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Pankaj Mishra’s Imaginary Fascist: A Review of a Review of Jordan Peterson

Disclaimer: The following remarks aren’t meant as an exhaustive commentary on the plenitude of issues broached by either the review or the book in question. These are but brief observations on the generally negative response Jordan Peterson has drawn from certain expected corners, of which Pankaj Mishra’s is but one, albeit highly illustrative, example. The…


The Freedom Trap

  The last eighty years has been a time of unprecedented liberality and emancipation for women at all levels of society. Indeed, in many spheres their success is beginning to eclipse that of their ancient and feckless foe: men. In an information-sharing economy not founded upon the sweat of labour (not western sweat, at any…