Identity, Truth, and Stoicism in the Face of Crumbling Norms of Civil Discourse

Introduction Yo. Check it. You can’t have a functioning democracy without at least two things: a concern for truth and civil discourse. Although perhaps too obvious to state, democracy requires citizens have a concern for truth. Without it, policy will be ineffective at best. Y’see, in (many conceptions) of democracy, policy represents, to some degree, […]

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Gun Control Policy in Public Spaces

IntroductionCan you write something about guns in the US of A without pissing off a large portion of your audience? Not likely. But let me try to propose a policy that has elements that both sides might endorse (excluding the most extreme ends of the spectrum).A little auto-biographyAs a Canadian born to pacifist parents, the […]

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