Can the mentally ill, as certain medical systems see them, make rational, autonomous decisions for themselves? Do certain emotions halt capability to reason? Can anyone make autonomous decisions for themselves? Or are we all embedded in and influenced by altered/unaltered choice/default design?
Could psychedelic (and psychedelic-sexual) research bridge the dichotomy created between the natural and the cultural to propel feminism/equality/whateveryouwanttocallit forward beyond critique into solution?
Can you separate ideas from sensations?
Does trying to describe something make it less sacred/special?
Why are people reverting to Tabula rasa (blank slate theory)? Why can’t we just agree on the reciprocal relationship between biology and environment/culture?
Is it really “gendering” to recognize a gendered pattern? To notice that certain channels of literature are gendered? To notice that violence is gendered? To point at a number, a majority. To say these things? Is it another form of ~identity politics~ or it is noticing an existing reality? Why do some people grow so frantic by this questioning?
Which is more ethical or “fair-trade” ~ taking drugs from the Earth or from a lab?
Can the inequality of psychological distress due to migration be seen as a bioethics issue?
Is critique inherently negative?
Is all theory anecdotal if free will is a myth? If we had no control over the world we entered, the books written before us, or the options presented to us, then isn’t any theory/choice constructed by our very personal, lived experiences?