Ontological Turn Research Agendas:
- The world of subhuman workers: A study of the capitalist/managerial ontology
- The noble exception and the tyrannical, disposable average of the discursive world: A study of the philosophical structuralist ontology
- Study Anthropology’s effort to use Western idealist philosophy’s conceptualization of change–only possible through centering the exception (an idealism-desanguinated move of systematic material violence), not through revolution and education for democratic development (Dewey)–as the impetus to the assumption that exception on the social hierarchy tails of capitalism satisfactorily convenes their interests, and allows global private-property elitism to sponsor (rather than undermine) the indigenous interest.
- The opposite of exclusive private property is inclusive public property, vilified by conservatives as the True trajectory of injustice, which they define via idealist philosophy, and its impoverished conceptualization of change, as decentering exception.
- Ipsum Lorem
Paper for Genocide Studies:
- Are there reintegrative alternatives to La Guillotine?: Lessons from genocide studies, strategies for neutralizing a ruling class
Fundamental theoretical challenges:
- Attack the idea of universalized private property in capitalism.
- Attack the idea of mobility as liberty in capitalism.
- Attack the idealist philosophical notion of change.