Writing, Representation, and the Crisis of Social Science
Jonathan Mayhew knows what he's talking about. His sense of language is formed by experience. Read him. (Including the comments and the sequel.)
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"Something out of childhood whistles through this space, a sense of games and half-made selves, but it’s not that you’re pretending to be someone else. You’re pretending to be exactly who you are. That’s the curious thing."