The Hours: What We Can Learn From Virginia Woolf

Back in the 1800’s, Woolf argued everyone, really, needed “A Room of One’s Own.” Not so ironically, the not-so-long ago film about her was titled “The Hours.” I proposed: Hours For What We Will now that we do not need corporations in the way we used to.

Furthermore, Nozick argued that only the outstanding people deserved wealth. In my observations, everyone is outstanding.

-Jennifer Lawson, PhD

What We Can Learn From Both Theory and Anti-Theory

I love the Lesbian Rule proposed like that in Love’s Knowledge. However, I think the application of it ought to be in personal life. (That is anti-theory.) Theory is a Universal Principle that can and ought (?) to be applied atop of things. That’s what I hope people have been, really, begging for–for a long, long time.

-Jennifer Lawson, PhD

Back in the day..

only wealthy people could study certain things, do certain things, and so forth. Now, everyone is is wealthy. Today has been the application of Wealth of Nations, in sense. Liberation fighters had proposed things like, even a basic UBI, because they didn’t really ask for much. Well, now, if you want to do art, do art. If you want to play in an orchestra, do it. If you’d like to help people, go for it. If you don’t want a ‘profession’, you don’t have to have one.

-Jennifer Lawson, PhD