Anonymity Is the Place of Cowards and Crime
By Craig Wright | 24 May 2023 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Ketelaar (1993) provides a translation of the works of Nakamoto that detail his thoughts, and provides them in English. Nakamoto’s

Paper Critique: The Geography of Fear
By Craig Wright | 18 May 2023 | Economics, History, Philosophy

Melander, E. (2009). The Geography of Fear: Regional Ethnic Diversity, the Security Dilemma and Ethnic War. European Journal of International

The Republican Order and the Pragmatic Politics of The Faerie Queene
By Craig Wright | 12 Jan 2023 | Education, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Cheney (220) discusses many aspects of republican thought, and analyses the changes in political structures to argue that the West’s

Prometheus: Choosing to Be Bound
By Craig Wright | 22 Dec 2022 | Education, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Prometheus Bound, Aeschylus In knowingly choosing rebellion, Prometheus set the stage, defining a choice of opposing tyranny and unjust laws,

The Odyssey: An Endless Story of Reaching Home
By Craig Wright | 20 Dec 2022 | Education, History, Philosophy

Abstract In Ulysses, we see a strong empathy and sense of duty, but which at times seems to develop a

Virgil: The Aeneid
By Craig Wright | 15 Dec 2022 | Education, History, Philosophy

Abstract Virgil’s epic has inspired countless generations because it formed the mythology of the exceptional Roman and became integrated into

The Philosophy of Time
By Craig Wright | 24 Nov 2022 | Education, Math, Philosophy

Find the full paper here. Abstract Einstein noted that time is relative when considering the perspectives of different observers. Yet,

Beauty, the Beast, and the Modern Psyche
By Craig Wright | 17 Nov 2022 | Education, Other, Philosophy

Madame de Beaumont and Angela Carter each take an age-old story reminiscent of Cupid and Psyche (Apuleius) and change it

Rage, Anger, and the Rationality of the Berserker
By Craig Wright | 15 Nov 2022 | Education, Other, Philosophy

The wolverine is portrayed as a “vicious marauder to be feared more than valued or admired” (Shaw and Ford, 115).

Canonical or Not Canonical: That Is the Question
By Craig Wright | 10 Nov 2022 | Education, Other, Philosophy

The status of a work as a classic differs from the position as a canonical text (da Silva and Vieira).

Comparing Utopia: Kafka’s Metamorphosis and Huxley’s Pleasure
By Craig Wright | 03 Nov 2022 | Philosophy

The concept of transformation and dehumanisation (Kafka) is analogous to the concept of civilisation as “auto-intoxication” (Huxley). Huxley defines the

Clark: Myth-Busting Paine
By Craig Wright | 01 Nov 2022 | Education, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Clark’s analysis of Thomas Paine contains more “myth busters” than a biography.[1] Clark’s tome, titled Thomas Paine: Britain, America, and

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