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It’s [a] Privilege, Sir.

A few weeks ago, Adam Kotsko hypothesized a connection between privilege and austerity that relies on the grounding idea that a privilege is a possession rather than a feature – “something extra” that can be lost or taken away. By that … Continue reading

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No Mouse? No Más!

It’s difficult to know how often opportunities to change the way that an entire system of knowledge makes sense of the world really come along. By their nature, most human systems tend toward a state where reproducing the way things … Continue reading

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