Those “>” up there in the title, those are greater-than symbols. It is not a reflection of what is, but … More
There once was a man who lived in the woods at the base of a beautiful mountain. Older than age, … More
I am fortunate to now be in a position where I teach for a living. From my point of view, … More
Primitivism and rewilding are currently two of my favorite concepts to research/think about. Both have something to do with not … More
I find most of Tolstoy’s spiritu-politica-philosophical writings to be very intuitive, common-sensical, simple, and perfectly difficult. However, there is one … More
Most, if not all, things can be measured in two ways: quantitatively and qualitatively. Freedom is no different. Today, with … More
I believe that all forms of government share – by definition – one fundamental premise: people fear responsibility and believe they lack capacity on their own, so they delegate responsibility to what they choose to believe is a force with more capacity which should thus be given such responsibilities as feared by the people.