Steven Mallory has been my default mindset. Not knowing the true potential of his ability, and the beautiful work he created solely because they were created in his vision of beauty. He fell into depression and turned to alcohol as his form of comfort when he got plenty of rejections from the society. He believed […]Read more "Stop Being Steven Mallory, Be Kent Lansing"
Red Planet sets the theme for all future Heinlein novels. Although it is aimed at children, the characters and setting were later reused in Strangers in a Strange Land. The story focuses on the colonization of Mars by humans, the protagonists Jim and Frank are students at an authoritarian school run by a corrupt local […]Read more "This is why need guns – Review of “Red Planet” by Robert A. Heinlein"
Starship Troopers is Robert A. Heinlein’s most well known work, it has been made into films (and its sequels), TV series, comic books and video games. It has a lasting effect on the science fiction genre internationally. The story concerns Juan “Johnny” Rico, who enlisted to serve in the mobile infantry against aliens, primarily the Bugs, […]Read more "To Earn Your Freedom: Review of Starship Troopers"
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Norman Stephen Kinsella is an Austro-anarchist legal theorist (from his own website). His primary focus is on patent law and intellectual property rights. This is a review of his most recent work titled Against Intellectual Property and I aim to refute some of his assertions against protecting intellectual property rights. There is no problem addressing […]Read more "Supporting Intellectual Property?- Review of Against Intellectual Property"
Hedonism is a concept that has always fascinated me, in simple terms, hedonism means pleasure seeking. To the hedonists, pleasure or happiness has the highest value which shall be maximised against pain. Essentially, hedonists are individualist utilitarians who focuses on the self rather than a collective. So is there limit of pleasure seeking? In Objectivist terms […]Read more "The Limit of Freedom"
Voltairine was born on November 17th, 1866 to a French father and a puritan mother. She graduated from grammar school at the age of 12. Her father recanted his libertarian ideal and become religious, by sending Voltairine to a convent in Canada, which she lamented. The repressive atmosphere was not good for health, her fragile […]Read more "A Beautiful Mind-Voltairine de Cleyre"