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1Q84…Probably Not Such a Fictive World After All…(wondering about 2Q20) 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami

It is Murakami’s style to make the unreal become real. The fictional world becomes reality, and the reality goes away, or hides, somewhere in parallel, incognito.

Polemics of Identity Politics Identity by Francis Fukuyama

Reading about identity politics in these uncertain times is highly controversial and discombobulating at first. On one hand, many of the older identity conflicts have frozen, in order to focus energies fighting the pandemics. On the other hand though, political speeches of worldwide leaders, indicate that national rivalries are still boiling within. Thus, I think […]