The Denial of Reality

The Denial of Reality The American education system seems to be suffering from trickle-down subjectivity, an intellectual atmosphere that in many ways screams, “if it feels good, do it.” In a field that fancies itself a proponent of psychology and sociology, psychometrics is curiously pushed to the fringe. Meanwhile, practices that harm students, like constantly […]

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Intellectually Transmitted Disease and the Cure

George Orwell’s momentous novel Nineteen Eighty-Four was written as a warning against irrationality and ignorance leading to tyranny, but in the early twenty-first century Western world it reads more like a prophecy. Instead of thoughtcrimes, there are tweetcrimes where a single, one-hundred-forty character misstep can cost an individual their career, intimate relationships, and sometimes their […]

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