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What we’re up against: White liberals rejoice at Whites becoming a minority

I know I spend too much time on Twitter, but this definitely caught my attention: Is it strange that I’m rejoicing in the fact that whites are losing the majority demographic, when I’m white? — Liz “Bama” #BLM #GoodTrouble (@bamableu) August 22, 2021 Yes, of course, it’s strange. What other definable group rejoices that they […]

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The Psychology of Moral Communities, Part 5 of 5: Psychological Mechanisms for a White Renaissance

Go to Part 1 Go to Part 2 Go to Part 3 Go to Part 4 Psychological Mechanisms for a White Renaissance In general, individualists are less ethnocentric than others, but this does not imply that they are incapable of ethnocentrism. It makes sense a priori to suppose that natural selection would act to make humans—even […]

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Review of David Skrbina’s The Jesus Hoax: How St. Paul’s Cabal Fooled the World for Two Thousand Years

The Jesus Hoax: How St. Paul’s Cabal Fooled the World for Two Thousand Year David Skrbina Creative Fire Press, 2019 David Skrbina is a professional philosopher who was a senior lecturer at the University of Michigan from 2003–2018. In addition to the book under review, he has written and edited a number of books, including […]

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Lance Welton on Jewish ethnocentrism: Fairness, Paranoia, and Self-Deception

Lance Welton’s article on VDARE is a nice summary of research on Jewish ethnocentrism and its consequences: “Did the ADL Think It Could Get Away with  Hypocrisy on Replacement in U.S. vs. Israel? Answer: It Probably Didn’t Think At All.” As noted below, some of his presentation touches on my Individualism and the Western Liberal […]

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Understanding Western Uniqueness

A rather long critical review of Joseph Henrich’s recent The WEIRDest People in the World, based on my book Individualism and the Western Liberal Tradition.  Understanding Western Uniqueness: A Comment on Joseph Henrich’s The WEIRDest People in the World: How the West Became Psychologically Peculiar and Particularly Prosperous Mankind Quarterly 61, no. 3 (2021): 723–766. Abstract […]

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The Working-Class Future of the GOP

AXIOS article by Mike Allen, Jim VandeHei: Republicans, long reliant on big business and the rich, see a post-Trump future centered on working class white, Hispanic and Black voters, top GOP officials tell Axios. Why it matters: This is a substantial shift, born of necessity and the post-Trump reality. It would push Republicans further away from the […]