Monthly Archives: July 2015
The original meaning of the American Civil War was Union. The ultimate meaning of the war was Emancipation. Between the cause and the consequence was a series of pure contingencies.
The lost cause is not always the right cause despite its loss; the victorious cause is often the right cause despite itself.
What fascination with the fantasy of enjoyable anonymity!
“Who are the people?” is a question which cannot be answered. “Where are the people?” is a question which can only be answered by pointing.
A bunch of chickens with their heads cut off runs around. No doubt, the head chicken is somewhere nearby.
Political theorists, unlike political scientists, have the good sense to acknowledge when they’re making things up.
Being—I know right?
We know that belief in Love is a delusion. Whether belief in God is a delusion is up for debate.
It is unrealistic to expect a great person to be one. A small one has a better chance of being many.
The highest common dominator sets the lowest common denominator.