Matthew T Grant


Tall Guy. Glasses.

Articles of Faith

  • The amount of money one makes is the clearest indicator of one’s value to society.
  • Success or failure is solely determined by an individual’s intelligence and strength.
  • Suffering results directly from one’s own personal choices.
  • There are no accidents, only instances of weakness, ignorance and indiscipline.
  • The purpose of the state, society and culture is to serve the interests of the powerful the most valuable individuals.

Category: Ethics, Thinking Out Loud

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2 Responses

  1. If you’re going to write articles of faith, even ironically, you have to have faith in articles.

    I used to call chiasmus “the Adorno move,” then I learned its traditional rhetorical name, but when I am moved to use it, it still makes me think of Adorno.

  2. admin says:

    I too associate the chiasmus pretty much exclusively with Adorno-ismus.