The Burden of Unfinished Things

Things that are unfinished are like abandoned things in a number of respects; they accumulate, and occupy spaces that could be free for other things; they can also become the house for an entire ecology of thoughts to grow –and self-development to occur– that might not be possible otherwise. They are unlike abandoned things insofar as there is still living intention to finish them, and insofar as they have not grown into disrepair.

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Vasquez on Dreher, The Benedict Option

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Identity Politics: Intersectionality

Here, a brief post concerning a TED talk by Kimberlé Crenshaw on Intersectionality.

I just delivered a paper at a conference here in Boston that took up all of the time I wasn’t devoting to my family or to my schooling, so I’ve been negligent with getting parts three & four of the “Impact vs. Intent” series out. In the meanwhile, something about intersectionality.

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the book (is an extension of the eye) — Jen Mazza



jenmazza_thebookjenmazza_extensionofeyethe book (is an extension of the eye), 2012 by Jen Mazza (b. 1972)

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Identity Politics: Impact versus Intent, 2.5 of 4

Continuing from the first half of Part 2.

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