Dylan Thomas’ Bias Toward Postmodernism and Authoritarianism

Yes on content, no on criticism. Demand for monopoly of positiva is different from necessity of monopoly of negativa. Make up whatever fairy stories incels desire. There is only one truth, and it is falsehood, and everything else is simply preference that expresses one’s reproductive interests.


—“It’s the problem of squishy definitions like “liberalism” opposed to clear operational definitions.  Propertarianism, essentially, combines nomocracy and property, where by law is decided by calculating exchanges of demonstrated property (en toto). All the nuances and details boils down to different configurations (and preferences) in which one applies this basic fundamental notion.” — Bill Joslin 

—“It’s not a matter of “don’t have spiritual values.” We ALL have them. Trying to eradicate spiritual values is most likely a vain and pointless ambition.

The issues are:

1) It’s not always possible to meaningfully communicate spiritual values that aren’t already shared. And even when it is, it’s usually not possible to reach any sort of agreement.

2) It’s very hard to check, correct, adjust, or update spiritual values that are wrong, bad, unsuitable, or out of date.

Which is why maybe you might WANT a few autists around profaning the sacred with unnaturally precise and complete language.

Otherwise your faulty spiritual values have no way to die, when they inevitably must, but to die with you…”—Ely Harman 

One response to “Dylan Thomas’ Bias Toward Postmodernism and Authoritarianism”

  1. I was trying to see if anyone had any good critisisms but I found Dylan’s response to be essentially a complicated way of not really saying anything. Why speak in such confusing, vague and non-literal language when one doesn’t have to?

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