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Counter Arts

The Injustice That Went Unspoken

On epistemic injustice and moral sanctuary

Photo by engin akyurt on Unsplash

Carlson is an avid chess player. Some might call him a prodigy. He plays each of his games with remarkable sharpness and creativity. His opponents are often baffled by his unorthodox moves.

But Carlson has a weird playstyle. When he’s playing as black, he never castles. As such, he has lost more games playing as…

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Wei Xiang

Wei Xiang

I was once asked about the origins of the universe. So, here I am doing philosophy. Ethics | Intellectual History | Chinese Comparative Philosophy

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