When Do We Experience?

The Nobel Prize winning poet Louise Glück, in her poem “Nostos” writes: “We look at the world once, in childhood/The rest is memory.” Hyperbole, perhaps, but the point is stunningly valid: we do not look; we see only what we

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Reflections on the Revolution

The news has been full of analysis these days about the radical shift on the Supreme Court, and how it has been decades in the making. I don’t know that I have a lot to add, but I do have

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