After making sense of the past in his first literary effort Sapiens and turning his analytical mind toward the future in Homo Deus, Harari now seeks to provide some self-help for those living in the present century. Harari’s first effort, Sapiens: a brief history of humankind, was first published in his native Hebrew. Once translated … Continue reading Book review of “21 Lessons for the 21st Century” by Noah Harari.
The Brexit inflicted damage upon the United Kingdom’s liberal undercoat has left it with a deep cut to its heart. And the arterial dark red blood is spilling for the whole world to see. The government has declared that UK citizenship must be applied and paid for. EU nationals who have made the UK their … Continue reading The Shame of Brexit
I, like many left leaning liberals, attempt to persuade my centre-right counterparts against nationalist apology and constantly warn against its allure. Nationalism encapsulates an implicit belief of superiority above all other existing nations and their associated citizens. This belief, when transformed into its toxic form, is often accompanied with the more tangible xenophobia or racism … Continue reading Why Nationalism Persists
The US government, as reported on during June 2018, was separating families seeking asylum through illegal means i.e. crossing the boarder illegally and not, as is legally required, reporting to “ports of entry.” Having said that, however, there has been some reported cases in which (potential) immigrant families had been separated after having followed the … Continue reading Liberalism or cultural homeostasis, but not both.