The U.S. watches Tahrir Square in Egypt burn on cable and talks about Twitter. Believing that our chatter can effect change on Egyptian ground.
We could say that every age has its own post-modern, just as every age has its own form of mannerism (in fact, I wonder if postmodern is not simply the modern name for *Manierismus*…). I believe that every age reaches moments of crisis like those described by Nietzsche in the second of the Untimely Considerations, on the harmfulness of the study of history. The sense that the past is restricting, smothering, blackmailing us. — Umberto Eco
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