Swear–words and Assholic Mind (First Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Today’s world is not exceptional in the milieu. Borderline yet smoked by confused desire for self-satisfaction and self-interest of individual minds, as it was being in Nazi-time. Recent emergence of communal, sectarian regime in India, tyrant dictatorship in Turkey and North Korea, iron-manic ruling policies in Russia, Brexit referendum in Great Britain and a new rising of racism in America after Donald Trump’s victory back the smoky borderline again, where symbolization of slang words and its frequent uses among political agents now increased by time… Continue reading Swear–words and Assholic Mind (First Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Why Social Contract arguments are almost always wrong ⇒ Shengwu’s article on “Trolley Problem” blog

Few top-tier debaters, and virtually no professional political philosophers, would nowadays make or defend the social contract argument as it is used in debating today. Here’s why: Social contract arguments are transparently false and intellectually dishonest, even though they are so commonplace in debating that most debaters don’t question their basic premises. Let’s run through several interpretations of what a ‘social contract’ could mean, and see why they are all deeply problematic./ Read the point blogger Shengwu raised in his article for further argument and debate. Continue reading Why Social Contract arguments are almost always wrong ⇒ Shengwu’s article on “Trolley Problem” blog