Posts with the tag “temperence”
Letters to Peregrinus #54 - On Innovation
by Rick Ganz on November 11th, 2020
Dear Peregrinus: We have this very day started to emerge from a national calamity, a political one. What I mean is our breaking the hold of (if we wish it) an intense perturbation, a toxic peevishness not in the realm of ideas or arguments (so few ideas; rarely a well-constructed argument!) but in the realm of the emotions. We live in an intemperate Age ...
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