Monthly Archives: April 2017

To a Collective Sigh of Liberal and Elite Relief Trump Launches Cruise Missile Strike on Syria

The 1990s gave us Smell’s Like Teen Spirit, Mulder and Scully, Jerry, Kramer, George and Elaine and they gave us the Tomahawk cruise missile strike. For those nostalgic for those times the return of Mulder and Scully now comes accompanied … Continue reading

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A Giant Machine is Sucking Up Jobs and It Ain’t a Robot Apocalypse: A Great Week for Bullshitting on Trade.

Barack Obama and Donald Trump have their differences, but one thing they have in common is that both of their administrations rested and rest on a lie and that lie was told to the American working class. With Obama it … Continue reading

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Incommensurability and the Structure of Scientific Unification

The concept of incommensurability was introduced into the philosophy and historiography of science, independently, by Thomas Kuhn and Paul Feyerabend. The most well known, and discussed, application of the concept is due to Kuhn, given the role that it played … Continue reading

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