Richard Spencer Clarifies His Free Speech Position: What He Gets Right and What He Gets Wrong

I listened to Richard Spencer’s  interview on the RalphRetort recently. I’m not going to comment on RalphRetort specifically, but I was only there to hear Richard. I was hoping for a clarification on the free speech question, after a video with Greg Conte a few months back seemed to cast into some ambiguity Richard’s actual …

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A Response to the Richard Spencer/Nick Fuentes Discussion on the Identity Movement with J.F. Gariépy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rf_-fiOjg0w I watched the whole discussion last night, and it was very good. I wanted to just put some comments up here. Participants: Richard is always fantastic. He’s the kind of person who really considers all the nuances of things, and makes you really think. He is always balanced, accurate, and fair when weighing issues. …

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Sex, Sport, and Principle: A Non-Egalitarian Argument for Ending Sex Segregation in Sports

There has been a lot of discussion this past week on the IIAF’s new rules on testosterone levels for women sprinters, and it reminds me again of all the many reasons I oppose sex segregation in sports. People on the alt-right mostly seem to be applauding the IIAF’s decision, which I think many of them …

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Human Infants React to Other Races As if They were Different Species of Primates

In my series “What is race? (and why we can’t agree about it)” I have argued that the races ought to be classified as separate species. I argued this in part, on the fact that our brains think of them as being in the same classification level. Going through my research archives for another project …

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