A Form of Life

Every attempt to grasp a ‘people” as a form-of-life- as race, class, ethnicity, or nation- has been undermined by the fact that the ethical differences within each “people” have always been greater than the ethical differences between “peoples” themselves.

Tiqqun- Introduction to Civil War

6 replies on “A Form of Life”

There is some interesting stuff on PBS sometimes, plus I feel nostalgia about watching Antiques Roadshow with my mom back in the day, even though I didn’t really appreciate it back then.

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