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Interlude

One of the weird ways that I deal with complex ideas is by reading multiple books simultaneously. When I find intertextual references that are unfamiliar, I have a huge compulsion to track them down. In Segal’s  “interlude” chapter separating his discussion of a politics of simplicity and his discussion of philosophy, there are many. In the […]

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