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Samantha: I want to learn everything about everything. Theodore: I love the way you look at the world. (Turns out she has the mind of a…
A delightful, if short, conversation with James Flanigan and Conor Flanigan about the legal and ethical ramifications of L’Etranger by Albert Camus. Read the post and watch the video here.
Rust Cohle has a cross up in his room. He tells his partner, Hart, that this is merely in order to perform a meditation exercise, in which he endures the thought of all… Continue reading
Dear readers, As you know, it’s Thursday, the day we read your letters. Today I was fortunate enough to receive the following comment on my ancient post “On Feminism and I Blame The… Continue reading
Let us now turn from the others to the point of view of the individual who presents himself before them…. Regardless of the particular objective which the individual has in mind and of… Continue reading