About me

I’m Tejas Subramaniam. I’m a sixteen-year-old high school student.

This blog is purportedly about politics, philosophy, economics, and similar issues. In reality, it’s just going to be about whatever I’m thinking about at that moment.

{I should note that I do formal debate – a lot of it – so you’re going to find many references to it on the blog.}

I’ve blogged before. You can find some of my earlier work archived on GoTejas.com (forgive the title – that’s something I came up with when I was eight). There’s a few reasons I decided to shift onto here. For one, I wanted to change my blogging style to be more reflective of me trying to reevaluate every single opinion I’ve had before – or, at least, a lot of them. In addition, I wanted to be much more regular.

I hope you enjoy what you find here.

Note: If I say anything that anyone thinks is demeaning or offensive, particularly if perceived as racist/sexist/homophobic/etc., please contact me immediately; I’m willing to correct it if I agree.

Edit (October 20, 2018): Just as a note on my grammar – in this blog, I mostly use American English (the Chicago Manual of Style), but I have two disclaimers. (1) I’m not particularly snobbish about grammatical accuracy, since I don’t think it quite matters when it comes to political discourse. (2) There are many intentional exceptions to this: I use spaced en dashes rather than em dashes, use abbreviations like “i.e.” and “e.g” frequently and in parentheses, and I don’t add commas after abbreviations like “i.e.” and “e.g.,” usually.

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