My last word on political philosophy (hopefully): chase no more

July 6, 2018

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I see now that I was chasing a chimera, a wild goose, and a dragon all in one.

The lottery of life: the not-so-secret to my (sort of) success

May 31, 2018

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At this point, I can imagine one totally reasonable response to this “discovery” and my decision to share it: “Well done, Dr. Privilege, you finally figured out what people have been telling you for decades. What do you want? A hero biscuit?”

The game of life: there is no way around it.

May 13, 2018

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I suppose this is a very long and unnecessarily elaborate way of saying what most teenagers have probably figured out.

Posted in: Philosophy, Writing

2018 goto 1989: a return to programming

April 7, 2018

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My explorations feel more like a homecoming than a journey into the unknown.

Posted in: programming

A postcard from journey’s end: twenty-five years in the making

March 10, 2018

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I share the sentence in the same way I might share a postcard, and, like postcards everywhere, the sharing is probably more important than the card itself.

Posted in: Philosophy

The narrative of life: desire, conflict, and its resolution.

February 25, 2018

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The narrative of human existence is written by desire, conflict, and its resolution.

Posted in: Philosophy

Wonder upon wonder: the I in the absence of history

January 27, 2018

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We have all been affected by this revolution, and it has, in winning the moment, convinced all of us that we have have not been individually affected by it. In the absence of a history, it is difficult to even see that a revolution has taken place.