Secret Societies have, understandably, become a mainstay of conspiracy culture in the Western World today. As Manly P. Hall, the knowledgeable chronicler of philosophical studies in the early part of the last century had written, “Secret Societies have existed among all peoples, savage Continue reading A Brief History of Secret Societies in the Western World
This week on Middle Theory, we begin by looking at the movement to have the United Nations ban cultural appropriation, in an effort to enforce that ever-fine-line between appreciation, and appropriation. But should things like yoga be considered “cultural appropriation”, in Continue reading 06.23.17. Philando Castile: Justice Served?
The Mouth and McNonymous pay tribute to Leonard Nimoy, a man whose efforts went well beyond his portrayal of characters like “Spock” in the Star Trek universe. Continue reading 02.27.15. Nimoy, Centrists, and Balance of Power