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Gendernomics: Emergent Strategies
Article originated hereI use the concept of emergent strategy in the Gendernomics book when explaining and to some extent describing the various ways in which a strategy can form as a sum of individual actions.  “Strategy as a pattern” is perhaps the more interesting one, and the one that forms the foundation of the book,…

Ruminations on Double Standards
Article originated here“When hypocrisy is a character trait, it also affects one’s thinking, because it consists in the negation of all the aspects of reality that one finds disagreeable, irrational or repugnant.” – Octavio Paz Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) Of Protestation & Petitioning 3.) To Act Or Be Acted Upon 4.) Respect vs. Desire 5.)…

Red Pill Logic: Beyond Red and Blue Pills
Article originated hereLately it seems that there is some discussion regarding when to move on from the red pill. As someone who found the manosphere quite early, was a part of it for a while, left and then came back I found myself thinking about this idea. There is no doubt that everything we encounter…

Office Supplies and Dominance Hierarchies
Article originated hereWhen I started my first corporate job, two of my mentors who had a tendency to contradict each other, gave me the same piece of advice “Don’t dip your pen in the company ink”. This is a piece of very simple advice that helps protect a man who is about to enter a…
The Incredible Life And Explorations Of John Ledyard
Article originated hereOf all the explorers and travelers I have written about, few are as fascinating and as little-known today as the American adventurer John Ledyard.  He lived from 1751 to 1789, during the seminal years of American history; and his travels across the globe (especially in Russia and Siberia) mark him out as a…

The Counsel Of Helios To A Noble Youth
Article originated hereThere is a fable told in the Roman emperor Julian’s oration To the Cynic Heracleios that is worth relating and discussing.  The fable is rather involved, but we will extract its relevant parts here.  The god Hermes once appeared before a youth who, though virtuous and good, was having some difficulties in life. …

Why We Should Not Rely On First Impressions
Article originated hereIt is often said that a man should rely on his first impressions of things when trying to form a final judgment.  There is some merit to instinct; but it seems to me that reasoned deliberation will always provide more accurate results than the shifting sands of sense-perception.  We cannot know all things,…

Red Pill Logic: Basic Premises – Biology Part 2
Article originated hereIn Part 1 of this series I outlined some of the major aspects of biology and evolutionary theory that impact our present sexual market. The Red Pill Praxeology [1] is the study of human action and conduct, and in order to do this, a requirement is a foundation. An approach frequently utilized by…
Review of the Wim Hof Method: does it work?
Article originated hereBreathing. We all do it. But we never talk about how to breathe. And that’s a shame. You see, learning how to breathe properly is of great importance. There are times when you need to say something smooth and witty. Maybe you’re talking to a girl you’re interested in. Or maybe you’re the…
Impressions Of Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Article originated hereI spent the recent holidays in Belo Horizonte, which is the capital of the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais.  It was a fantastic trip, and I wanted to give readers my impressions of the city.   This podcast can be heard on iTunes, Soundcloud, YouTube, and Google Play.   Photos of Belo Horizonte can…

Gendernomics: The Contrast Effect
Article originated hereThis has been a strange couple of weeks, we’ve found out that many Hollywood Male Feminists are creeps (which quite frankly wasn’t a massive surprise) as per the Brimstone Preacher Principle. Rollo posted two very good essays [1,2] on what “creepy” means when women say it. The red pill experienced it’s first brush…

Removing The Veils Of False Modesty: The Life-Affirming Philosophy Of Al-Salami
Article originated hereThe name Muhammad al-Salami (A.D. 948–1003) is nearly unknown in the West, but occupies a prominent position in medieval Arabic poetry.  The genius of his metaphors, the richness of his turns of phrase, and the elegance of his diction can be felt even through the fog of translation; and we will do our…