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Posted inBooks

Let’s talk humanist science fiction: An interview with writer Ray Nayler

Reading Time: 15 minutes In North American literature, strict boundaries are often propped up between fiction and nonfiction, along with “literary” and “genre” prose. These are useful for commercial purposes, but out of step with our history. Speculative fiction might even be considered our oldest literary form: a realm of play and exploration, and a way of reaching deeper […]

Posted inGeneral

The ‘Help-Rejecting Complainer’ (LSP #213)

Reading Time: 6 minutes Not long ago, I discovered a very useful term in dealing with difficult people: the help-rejecting complainer. Sure, it gave me flashbacks to my time in the trenches doing tech support, but it also gave me a framework of perception that’ll help me in the future. I thought y’all might also find it useful. So today, Lord Snow Presides over the unique way that descriptions help us frame problems — and solve them.

Posted inGeneral, Politics, Sex & Gender

The Unholy Trinity – Rehashing Gay Marriage Years Too Late

Reading Time: 10 minutes This is part of my series on Matt Walsh’s book, The Unholy Trinity, Blocking the Left’s Assault on Life, Marriage, and Gender. Chapter 6 is titled “The Impossibility of Same-Sex Marriage.” I’m glad to get back to writing, graduate school has gotten in the way recently. I’ve been trying to do this book review more frequently, […]

Posted inEvolution, Philosophy, Science

Answering Questions about Empiricism as Foundational: Abiogenesis, Language and Incredulity

Reading Time: 6 minutes Goodness me. Here’s another comment from See that he demands is answered, dripping as it is with condescension, and full of naivety. This came in the middle of his points being soundly debunked. As ever, I write this not so much for him, but for all the other readers. Some of See’s comments are regular […]

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