The Truth about Science

I am resting Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man, and am picking back up The Postmodern Condition: A Report on Knowledge by Jean-Francois Lyotard. The following thoughts are inspired by Lyotard, pages 23-41, sections 7-11. Is scientific knowledge the metanarrative of narrative knowledge? Or is narrative knowledge the metanarrative of scientific knowledge? Because while explicitly stating the … More The Truth about Science

Mobile Society, Income Inequality, and the Postmodern Condition

Our society was built upon a foundation of paternity and masculinity, white supremacy, and capitalism. These three concepts, when mixed, provide for the volatile state of our society, because the makeup of the population is no longer supporting the foundational ideologies. … More Mobile Society, Income Inequality, and the Postmodern Condition

In a New Direction with Jean-Francois Lyotard and Postmodernism

The field, the problem, and the method in Jean-Francois Lyotard’s The Postmodern Condition: A Report on Knowledge are the first three sections where he begins to explain the paradigm shift associated with science, technology, and the knowledge bases from which they extend. Regarding the field: ‘It is widely accepted that knowledge has become the principle … More In a New Direction with Jean-Francois Lyotard and Postmodernism

Gender-Neutral Pronouns and the Origin of Script

Sexuality is not a form of linguistic function. Language supplements speech; what cannot be spoken, cannot be written. If a person is transgender, then that person is going from one gender to the other, hence the prefix ‘trans.’ A transatlantic flight is not in New York and Paris, it is going from one to the … More Gender-Neutral Pronouns and the Origin of Script

Machiavelli versus Derrida, Unequal Distribution of Income, and a Dire Warning for the Black African American Community

The origin of nature = the breach of language The origin of language = the breach of nature In Machiavelli’s ‘The Art of War,’ the beginning of the discourse on war deals with what type of man is most suitable to a political entity for war. The conversation between Fabrizio and Cosimo revolves around ideal … More Machiavelli versus Derrida, Unequal Distribution of Income, and a Dire Warning for the Black African American Community