I Am and other Macrocosms

The French were never freer than during the Nazis occupation, or so this hypothesis is presented by Jean Paul Sartre in his short essay, "The Republic of Silence,"  where the French Heideggerean existentialist philosopher–does anyone say   Heideggerean?  I know we still read Heidegger, even if only because we are sure it will help us to understand Derrida, who we read through our misunderstanding and disunderstanding because we are sur … Read More

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Presidential Presidents

Every day the same as every other day. Every day different from every other before to come. Who will bear change, is it possible to change? Will is not something we manage except in the Public good, the Public will; The State always contrary to the very best in me. We the people weighty enough to counterbalance state? The State always rewards you for abdicating your popularity in favor of publicity, publicity only the marketing of popularity. The … Read More

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