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Of Mice and Men and Other Things

No philosophy of political or social institutions can be complete without articulating the philosophy of the subject. In what follows, I hope to rectify this shortcoming. Read More »

The War on Free Speech in America

It's easy to judge how free a country is by the instances of wholesale violation of the liberty of the people. Read More »

In Defense of Anarchism, Part III: A Recap

The war on terror and the resulting "state of exception" are quickly becoming regular features of everyday life. The question is, have we reached the end of history or are we about to enter another chapter? Read More »

In Defense of Anarchism, Part II

Anarchism emerges as the only viable political philosophy for our times. We had better acquaint ourselves with its first principles since the movement is already well underway. Read More »

In Defense of Anarchism, Part I

The failure of modern-day politics can be traced to the abject failure of the State, the overarching political construct. Consequently, anarchism emerges as the only coherent political philosophy. Read More »