Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences
District of Columbia vs Heller: natural right to self defense
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27 Aug 2017
Moral Relativity and Trading
12 Oct 2018
Philosophy of Assimilation and Immigrant Identity
The typical person who encounters the west will assimilate from scratch to Greek and then possibly German to trace out the development of centers of culture that are uniquely European. This route however can lead to suffering as it is mirrored by the right wing in many countries of the West, and that right wing in practice does not always allow people to assimilate how they want. Nonetheless the only...
05 Oct 2018
Philosophy of History
History is usually construed as a narrative. There are some people who say that you conspire against history if you say you are the good guy when history says someone else is the good guy. For example the Trojans presented themselves as the good guys even though history had presented the Greeks as good guys. The Trojans believed that history was yet to be made, which says that there are...
04 Oct 2018
Soft Skills, and Differential Ethnicity
Ethnicity is a big component of soft skills and you can think of ethnicity as respect, it is earned, it doesn’t come from stories which are just guesses at the end of the day in comparison to the process of earning respect. I became American first and only recently became Chinese. Given that my ethnicity was always Chinese, it was borrowed before I earned it. I used to be nothing...