An immediate word of caution and disclaimer: Ms. Straughan approvingly makes reference to a dating practice of alternatively paying for dinner (the “steak”) and providing sexual favors. The appearance of her comments should not be taken as an endorsement by the author of this website of immoral and risky practices in dating (1-5). Ms. Straughan, … More [VIDEO] Karen Straughan: The Burden of Being Male
We are facing a crisis of impotency in males–civilizational potency, that is. But this lack of generative power is not a malady primarily of old males, but rather it ails young males in the most cruel ways. Yes, there are important environmental factors for which scientific sleuthing would be indubitably lead to a fruitful search. … More UPCOMING: “Virtual Reality” is Actual Unreality–And Male Intellectual Dysfunction Follows
The thirty-minute video in question is, for your convenience, here: In the video below, Milo Yiannopoulos accurately identifies one disingenuous tactic of the Left, specifically, when losing an argument or unable to sustain oneself in a conversation–Leftists, pseudo-intellectuals and mediocre authoritarians “dial 911” and accuse their interlocutors of inciting violence. This is pure misdirection and … More How Not to Have a Conversation: Cathy Newman Abuses Good-faith Thought and Attempted Discussion in Her Interview of Jordan B. Newman
The government–corporogovernment–is destroying our freedom to think and to communicate. There must be a revolt of the individual (ROTI). The ROTI is, in itself, value neutral. there must be a concomitant expansion of human depth, independence and–most importantly–virtue.
We have reached a stage of crisis in the United States, and apparently elsewhere as well, where people are unable to entertain thoughts unlike–or contrary to–their own. There is a personal dialectic that needs to occur in one’s own head in order for a person to become liberated and noble. It is essential in becoming … More APHORISM: A mind in search of developing its full potential should read serious books it does not enjoy and engage in conversations that make it uncomfortable
The Greeks realized the point. They called it phronesis, or practical wisdom. This is a union of knowing that can be described, modeled, and conceived of by a formula, with other type of knowing that is only gotten by experience. Which is better? The question is ill-conceived. Some of the greatest injustices of history, through … More VIDEO LINK: Jordan B Peterson and Victor Davis Hanson on the importance of professors integrating theoretical knowledge and lived practice