This is an extremely long (and dated) post. It was my Master’s thesis for Literary Theory and Criticism, discussing conspiracy theory as a type of literary theory, attempting to move beyond postmodernism. I am including it here only as a reference for other articles. I plan to expand on it
Since the mid-terms, Americans have been fired up about all of the non-issues that they take so seriously, and which the rest of the world mocks. As an American expat, here is what I think the U.S. Congress really is:
I am sometimes reminded of how my rants have been taken seriously by some people who do not seem to grasp the joke. Let me explain by example how Conspiracy Theory works.
The age-old question, “Why are we here?” has dogged humankind since we first developed self-awareness. Is it really such a difficult question? No. We humans are just notorious for making things overly-complicated. So what is the answer? The answer will be posted on this website in the coming weeks. Check back regularly to find outContinue reading “The Meaning of Life”