Ethnocentrism, or How I Learned to Stop Caring and Abandon Eternally Unreciprocated Altruism

Categories: AltLeft, Animal Rights, Black Pill, Futurism, Race, Tech

Like many or perhaps most people with a verbally slanted intelligence profile, I used to invest a lot of energy into heady academic philosophy, especially ethics. The distant vision of a cognitively post-human species and a suffering-free world governed by utilitarian moral codes probably stimulated my endogenous opioid system. In retrospect, it seems to have […]

On Agency and Accountability

Categories: AltLeft, Black Pill, Tech, Uncategorized

Is it morally permissible for a 14-year-old to be enlisted in the military under any circumstance? The impulse this question elicits is one of disgust, founded on a historically and geographically local set of assumptions about moral agency and its relationship to age. The “true” existence of agency itself is contestable if taken to mean […]

PMS City

Categories: Black Pill, Uncategorized

As with labels such as “schizophrenia,” and many besides, premenstrual syndrome is a symptomatological diagnosis – a category formed not on the basis of any known cause but on a loosely associated set of symptoms, which are many and vary in severity. And none of them should exist. Evolution has had a near-eternity to chip […]

Pinksheet Yang

Categories: AltLeft, Black Pill

A couple of months ago, when an avalanche of Yang memes seemed to appear out of nowhere, Hunter Wallace pointed out (his youtube channel has been deleted so I can’t link to it) that this wasn’t organic, and that Yang was clearly getting a “boost” from somewhere. Wallace was certainly correct about that. It was […]