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Ryan G. Banister on BackWordz: Borders, the State and Legal Fictions

Posted by on Nov 29, 2016 in Philosophy, Radio Archives | 0 comments

I was recently a guest on BackWordz with Eric July and Jared Howe to discuss the topic of borders, states and legal fictions.

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State Borders Are Legal Fictions Used to Justify Acts of Aggression

Posted by on Nov 29, 2016 in News, Philosophy, Slider | 0 comments

Legal fictions are often used to justify the extraction of wealth and enforcement of property claims. Borders are political boundaries which amount to claims on land, backed up by the threat of death or imprisonment, but the empirical case for the existence of such claimed boundaries is weak.

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Officer In Philando Castile Case Charged With Manslaughter

Posted by on Nov 16, 2016 in News, Slider | 0 comments

Officer Jeronimo Yanez now faces three criminal charges for the murder of Philando Castile.

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