Lur wrote:I know I haven't been posting, but some of here are on the left are not "mainstream liberal" like at all and pretty shameless about it, and being considered as such (while an understandable confusion without elaborate posting) will always be funny to me.
At least in the US, the mainstream left has become increasingly radical. Name me a radical leftist position you hold, and I can probably find someone advocating for it recently in the most influential newspaper in the world
. Part of the problem is that the line between mainstream left and radical left is very blurry, a point Jordan Peterson has often brought up.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tFy3mW6MxE
Yasna wrote:Now that we are in the midst of a woke cultural revolution
Really?? That's one hell of an information silo you inhabit. Here's a primer
to get you caught up. And since I know you care about these things: the author is a lesbian Jew.
Like, I wish this were true, but as moving my institution beyond performative wokeness into actual substantive change which empowers non-dominant groups is now part of my job, I've seen up close just how limited this "cultural revolution" really is.
What exactly do you mean by "actual substantive change which empowers non-dominant groups"? More forceful reverse discrimination or something beyond that?
Ein Buch muß die Axt sein für das gefrorene Meer in uns. - Kafka