Last Word On Mozilla

I wrote about the Mozilla CEO termination thing (I, II, III). The point of my writing on it was just to continue my long-standing project of pointing out that most procedural arguments — by which I mean content-neutral and substance-neutral arguments nominally divorced from policy and cultural preferences — are not serious. It seems to… Continue reading Last Word On Mozilla

The Future Is Sophistic

I wrote a piece in Salon about how cultural conservatives (but also everyone) aren’t serious about their process arguments when it comes to really anything, but in particular issues of gay inclusion in society. Certain cultural conservatives say, when it’s convenient for them, to use market and civil coercion — the battlefield of civil society… Continue reading The Future Is Sophistic