tldr; no Statistical discrimination is often useful. False stereotypes are problematic, but they are problematic because they are false, not because they are stereotypes. True stereotypes are useful. Below I paste a comment from a video by Epydemic2020. His video criticizes the use of the term ‘mansplaining’: “Stereotypes are inherently problematic” nah. If the stereotype … Read more Are Stereotypes Inherently Problematic?
Part of me fears actions based on abstract rather than concrete thinking. Seasteading has immense theoretical backing as an avenue for needed competitive governance, but where would the funding for a Seastead come from? Imho, the concern is not that there is a lack of funding from ideologically motivated libertarian types. Au contraire, I fear … Read more 7 Concrete Use Cases for Seasteading
This article sums up a barrage of far left political sources who have been remarkably sympathetic to the right in recent times here in the USA. One main source is the far left and very well known blog Mother Jones. 1 – Mother Jones admits horrible discrimination against conservatives by the IRS:http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2013/05/irs-tea-party-scandal-congress-nonprofit-obama 2 – Mother … Read more Top 5 Ways Mother Jones and the Left Heading the Right Direction! (For Now at Least)