With regards to the ‘broadening and deepening’ of the study of the political economy of inequality, I would place emphasis chiefly on its broadening. I would do so inasmuch as I would explore alternative explanations into the fundamental causes of human inequity, inclusive of but not limited to growing socioeconomic inequality. First and foremost, such… Read More Criticism of My ‘Inequality’ Class
I just wanted to clarify what I was getting at with ‘the US should be multicultural; Europe should not’. This is an oversimplification of my thought. Under our current ideology, it is considered a bad thing if there are any homogenous pockets of white people on Earth. This is a deeply problematic sentiment, especially when… Read More More Thoughts on Globalization, Open Borders
So, I remember getting this idea after talking to @cyborg_nomade on Twitter (aka https://antinomiaimediata.wordpress.com/), about how in the future we might just behold “3 digit reputation scores” rather than human faces, and it got me thinking… In short: I am wondering if we can develop an AR (Mixed Reality?) platform which superimposes a generic human-face-like… Read More How Augmented Reality platforms might be used to a) end lookist discrimination (including racial discrimination), b) end the dystopic war on racism, and c) promote a sharing economy which rewards positive human interactions – those shaped by cooperativeness – rather than ego-motivated human interactions, such as cheating, extortion, and exploitation.
I had the idea to write this while I was in the bath tub just a few minutes ago. I was mulling over this article, and thinking about the ruling class. More particularly, I was thinking about how I had been telling my girlfriend(?) the day before about this short story by a female South… Read More A Distributivist Perspective on the Abolition of Antiracism