Adam Kostakis

The Personal, as Contrasted to the Political

Lecture #7 “They prided themselves on belonging to a movement, as distinguished from a party, and a movement could not be bound by a program.” – Hannah Arendt Last week, we looked at how the concept of domination has become a justification for encroaching despotism. It should not come as a shock to attentive readers …

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Anatomy of a Victim Ideology

But if feminism truly was about equality, shouldn’t feminists be pushing for new laws to criminalize more women, rather than their anti-egalitarian approach of imprisoning less women and more men? Or does equality only matter when it is women who are deemed unequal? (In and of itself, this would imply strongly that women are a privileged class like no other.)