We often hear that something is 'just a social construct' or 'just a human construct', as if this refutes whatever was said. But social and thus human constructs stem from reality in order to even exist in the first place. They are objective realities. Calling something false because it is a social construct is a … Continue reading The human construct fallacy.
We should be aware of the Alinsky tactics of self-fulfilling prophecies. He was overtly Left-wing and all activists use him whether they realise it or not - his books are fully incorporated into student movements and all Left-wing activist movements to such a degree that no one ever references him anymore. It is manipulative, and … Continue reading The left, riots and Alinsky.
In this essay I will be attempting to explain what Plato's theory of forms is and whether or not it is a coherent theory. As I do, my own conclusions will become clear. So to begin with, what is Plato's theory of forms? There are forms, particulars and universals, but I will begin with forms. … Continue reading Plato’s forms.
Living out savage days, We find our path and discuss our ways, People leave and pass me by, And always I think of one. Blessed with beauty, Such as I had not, You interest me beyond comprehension, Staining the scent of my skin. I bend my knee to just one, Pledged myself in days I … Continue reading #19 – Bend my knee
Liberalism and Communism has been smashed into each other to such a degree that Classical Liberalism is now the new Conservatism. In Britain Jeremy Corbyn of the Labour party is seen as the human face of politics, the political Jesus, I mean that would be funny if it wasn't so true when it comes to … Continue reading The working class of Britain are Conservative.
In this essay I will be assessing the role that human nature plays in defining the role of the state, while making references to the political philosophers Hobbes, Locke and Rousseau. First of all, whatever the origin of our human nature is, that natural state does indeed define the purpose of the state and the … Continue reading Human nature and its role in defining the purpose of the state.
In 1 Corinthians 13:11, which is the first Epistle (letter) of Saint Paul the Apostle to the Corinthians he says: 'When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things.' What does he mean? … Continue reading Concerning 1 Corinthians 13:11