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Reflections #6

Table of Contents Response to My Humanist Critics Reflections, Random and Recursive Who Is Jacobi? Toward a Critique of Industrial Medicine Sex and Civilization Words of Wisdom and Folly

Words of Wisdom and Folly

I Traditionally the primitivists have asked us to go backwards, but a smarter primitivism would implore us to go forward. II A friend of mine calls catchy songs “earbugs,” and would engage in what she called “situationist terrorism” by singing earbugs as she walked down the street. This would leave others with little choice but […]

Toward a Critique of Industrial Medicine

Introduction The medical industry is often counted as one of the great achievements of modernity. Certainly some medical technologies are amazingly effective, and a few are indispensible for modern man in modern conditions. Nevertheless, I do not think it is an overstatement to say that the medical industry has, on the whole, been a net […]

Who Is Jacobi?

Or, Shouldn’t I have predicted that by getting rid of everything, I would leave only myself to examine? I If I ever have disciples, I hope they are all named Judas. II Eyes, eyes! Everywhere eyes! Will they cripple me, or will they strengthen me? Will I view them as a curse, or will I […]