Sorry to sound a Grinch, but this discussion has been recurring for 20 years, ever since Folio: magazine pronounced print dead in 1993, yet people still confuse terms hopelessly. Continue reading Digital Future?
Objectivity is the improbable proposition that an author either cannot tell the difference between right and wrong, or does not care. If he knows the difference and does not side with the right, he is wrong. If he does not know the difference, he has no business sharing. This is the nature of right and wrong since the beginning of time. For clarity, ask yourself whether U.S. Founding Father Tom Paine felt compelled to grant “equal time” to King George’s side. Continue reading Objectivity
A frequent complaint we hear from women’s groups is about the “objectification of women.” Wikipedia, the soporific go-to for the lazy and incurious, says, “Objectification more broadly means treating a person as a commodity or an object, without regard to their personality or dignity …. The concept of sexual objectification and, in particular, the objectification of women, is an important idea in feminist theory and psychological theories derived from feminism.” I disagree. Continue reading Objectification of Women