When Parental Rights End aka. Keep the New Ontario Sex-Ed Curriculum

It seems to be a commonly known fact that Western society (and in particular, the USA), hates children. Recently, I have also seen push-back against feminists like myself, who say they hate children. However, in my experience these are two very different types of hatred. My hatred is personal. I think children are sticky and… Continue reading When Parental Rights End aka. Keep the New Ontario Sex-Ed Curriculum

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The Morality of Voting

So this is a couple weeks late, but I have feelings about the recent Ontario election. This isn't the place for them though. You can read them here instead. What I am going to talk about here is ethics & moral philosophy, because that's what this place is for. Now, I heard and saw a… Continue reading The Morality of Voting

The Tragedy of the Privates

So today's blog post is not going to be strictly philosophy. However, I'm going to claim it as such anyways, because fundamentally, philosophy is a love of wisdom (philo= love, sophia= wisdom), and has permeated every subject in the history of thought. So today we are going to be philosophical economists, and talk about what… Continue reading The Tragedy of the Privates

Sci-Fi Syndrome and Government Policy

As some of you may know, I am a huge sf nerd. I say "sf" instead of "sci-fi" because of how much of a huge nerd I am. I think in many ways, sf, or at least the sf I love best is often a good way to do philosophy- and in particular, moral philosophy!… Continue reading Sci-Fi Syndrome and Government Policy