Assessing the Trend of the Indo-Pacific Strategy
“…. science – by which I mean the entire body of knowledge about things, whether corporeal or spiritual – is as much a work of imagination as it is of observation…. the latter is not possible without the former….”José Ortega y’Gasset, Man and Crisis (1958)
Strategy and Truth: The Immutable Primacy of Intellect
Sometimes,truth is counter-intuitive. At first, observers might think, and especially during bewildering times of “plague,” that verifiable considerations of science must outweigh any proposed remedies of politics. In fact, however, for the United States, this has been an historical moment of utterly rabid anti-intellectualism. Even more specifically, it has been a retrograde era, one in which conspicuous delusions and conspiratorial gibberish have often superseded Reason and Rationality.