Jean-Marie Guénois is a disaster as an explicator of events. His condescendingly avuncular narrative of paper doll metaphors reminds me of Grandpa Longneck in the Land Before Time cartoons. The only thing that Guenois' bedtime story makes clear is that there is no meeting of the minds. Really, how could there be, given the last 50 years?
It'd be easier to draft an agreement satisfactory to both McDonald's and PETA
Two of our brightest and most amusing commentators. You two complete the delight of these blog posts.
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"What is the first business of philosophy? To part with self-conceit. ...It is impossible for anyone to begin to learn what he thinks he already knows." -- Epictetus (c. 100 A.D.)