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Fear lulls our minds to sleep.– Persepolis (Marjane Satrapi)
Tous deux tressaillirent, et ils se regardèrent dans l’ombre avec des yeux...– Les Misérables (1862) by Victor Hugo (1802-1885)
It is not down on any map; true places never are.– Moby-Dick (1851) by Herman Melville (1819-1891)
For God is not unjust so as to overlook your work and the love that you have...– Hebrews 6:10-11
We cannot know God by thinking, but we must do a lot of thinking if we would...– A.W. Tozer
"Wide at the Bottom, Narrow at the Top" by Sasha...
In the wake of new press freedoms won by the July Revolution of 1830, France’s King Louis-Philippe found himself just as popular a target of caricature as his despised predecessor, Charles X. Accordingly, the support of the “Citizen King” for free expression quickly cooled. Between November 1830 and April 1831, a period described in detail in Robert Justin Goldstein’sCensorship of Political...
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An excerpt from "The Evidence of Experience" by...
Experience is not a word we can do without, although, given its usage to essentialize identity and reify the subject, it is tempting to abandon it altogether. But experience is so much a part of everyday language, so imbricated in our narratives that it seems futile to argue for its expulsion. It serves as a way of talking about what happened, of establishing difference and similarity, of claiming...