Sunday, November 12, 2017

Professor Hodges on "De-Radicalization"

Responding to a recent Highbrow post (Friday, Nov. 10), Professor Hodges deploys a kind of hysterical irony to underscore the absurdity of contemporary political logic. Please click HERE.

Considering, however, the nature and the subject of his criticism, and the (let's call it) intellectual corruption that he seeks to expose, does satire represent an appropriate response?


Bienvenido Bones said...

Political corruption that was used from Greek Empire and Roman empire but possibly because from the Political dynasties for survival for the fittest and still part of policy of rules and ruin. But same color repetition from ancient political kingdoms. *Bones*

Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

Don't believe anything Hodges says!

Jeffery Hodges

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