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> One worries about a 69-year-old man whose tendency towards insularity has been amplified by his precautions against Covid, leaving him surrounded by an ever-shrinking coterie of fearful obedient courtiers. He appears increasingly uncoupled from the contemporary world, preferring to burrow deep into history…




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Kopjes Kattenoppas

Kopjes Kattenoppas

tech ethicist | convivial solipsist | bâtaphysicist | qbist

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