Justice in a Ordered Society

In anarchic societies, the cause of justice becomes, by definition, the job of the private citizen. That is to say, the individual himself is ultimately responsible for the safety and security of his property and his life and personal liberty. This is not something unusual for an anarchic society. For in such setups, almost everything…

Talking

She knocked on my door and I opened the door. I was struck by her beauty, the radiance of her face, her long flowing hair. She came in, and we sat down. “I hear you are an intelligent man”, she said, “Why not tell me a bit about the places you’ve been, the things you’ve…

Shanti Parva

After the Great War that has waged all around me over the past year, and now as it draws to a close, it is only proper that we have a few words of peace now, of closure, and of rest. A sort of ceremony one could say, that in the best circumstances, should bring peace…

The journey within

In my last post, I talked about how I came to abandon my Ph.D. and basically get on with my life. In an earlier post, I talked about how I came to do a Ph.D. in the first place. And thus, one could say that in these two posts, you have the the beginning, parts of…

Bye Bye Ph.D.!

In a couple of previous posts, here and here I explained where I was coming from. The posts were written in wayyy back in the end of 2014, when I was just about a year into my Ph.D. Well, we are now past the first quarter of 2017 now, and its only right that I give you…