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Jason Stanley Appreciation Thread


129 day(s) ago

You think a white-black pairing automatically makes a black child? Why are you such a racist? Disgusting.

"Racism? He’s a white guy."

He is married to a black woman and is the father of two black children and understands the black experience as well as anyone, and obviously the racists on this blog can tolerate neither his understanding of the black experience nor the positive things he has done to support racial justice in this country, and for that matter, around the world. You people are really showing your true colours here. I guess it's true what they say about this "blog."



Chuck D says they are all black babies.


129 day(s) ago

God bless Chuck D and God bless Jason Stanley. It's interesting that they are both giants in their respective fields and both helping the rest of the world to get woke.


129 day(s) ago

Unfortunately for you bigots, Jason Stanley has deployed the apparatus of technical work in analytic epistemology and cognitive science to determine the meaning of blackness in its application to his baby mama. You don't have a prayer of defeating such methods.


18 day(s) ago

Bump to the left, to the right now.


18 day(s) ago

OK, here's some Jason Stanley appreciation, care of the Philosophical Misconduct blog:

At Rutgers University (professor “recently moved to a fancy Ivy League post”):

“My advisor loudly claims to be a supporter of women and minorities, and is married to a woman of color. But for me (a woman) he mostly alternated between abusive and indifferent. When he was on a bender, he’d show up, demand attention and talk a mile a minute. Then he’d disappear for weeks or months on end and refuse to look at drafts or submit letters. In private he’d tell me my work was terrible and go on and on about his own work instead, but when other people were watching, he’d appear supportive and helpful. This all took a toll on my mental health, and it’s taken me years to recover from what I now see is abusive and gaslighting behavior.”


18 day(s) ago

I miss that guy. His racial interventions on Facebook were so helpful, especially when he'd weigh in on a black people's posts and tell them what's what. That takes guts, and philosophy needs more bravery like that.

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