Intellectual Cowardice: Western Indology is Promoting Genocide Denial Of India’s Past

I feel this is an important issue to highlight, because Western Academia seems poised to just ignore painful truths of history, even if it means genocide denial for the sake of treating all religions as equal. After learning more about the issues within Islam, I had to re-evaluate what I thought was true from US … Continue reading Intellectual Cowardice: Western Indology is Promoting Genocide Denial Of India’s Past

Thus Spake Zarathustra Review

Nietzsche's philosophical novel was an amazing read. At the time I began to read it, I hadn't really been captivated by a novel since the Harry Potter series (which I love) and I found most fantasy stories to be really boring. I didn't expect much at the time, it was mostly curiosity in relation to the game. I suspected that I'd find it boring. To my surprise, it was initially quite a laughable read.

Intelligence: All That Matters by Stuart Ritchie

This book is useful in clearing away misconceptions about intelligence research that have been popularized in Social Media and Liberal-leaning media outlets. One of the most shocking facts presented in this book is Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences has no basis in scientific research; at best, Musical Intelligence may be different from General Intelligence (G-Factor) but … Continue reading Intelligence: All That Matters by Stuart Ritchie

Review of Winner-Take-All Politics by Hacker and Pierson

Link to Amazon website for the book: Winner-Take-All Politics Review of Winner-Take-All Politics by Hacker and Pierson Must Read: for those who care about economic inequality and feel disillusioned or depressed by the inaction in Washington. This is one of the most eye-opening books about modern political policy, political history of how the Super-rich took … Continue reading Review of Winner-Take-All Politics by Hacker and Pierson

An Atheist Manifesto by Joseph Lewis: An angry and ludicrous tangent

Let me dispense with the quick ad hominem that I'm sure will follow this review. I didn't give such a negative review because of the argument that this book favors; I'm giving it a bad rating because I sincerely find no compelling reason to view the contents of this book as anything more than an … Continue reading An Atheist Manifesto by Joseph Lewis: An angry and ludicrous tangent