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I and Thou by Martin Buber, Translation by Walter Kaufman 1970 (from Ich und Du 1923)  “Mundus vult decipi: the world wants to be deceived. The truth is too complex and frightening; the taste for truth is an acquired taste and few acquire.” Buber’s short but philosophically mesmerizing work seems appropriate as we approach what […]

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