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On the sacrifice of the scapegoat:

“But the scapegoat was not always reviled. As noted above, the sacrificial victim sometimes came to be revered after the event – even to the point of becoming over time a founding hero for the community. 283 more words


Currently Reading: July 2016

Just started reading the above.

Am over 35% through this book. Have put it down just because my attention span is not what it used to be. 72 more words

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On (maybe) asking how to dance

There’s something tragic about David Tracy.

I’m currently in the middle of reading his Plurality and Ambiguity (1987), after which I will work through The Analogical Imagination… 1,231 more words

On being part of the problem

I recently found out, through Evanston Now, that I am a blight on my neighborhood. I do love the moniker which has been handed to me, authorizing me to identify as a “transient academic.” And it’s terribly exciting, because I  1,733 more words

The stranger, the wager and the ethics of office

I recently travelled down to the School of Management at the University of Leicester to give a talk titled ‘The stranger, the wager and the ethics of office’. 3,183 more words

Critical Theory

"New Sculpture"

New Sculpture
by Janna van Hasselt, Richard Kearney, Andrea du Chatenier and Ada Leung

10 – 27 February 2016

My first show for 2016 is a group exhibition with fellow represented artists at Seed. 233 more words

Ada Leung