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 An Overview of Natural Law Theory

by Dr. Jonathan Dolhenty

Natural law theory is one of the most important theories in the philosophy of Classical Realism. It is also widely misunderstood by many who have either not taken the time to study it or have heard of it and dismissed it as a "medieval" relic. What I want to do here is merely sketch ou...

A Theory of Public Nonsense

 by Jonathan Dolhenty, Ph.D.

An analysis of nonsense in areas as broad as social behavior, political policy, and science can be complex and intimidating. Since this is so, it seems both necessary and relevant to have some sort of conceptual framework we can use to help us as we plow our way through a sometimes compli...

The Six Pillars of Intellectual Insanity

by Dr. Jonathan Dolhenty

This page is adapted and expanded from the original work by the late Dr. Jonathan Dolhenty whose websites and writings have been expiring and/or malfunctioning following his death - some of his work is only available through The Internet Archive's Wayback Machine now. Wikipedi...

The Somali Pirate

International Finance, World War, and the Creation of the Global System (2019)

International Finance, World War, and the Creation of the Global System (2019) by The Somali Pirate

“The international bankers swept statesmen, politicians, journalists, and jurists all to one side and issued their orders with the imperiousness of absolute monarchs.” — David Lloyd George, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on the Treaty of V...

Jonathan Dolhenty & Mark Passio

The Myth Of Moral Relativism (2013, 2019)

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A slideshow animated-gif (21 slides, 10 seconds per slide) made from the slides at http://slideplayer.com/slide/4192398/ which are based on the essay: https://selfeducatedamerican.com/2013/01/16/the-myth-of-moral-relativism/ (Tip: You can also right-click...