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On Loyalty, Politics, and Statehood

The days of the state as the predominant political institution of our time are numbered. Read More »

Hobbes and Locke Revisited: The Foundations of the Modern Liberal State, Part XIII

In time, the state was forced to function, at least de jure if not de facto, as a guarantor of the rights of the new constituents: it had become what’s come to be known as the liberal state. Read More »

James Cameron’s Avatar: Philosophical Roots

Holy Gaia, Margaret Mead! Let's all bow down and worship stone age people. Read More »