Part 3 of a multipart series, “How to Nurture Truth and Authenticity”. This article series is for economic reformers and political activists interested in the metamodern political movement. This series will undoubtedly find appeal with those who have come to understand that the current values which drive global economy, those which we call liberal, are obstructing solutions to contemporary political challenges — inasmuch, those values are unable to guide a common activity beyond. Admittedly, the prescriptions herein are likely a mere articulation of what is intuitively felt across a large demographic — certainly those who have found themselves gravitating towards…

Part 2 of a multipart series, “How to Nurture Truth and Authenticity”. This article series is for economic reformers and political activists interested in the metamodern political movement. This series will undoubtedly find appeal with those who have come to understand that the current values which drive global economy, those which we call liberal, are obstructing solutions to contemporary political challenges — inasmuch, those values are unable to guide a common activity beyond. Admittedly, the prescriptions herein are likely a mere articulation of what is intuitively felt across a large demographic — certainly those who have found themselves gravitating towards…

Part 1 of a multipart series, “How to Nurture Truth and Authenticity. This article series is for economic reformers and political activists interested in the metamodern political movement. This series will undoubtedly find appeal with those who have come to understand that the current values which drive global economy, those which we call liberal, are obstructing solutions to contemporary political challenges — inasmuch, those values are unable to guide a common activity beyond. Admittedly, the prescriptions herein are likely a mere articulation of what is intuitively felt across a large demographic — certainly those who have found themselves gravitating towards…

Diary entry, February 19, 2020

There is a Medium article by the author Karlyn Borysenko which has been circulating. “After Attending a Trump Rally, I Realized Democrats Are Not Ready For 2020”. It’s been making an appearance on a few of my friend’s Facebook walls. And along with it, some controversy.

Now, for myself, I’m not interested in whether this is a work of honest truth, or some fact-fiction medley. I find myself reflecting on the piece just as I would any piece of artwork at the museum. Whether the paint strokes or photography depict fantasy or not, it doesn’t…

Justin Carmien

Lecturer on Philosophy at Spinderihallerne, Vejle Denmark. Philosophy of mind, philosophy of science, metaphysics, and political metamodernism

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