Helping people with some sort of disadvantage is not necessarily a weakness. It can definitely be a strength. Continue reading Simple Argument Against Social Darwinism
The economy is not really that open, nor is it intended to be so. In fact, in many key ways, an economic system is actually a set of restrictions. Continue reading A free and open economy?
For a place that’s such a haven to liberals/leftists, it’s remarkable how obsessed they are with catering to productivity, professionalism — all hallmarks of authoritarianism and corporate culture. Continue reading Biased Judgment: Professionalism Sucks and Productivity Hacks are for Corporate Cults and Gurus
As I’ve stated before, sometimes Medium.com writers produce quality articles (in addition to some bad ones). One of these is by Bertrand Cooper, who questions the so-called “success sequence.” Many of you are wondering, ‘Okay, what is that?” Well, the … Continue reading The ‘Success Sequence’ Sounds Like a Horror Movie Title
I was reading a little about feminism, and I realized how it ultimately calls for something like a universal basic income. I’m actually not against the idea. So, while I critique some views that fall under the broad “feminist” label, … Continue reading Universal Basic Income: Beyond the (Real or Imagined) Women’s Wage Gap
Is Work That Great, Really? Society’s Need to Catch Up with Technology, etc. Continue reading They refuse to work.
Across the internet, articles exist either defending or condemning the traditional male “provider role.” I’m going to try to address the issue objectively (though that’s what they all say, I’m sure). One article I just read defends it, but notes … Continue reading All This Talk of Traditional Male Provider Roles is Giving Me a Headache