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"To be great is to be misunderstood."

A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines. With consistency a great soul has simply nothing to do.

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What Can Hannah Arendt Teach Us About Today’s Refugee Crisis?

Originally published on Border Criminologies.

By Asher Hirsch and Nathan Bell.

While the current global refugee crisis is shocking in its dimensions, sadly it is not a new phenomenon.  1,000 more words


The Dark Network of Etemon (Digimon Adventure Episode 15)

(Previous essay HERE. To go back to the beginning click HERE)

Last time on Digimon Digital Monsters, the gang had retrieved their crests from an undersea cavern and the episode was filled with homages to Walt Disney animation. 680 more words


ON THIS DATE: October 14, 2017

October 14th is

Be Bald and Free Day

National Dessert Day

Peace Corps Day *

International Top Spinning Day *


MORE! Masaoka Shiki, Lillian Gish, and e.e. 1,247 more words


Thought and Judgement in the Works of Hannah Arendt and Hamlet - Oliver Deasy

Oliver Deasy graduated with a BA in English Literature from the University of Manchester in 2015. He has recently completed an MA in English Literature at the same institution. 6,385 more words

Czesław Miłosz and The Cost Of Complying With Tyranny

09 October 2017 |Jacob Mikanowski | Aeon

“In the spring of 1949, poet Czesław Miłosz was working as a cultural attaché in the Polish embassy in Washington, DC. 1,268 more words