Jordan Peterson and the Apocalypse of Modernism

Jordan Peterson is an apocalypse preacher who attacks progress and modernity under the guise of defending it, argues Emeka Ikpeazu. In the past couple of years I have dealt off and on with depression and loneliness. I am a graduate engineering student. I definitely understand how busy, lonely, and stressful a time it can be. […] Read more

Conflicts in Post-Colonial Fascism: From Peron to Lebanon

Dan Fisher and Katie Barker examine the internal contradictions within two non-European fascist movements after the Second World War, from Peron to Lebanon. In a previous article, we explored the question of whether and how much fascism could be said to have left wing influences. We continue this theme today by looking at two examples […] Read more

Rational Empathy – A Book By Rohit Balakrishnan

Rational Empathy: How the Mind Reveals Objective Morality through Happiness is a debut book written by Rohit Balakrishnan from India, available for purchase from Amazon Kindle in an e-book format. The questions about good and evil, right and wrong–or in other words, moral questions–have always perplexed mankind from time immemorial. What is morality? Is it […] Read more