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Love, Sex, and the World Between

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Hannah Arendt on How Bureaucracy Fuels Violence

Happy Birthday, Hannah Arendt: The Celebrated Political Theorist on How Bureaucracy Fuels Violence : Brain Pickings

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Viktor Frankl on the Human Search for Meaning

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The Hand Through the Fence: Pablo Neruda on What a Childhood Encounter Taught Him About Writing and Why We Make Art

The Hand Through the Fence: Pablo Neruda on What a Childhood Encounter Taught Him About Writing and Why We Make Art | Brain Pickings

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Susan Sontag on Literature and Freedom

At the Same Time: Essays and Speeches Susan Sontag “Principles invite us to do something about the morass of contradictions in which we function morally.” Read on for Sontag’s poignant essay on courage and resistance:

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The Greatest LGBT Love Letters of All Time

The Most Beautiful and Timelessly Bewitching LGBTQ Love Letters in History

Albert Camus (7 Nov 1913 – 4 Jan 1960) French-Algeria-born Nobel Prize winning author, journalist, and philosopher. His views contributed to rise of philosophy known as absurdism. . .awarded 1957 Nobel Prize for Literature "for his important literary production, which w/ clear-sighted earnestness illuminates problems of human conscience in our times."

All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood: by Jennifer Senior who asks: What are the effects of children on their parents? By focusing on parenthood, rather than parenting, the book is original and essential reading for mothers and fathers of today—and tomorrow. #Books #Parenthood