From an intriguing public figure who could discuss social issues with enviable articulacy and was a guru of public debate to an angry, resentful and frustrated fighter in the culture war. That is the central theme in the recent critique of Jordan Peterson’s development as a public figure, written by David Fuller on the Rebel Wisdom… Continue reading Peterson’s Unease as a Message (Response to David Fuller)
In the era of liberal tolerance as the official state religion, its high priests continuously invite us to publicly reaffirm the dogma that in a liberal society, all lifestyles are equal. Following John Rawls’s classification of “the basis for self-respect” as one of the social goods that the state must distribute fairly, such public declarations… Continue reading Is having a family superior?
It’s almost like a roller-coaster experience. To rotate a map and crop it. It definitely is exciting. Even thrilling. Although I know it might sound funny, and it indeed is. So the following elaboration is only semi-serious. However, I am not exaggerating if I say there’s almost something spiritual about it. To see a map… Continue reading Rotate a Map and say Amen