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Voyeurism and TMI

In an effort to populate Novel Ideas with new material after a fallow period, I’ve adapted the following remarks from a doctoral seminar that I took during the 2011 Fall quarter. Previous “Reason & Romanticism” entries use current films as a way of accessing historically distant literature and ideas, but I don’t want that to … Continue reading

No, I Really Mean It

I was browsing through the Chronicle’s “Era in Ideas” feature, the last of which is on tolerance. In this section, Omid Safi, a professor of religious studies, explores the titular concept in the context of the States’ post-9/11 “discourse about Islam and Muslims.” I’m not writing about politics, though. Sometimes an unrelated sequence of actions … Continue reading

Marie Antoinette Wore Converse

For the first time in my adult life, I receive more than fifteen channels. The basic package seems like the cheapest option (and it is, technically), but it’s probably one of the worst values in terms of what you get for your money, unless you really like televised church sermons, daytime talk shows, reality TV, … Continue reading

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