The folly of how America got into its longest foreign war and the case for immediate withdrawal.
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It was not “good” citizens who established American liberty, but “immoral” and “degraded” people on the fringes of society.
Examining Nietzsche’s policy and politics of joy, radical life affirmation, and what it means to live outside of morality – with relentless ethics.
An argument that globalist, imperialist ideas were embedded in America’s founding philosophy.
The emergent, revisionist history and whether America’s “good war” was actually America’s greatest blowback.
Learn the major arguments of Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault, and other postmodernist philosophers – and new ways of thinking about the questions they raise.
An argument that U.S. military interventions created and sustained what appears to be a self-perpetuating war.
The history, politics, and cultural norms of sex work, with an argument for why it should be decriminalized.