Collective, historical denial of incest as motivator of violence-customs

Elementary, communitarian democracy does not suffer from budget constraints or amoral, substrate alliances with terror. Neoliberal doctrines and passive communities ally against a world post-violence. It is not that I … Read More

Violence-Customs and the Normativity of Political Withdrawal

I have discussed violence-narratives in a variety of settings, from posts at Trek Ethicist to inlaid through my initial essay for this project “Labors of Freedom: God and Overcoming Violence-Societies.” … Read More

Choice, Discourse, and Presence Against the “Inevitability” of Violence

To continue on the theme of violence of identity formation and socio-ontological denominationalism or, groups within projecting groups, Amartya Sen makes a very finite distinction on choice that I would … Read More