The is-ought problem remains, as always, a steaming pile of shit.


pol musings 

One of the things I find perennially frustrating is that modern leftist/progressive politics is EXTREMELY good at blaming individuals for dealing with "is", and extremely bad at using collective action to get to "ought". It's even bad at identifying this is a problem it even has in the first place.

Which... thanks, neoliberalism, I guess.

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