By Jonathan Waring on April 25, 2010
In this post I discuss the recent lack of activity at jonathanwaring.net, and then comment on some possible titles for future examinations, including: ‘Scientology and the ARC Triangle: The Value of Systematising’; ‘Anarchism and Libertarianism’ and ‘What if Hitler was Right: On the Importance of Interrogating Wrong Ideas’.
By Jonathan Waring on March 15, 2010
Best restroom graffiti I ever saw in college was, “Ayn Rand is L. Ron Hubbard in Drag.” The above is a quote from a comments post, spotted while searching for connections between our two current protagonists in the collective Internet culture. There are a couple of other variants dating from 2005 onwards—try searching for the, […]
By Jonathan Waring on February 10, 2010
I am in the process of researching the conceptual systems and philosophies of ‘dubious’ thinkers—particularly those who have been successful in spreading their ideas into popular culture. Currently my research is focused on, and is interested in contrasting, the ideas and writings of Ayn Rand (founder of the ‘philosophy’ of Objectivism, through which she claimed […]