Tag Archives: Ross Sorkin

the thrift of paradox

Banality is typically North American. It lends itself to kitsch as kind of a general anaesthetic which tends to numb and mute over our differences, which helps us from cutting each others throats, at least in theory. Banality speaks to … Continue reading

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SKEPTICALLY UNCERTAIN ABOUT THE CERTAINTY OF DOUBT

Certain quotations from Ludwig Wittgenstein’s ”On Certainty” ┬áseem to imply that we can doubt everything: each statement that might be true still has some aspects that might make it possible to doubt it. Certainly, the issue of Goldman-Sachs and our … Continue reading

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