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It Ain’t Over ‘til It’s Over

It Ain’t Over ‘til It’s Over A few years ago, I happened to be staying at a small town in the west of France during one of the hundreds of summertime festivals that take place in that region. I remember standing at a street corner, my arms crossed, waiting for a large procession of revelers […]

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Language is a virus from outer space

So far, we (meaning I) have looked at language and translations as: – a deterrent to cultural genocide – a form of time travel – something maybe invented by God (by way of the fault of ancient Babylonians) – something constantly flowing, moving, changing, communicating actively And generally, the fact that we are, within this […]

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We have to finish this simple: notes toward an experiment

Heraclitus was an ancient Greek philosopher. He wrote in cryptic verse, purposely obscuring his philosophy in almost riddles, so as only the initiated could fully understand what he was on about. He was the guy who saw the world as being in a constant state of flux, constantly changing. He’s also the guy who started […]

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