Tag Archives: Amos Wilson

Mensa Rejects

In order to qualify for Mensa, dubbed the high IQ society, you must be in the special 2%, which means, you score above 150, and yet, how are we to compare the pursuit or beauty with the pursuit of intelligence? … Continue reading

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George Simmel/Chasing Clothing

In her book, “Fetish and the art of the teese”, burlesque dancer/performer, Dita von Teese advances that clothing is the way through which we convey messages and ask questions, if not only provoking thought. In our “modern” era, however, the … Continue reading

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eternal birth

July 26 (week since last post) July 27 July 28 one year anniversary of nomasons.net August 6 release of An End to Childhood September 6 coming home December … 1 year since feltham Approaching a century of ideas, I will … Continue reading

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existential contempt

Earlier on today (June 4), I tried to drop-in to the former “home”, however, much to my despair, I was to encounter the “king.” “Sit down son”… I felt obliged. I sensed something coming. After some routine small-talk, it erupted…again. … Continue reading

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If Fuller Must Die

According to Amos Wilson (1941-1995), Ivan Pavlov (1849-1936) didn’t so much discover the principles of conditioning, as he did “codify” them. It was through this codification that these principles were packaged and introduced to other people. Likewise, Van Gogh’s pictures … Continue reading

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Asa G. Hilliard III | The State of African Education

Originally posted on The New Liberator:
American Educational Research Association Plenary Presentation  Commission on Research in Black Education  April, 2000  New Orleans, LA It took Lerone Bennett several decades to write his newest book, Forced Into Glory: Abraham Lincoln’s White…

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Kernel Commission

Summary of 2011 report examining the challenges facing “oppressed” people in 2012 We have found that racist behaviour/thought is not merely institutional; it relates to the authority/autonomy balance (AAB), that is; the desire for conflict that arises between the individuals … Continue reading

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