Irony and the Alt-Right: What the Christchurch Shooter Tells Us About Belief

We find ourselves trapped between the closing scissor blades of two paradoxical apocalyptic convictions.  On the one side, those who claim to hold sincere beliefs, but live out those beliefs insincerely; on the other, those who claim to believe in nothing yet live out their ironic nihilism with fanatic sincerity. Continue reading Irony and the Alt-Right: What the Christchurch Shooter Tells Us About Belief

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In Our Half A Degree: What It Means To Believe In Climate Change

American discourse describes climate change denial as a binary. In fact, its more of a spectrum, and almost all political figures in both parties are clustered at one end of it. Continue reading In Our Half A Degree: What It Means To Believe In Climate Change