Left of the Democratic Party to vote for a candidate who, not only is likely to have sexually assaulted a woman—but who used a position of power to do it and get away with it for years.”

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The Time Has Come for the Left to Sink the Democratic Party

If the Left were to abstain from participating in this election en masse, the consequences would be deep.”

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Michael Brooks’ New Book Hits the Mark

Brooks argues that, far from this façade of ideological diversity, the IDW is built around a single and deep ideological commitment. This commitment is the preservation of presently established power hierarchies.”

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When We Imbue the Stock Market with Religious Properties

These things seem all too familiar when thinking about a somewhat abstract entity with arguably outsized power over billions of people’s lives when—on a whim—it decides to violently go ‘up’ or ‘down.'”

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The Critics of “Social Justice,” from Jonah Goldberg to Jordan Peterson

The conservative critiques of social justice are, therefore, wrong on two different fronts.”

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