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“To be a Negro in this country and to be relatively conscious is to be in a rage almost all the time.” – James Baldwin. The penultimate quote which perfectly captures the surreal rage that it is to be Black … Continue reading

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“The literal, the metaphorical, and the price of semiotics: An essay on philosophy of language and the doctrine of signs”

This essay by John Deely is stupendous and I note it here to impel myself to write about it.  It’s simultaneously an an all out attack on both ‘Analytic Philosophy’  and Semiology ( the obsession with language in both) but … Continue reading

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