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I have returned there where I had never been

30. VI 2016

Debt and guilt are two intimately related concepts. In some languages (Sanskrit, Aramaic, Hebrew, German) the two words even have the same root — the German makes it particularly explicit: Schulden (debt) vs. 1,039 more words

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Big things

4. VI 2016 Remains of the future But thought is the slave of life, And life times fool, And time, that takes survey of all the world, Must have a stop[1].  12 more words

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A professional consensus against governmentality

In his latest monthly commentary (May 2016), Sir Michael Wilshaw, the Chief Inspector of Schools, states: “We need to put as sharp a focus on the other subjects (of the primary curriculum) as we do on English and mathematics.” Wilshaw goes on to remind inspectors to look closely at “the wider primary curriculum, including science and modern languages, as set out in the inspection handbook.” 907 more words

Depression.

I don’t have depression. It sounds ridiculous, but I did have it when I was 8 until about 11.

Once when I was 5 I couldn’t sleep and started downstairs when I heard my parents yelling at each other. 2,009 more words

Existentialism

I have returned there where I had never been

27. IV 2016

Debt and guilt are two intimately related concepts. In some languages (Sanskrit, Aramaic, Hebrew, German) the two words even have the same root — the German makes it particularly explicit: Schulden (debt) vs. 1,038 more words

‘Trump is a Xenophobic Fascist’ says Clooney

As things begin to hot up in the US presidential election, Donald Trump is being accused of bank fraud and mafia connection by the BBC. In this… 1,467 more words

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Normality and Whiteness

Matthew Frye Jacobson’s Whiteness of a Different Color: European Immigrants and the Alchemy of Race explores the making and remaking of race in the United States, especially in relation to European immigration. 580 more words