Monthly Archives: August 2012

Objects and Sex

As some of you may or may not have noticed, I previously recommended a post by @EccentricSiren entitled Women As Objects.  It’s good food for thought, and I’ve long been concerned about how incredibly common it is for women to … Continue reading

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Megas Archon: The Inertia of Power

Sadly, this is not going to be some cool anime project I’m working on, though I’m sure someone could make it into one.  Anime writers seem to love borrowing terms from Greek and Latin as much as any other group … Continue reading

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Outside the Box: My Political Views

I’ve taken a variety of quizzes to see how they assess my political views.  Some quizzes are fairly simplistic and rate the level of your agreement or disagreement with leading political figures on the issues in your national political sphere, … Continue reading

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The War on Words: Socialism and Capitalism

This is the third post in a series of however many I feel like blog posts on the misuse and abuse of language with regard to hot-button issues.  For some context, it might be helpful to read the posts in … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, Philosophy, Politics | 6 Comments

The War on Words: Feminism and Misogyny

This is the second post in a series of however many I feel like blog posts on the misuse and abuse of language with regard to hot-button issues.  For some context, it might be helpful to read the posts in … Continue reading

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