Tagged: Richard Dawkins

Political Correctness: A Nominalist Cookbook 2

Political Correctness: A Nominalist Cookbook

hieronymus-bosch-das-weltgericht-191083Denying the existence of political correctness is tantamount to living under the rock and describing it's bottom. In this three part podcast we'll try to provide some insight into what PC essentially is.

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Political Correctness Defined (pt. 1) – A Nominalist’s Cookbook

Kali Tribune presents the first in the series of podcasts on the vague subject of Political Correctness. In this episode, yours truly defines PC as a moralist offshoot of metaphysical doctrine of nominalism and points out that it is more intrinsic to postmodern worldview than most people think, and that there's really nothing funny about it. Moreover, the conclusion is that it's implications are bound to bear deadly consequences in the future.

A Digital Orange 0

A Digital Orange

Why is Alex D. a proper politically correct hero? Because he is by his very nature inclusive. Join us for a plunge in murky depths of political correctness and have a bite of that juicy digital orange.

Contingent Divinity: The Golden Calf of the Universe 5

Contingent Divinity: The Golden Calf of the Universe

Although Kali Tribune has a policy of reducing guest posts to translations in order to keep the original content at minimum of 90 percent, this fine article warrants exception. At least two thirds of the total of 000,000,3 of our English speaking readers should check out how Philip D. Collins traces Darwinian metaphysics to it's pre-Charles roots in the essay we nicked from Conspiracy Archive. So, enjoy the "nicked post" which will get you in just the right mood for upcoming Agenda 21 analysis currently being cooked by our Department of Hermeneutics. So, before we present you with dissection of Global Constitution, it is only natural to let Philip provide you with excellent expose of the religion of it's Founding Fathers.

The Propagandist delusion 0

The Propagandist delusion

With seven years delay, Kali Tribune publishes the review of Richard Dawkin’s “God Delusion”, Croatian edition. Editor is therefore obliged to apologize. The reason being he never could read through Dawkin’s “devastating attack on religion” further from the first half of the book. It was not however due to being devastated, but rather of being bored. Well, now we rectify the historical injustice by publishing the review done by Nenad Perković who had courageously put historical duty of Dawkin’s reviewer before incentive to take a nap. Note to atheists: stick to Nietzsche. As Lucifer always used to say: “If you don’t jump, you won’t do the Fall”. Abyss is always at hand, give it a jump. You don’t need Dawkins banana skin to aid your slip. Or you prefer when you can say: “oops!”