Monthly Archives: March 2014

Nietzsche on Truth

Truth is a mobile army of metaphors, metonymies, anthropomorphisms, in short, a sum of human relations which have been subjected to poetic and rhetorical intensification, translation, and decoration, and which, after they have been in use for a long time, … Continue reading

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Utilitarianism in Brave New World: A Critique

I felt like doing a short analysis of Brave New World, because who doesn’t like a good dystopia? Throughout Humanity’s existence, the search for the ‘ideal’ society has been a constant pursuit. Works such as Augustine’s The City of God, and … Continue reading

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History Through the Western Canon

The Truth is rarely pure, and never simple – Oscar Wilde can· on noun \ˈka-nən\ a general law, rule, principle, or criterion by which something is judged. Human progress has been a constant stream of oppression, struggle, death, and finally, … Continue reading

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