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Finished reading (2021): Radical Hope: Ethics in the Face of Cultural Devastation by Jonathan Lear đź“š

A fascinating and easily readable philosophical look into cultural vulnerability. It’s hard to imagine this book being irrelevant for anyone. Lear asks what it might mean to really listen and take seriously the experience of an end to a history for a people like the Crow—and for them to have hope nonetheless.

“It is one thing to dance as though nothing has happened; it is another to acknowledge that something singularly awful has happened—the collapse of happenings—and then decide to dance.”