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This is the grave of Peter Abelard and Héloïse d’Argenteuil. The story of Peter Abelard and Heloise is well-known and I’m not going to go into tons of detail about their lives. Plus my knowledge of medieval Europe is almost nonexistent. Abelard was born in 1079 in Brittany. His brilliance was recognized at a young […]
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Onward to Paris

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On May 19, 2018
I will be largely away for the next couple of weeks, as tomorrow I start an 11-day trip to Paris and Belgium. I know, life is hard. I await commenters talking about how I can’t legitimately write about the working class, what with the global traveling and the like. But whatever. This is my first […]
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Duty of Vigilance

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On March 2, 2017
Whenever people say that there’s nothing we can do about the global exploitation of labor through supply chains, I say they are wrong because of course we can do something. We can do any number of things, as I have laid out in Out of Sight, expanded upon in Dissent, and explored in any number […]
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