Birth rate and climate crisis

Accurate data but a suspicious interpretation Is population growth one of the time bombs that threaten the planet? No, says Marie Degrémont in La Recherche. “The states with the highest fertility are also those with the lowest per capita CO2 emission rate.” But I have a hard time finding coherence in Mary’s projections. India and … Read more

Philosophers and animal suffering

When semantics traps meaning The characteristic of philosophy is to take into account all the dimensions of human discernment. Being moved is part of it in the same way as reasoning. Contemporary philosophers are therefore moved without hesitation in the face of animal suffering. But in doing so, don’t they contradict the reason? Philosophers of … Read more

PROvax or ANTIvax?

Why this insoluble conflict?Anarchy or democracy?Individual versus collective interestThe defensible arguments of the antivaxCollective, individual, and curative preventionShouldn’t the crowd self-contain?Is herd immunity just a challenge?Some lesser-known provax arguments Why this insoluble conflict? Difficult debate with the hardening of the parties. However, it is not the same type of radicalization: individual in antivax, ” I … Read more

Heterosexual? Laziness

The obstacle to feminism A man who today wants to defend the condition of women, always unequal, has as his main enemy the feminist activists. Paradox? It is that some have played egalitarianism so well that they have transformed… in macha, perfect female equivalent of macho. Same blindness, same radicalization of thought, actions that discredit … Read more

Why did I leave QUORA?

What is Quora used for? Quora’s formative qualities are undeniable, but not in the proclaimed sense. Do the Quorans have clearer ideas? Absolutely. Do they increase their knowledge? It is more doubtful. The gain of knowledge is based on the presence of experts. Does Quora’s algorithm effectively highlight them? Not really. The Quorans self-select the … Read more