Preface (to the blogging alongside my dissertation writing)

A brief body of text describing the document and making preliminary remarks Description of Document This document is A Treatise Concerning Personality and is my doctoral dissertation. Well this one isn’t. This is my blog. But I have a lot of information people want me to share in my dissertation, and I imagine it’ll be easier for some to take in blog form. The title of … Continue reading Preface (to the blogging alongside my dissertation writing)

My coming out with DID post feat. a rant about saneism

Friends. Our society’s treatment of people continues to be absolutely fucking disgusting. I’ve had a stomachache for the past several weeks, and I finally realized it was because I was dealing with someone threatening to reveal what mental disorder I have going on, as to use ableist stigmas to attempt to discredit me. I’ve been wanting to let people know that all those nice things … Continue reading My coming out with DID post feat. a rant about saneism

Links Vol. 1

UC Campus Safety Symposium Part 2. This time they did it right. Violence Against Asian-Americans Isn’t New, but It Is Growing | The Amber Ruffin Show On Anti-Asian Hate Crimes – And How You Can Help by Xiran Jay Zhao An Interview with Dr. Karen Why We Should’ve Seen the Atlanta Shootings Coming Tucker Carlson: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) Are We Allies? … Continue reading Links Vol. 1

Brief thought on the financial viability of studying philosophy

People talk shit about the financial viability of studying philosophy, but there’s some reasons it caught on in Ancient Greece in part for how much it helped with being good at business. Like, studying a bunch of the most convincing and world-shaping thinkers, learning their moves, learning to understand and articulate radically different perspectives on contentious issues, and coming up with ideas just to put … Continue reading Brief thought on the financial viability of studying philosophy

Philosophy 2021-03-18 Text

My interest in Philosophy is outlined generally in the below outline. Ethics Self Social Interpersonal Care Race Ability Sex Wealth Psychiatry Political International Affairs Cooperativism Psychology Dissociativee Identity Disorder Trauma Dimensionality Personality Diversity The Grim Evil Death Struggle Generally, the topics I am interested in studying philosophically include DID, psychology, medicine, psychiatry, gender, race, and philosophy itself. On each of these matters, I am primarily … Continue reading Philosophy 2021-03-18 Text

Conceptualizing My Role as a Student in Higher Education Governance

Overview of UCRGSA GSA has at least three components to consider: The executive board The organization The Graduate Student Council The Executive Board The executive board includes elected and appointed officers. When I’m organizing and planning, I usually divide them into Executive, External, Internal, and Academic Officers. The Executive Officers all answer to me, and the rest answer to their corresponding Vice President. The Organization … Continue reading Conceptualizing My Role as a Student in Higher Education Governance