Category Archives: academia

Truth vs. Change

Here’s an excellent talk by Jon Haidt that nicely, and fairly, explains the problem with the social justice movement and how it has infiltrated academia. Haidt notes there are basically two types of approaches that now exist within academia. There … Continue reading

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Social Justice Professor Insists White Men Should Not be Hired

Piper Harron is a mathematics professor at the University of Hawaii.  She posted an article on an American Mathematical Society blog (where she is one of the editors) arguing that white men should resign their positions in academia and no … Continue reading

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Social Justice Through the Back Door

To understand the mind of a social justice activist, you must understand that their minds are enslaved to their Id.  One clear indication of this is the manner in which social justice activists are obsessed with sexual behavior. A groundbreaking … Continue reading

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Peter Boghossian’s Hilarious Hoax

As readers may know, I have been very critical of Peter Boghossian in the past.  Nevertheless, when the man pulls off a stunt that is both enlightening and entertaining, I have to acknowledge it. Boghossian, and his sidekick James Lindsay, … Continue reading

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Professor Tries to Impose Censorship on Students

Another day, another example of social justice authoritarianism.  Today’s example of authoritarian behavior is brought to you by William Thatcher, an assistant professor of Public Health at Fresno State in California. It all begins when some pro-life students secured permission … Continue reading

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Dysfunctional U.

Fredrik deBoer provides further testimony to just how dysfunctional academia has become. I thought of all that as I read this piece on the absurd, infuriating, ongoing situation with Rebecca Tuvel and her not-at-all transphobic article. That controversy lays bare … Continue reading

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Another Way to Respond

We have seen how Prof. Paul Griffiths responded to a social justice email and how the Dean and others in turn responded, leading to Griffith’s punishment and making him feel that he needed to resign.  But I wonder how the … Continue reading

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More Evidence that Postmodern Thinking is Id-Based

Philosopher Kelly Oliver gives us some more information about the postmodernist witch hunt of Rebecca Tuvel. Oliver makes various observations that support my contention that the postmodern mindset draws from the Id: The feeding frenzy in response to Tuvel’s article … Continue reading

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Trying to Understand How Social Justice Advocates Think

Nora Berenstain,  an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Tennesse,  is also a hardcore advocate of social justice ideology.  Let’s have a look at her FB posting that berates Rebecca Tuvel, an assistant professor of philosophy at Rhodes … Continue reading

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Social Justice Philosophers On Display

As we have seen, a common trait of social justice activists is the need to silence opposing viewpoints.  A recent example comes with a twist – social justice activists are attacking each other and dragging their world of academic publishers … Continue reading

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