Daily Archives: April 4, 2012

Learning The Right And Wrong Lessons From Deleavening

One can easily learn very wrong lessons from deleavening. Naturally, since deleavening is such a heavily symbol-laden task, it is all too easy to jump to unreasonable conclusions projecting what one learns from the physical act of deleavening that one … Continue reading

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An Embedded Problem

How does a traditionalist society accommodate change? How do people find an honored place in a society that is deeply concerned with questions of prestige and rank? This is a question interesting to me not only as a resident alien … Continue reading

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