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Blowing Whistles Only I Hear

Of the Ends, or Resolutions of DiscourseOf all discourse, governed by desire of knowledge, there is at last an end, either by attaining, or by giving over. And in the chain of discourse, wheresoever it be interrupted, there is an end for…

Groove Is in the Heart

Can you remember the first time you ever danced? Most of us cannot.I mean, it’s entirely possible that you or I boogied down while we were still in the womb, as Isadora Duncan claimed she did, maybe gently roiling our mother’s amniotic…

Love In a Time of True Crime

Last October, I married a Swede. The wedding, which took place the day after the New York Times broke the first Harvey Weinstein assault story, was a Viking whirlwind in a posh Icelandic Airbnb whose claim to fame is that the Biebs once…

Reflections On A Visit To Belgium

In April, I visited Belgium for a weekend, flying from Manchester to Charleroi. Once I had landed, I caught the shuttle bus to Brussels and then walked to my hostel not too far from the central railway station.I had come to Belgium with the…

In Defense of Philosophy

Philosophy is under attack.While universities are shutting down their humanities faculties, the profession of philosophy is taking hits all over the place. For example, here on Medium, Rachel Anne Williams (here), Mr Nemo (here), Secular…

An Anthropology of Moral Masculinity

II. Growing upOut of the three aspects pointed above, I think it is the nature of the maturity point/process that’s most salient to whether resulting masculinity is healthy or toxic.Consider two cases in which masculinity goes right. In…
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