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Asserting the Primacy of Logos in a Politicized, Ideological World Intellectual inquiry and public intellectual discussion suffer from a malady in an overly politicized, polemical world. All discourse, and I mean “all” discourse, becomes political or ideological. Weber’s famous concepts … Continue reading

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