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Universities’ bureaucratic rule

Universities’ bureaucratic rule
3 years ago

Universities’ bureaucratic rule

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University has not always been the unwieldy bureaucratic machine that it is now. From the end of the eighteenth century onwards, European gymnasiums and universities were supposed to establish norms …
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Toward an Ecology of Sharing
3 years ago

Toward an Ecology of Sharing

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We live in a world which is perpetually on the verge of tightening, or altogether closing, its political and other human-made borders. Threats of terrorism, illegal migrations, and global epidemics …
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Algorithms of Taste
3 years ago

Algorithms of Taste

The cultural section of newspapers is one of the traditional bastions of criticism. It is here that books, music and theater plays are reviewed and judged. We are all aware …
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Divine violence in Ferguson
3 years ago

Divine violence in Ferguson

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In August 2014, violent protests exploded in Ferguson, a suburb of St. Louis, after a policeman shot to death an unarmed black teenager suspected of robbery: For days, police tried …
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God, Charlie, No one
3 years ago

God, Charlie, No one

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“Blessed be Thou, No One”: this verse of Paul Celan appears in his poem “Psalm”. This formula, like much of the poem, imitates a phrase in the Psalms of David …
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