How do we justly divvy up the resources we have in the world? Continue reading “All the Standards Fit to Test”
According to the commander-in-chief: “as long as we are proud of who we are, and what we are fighting for, there is nothing we cannot achieve.” Is this encouraging? Or megalomania?
Memory haunts us all. Continue reading “May Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot”
Criticism notwithstanding, behaviorism can be interpreted to supply a cautious optimism about changing one’s current state of affairs. But optimistic outlooks can be fickle.
They have more in common than you’d think. The obvious answer is that they both have an obnoxiously long duration that wasted hours of my life, are devoid of any meaningful substance, pander to the the worst cliches imaginable, and are insulting to our common sense. But the obvious is not always the full story.
Continue reading “Transformers 3; or, What’s Wrong With Sexual Harassment Training”