Patronising nonsense

1 Introduction Something that vexes me - one of the many things that vex me - is that so often those who take it on themselves to speak out on behalf of various oppressed or minority groups often seem to espouse positions that, had they been expressed by one of the oppressors or majority they … Continue reading Patronising nonsense


It came from beyond an epistemic barrier . . .

Epistemic Barriers - this time in English!  1 Introduction I admit it.  On Epistemic Barriers is (though I say it myself) a rather profound piece of work, containing some very important philosophical ideas.  Unfortunately, it is also profoundly hard to read.  I made the mistake of writing it in the impenetrable style of some of … Continue reading It came from beyond an epistemic barrier . . .