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The song that disappears

ESSAY: I have become the mother of my own mother. But is repressed grief and depression one of the causes of dementia?

The Liberal Utopia

Dybedahl, Kristjánsson, Innset and Hverven (eds.): No people are born free

: Above all, it is we who do not blame liberalism for all that is wrong in this world, who should dwell on this book. 

Kitchen Sink High Conceptualism

Shelly Silver: A Strange New Beauty

: Shelly Silver shows no humility when it comes to relevance and sustainability in her project, but takes up space and time and oozes confidence.

A touch of decency

Axel Hacke: About the scare in difficult times and the question we were talking about

: If we think we know best, there is no point in paying attention to others. That is why it is so important to maintain a culture where what we do not understand is central.

You are what you do

Henry David Thoreau: Civil Disobedience

: For Henry David Thoreau, insight without action was of little value. He strongly advocated civil disobedience when his conscience demanded it. 

The gravity of the grief

Ole Robert Sunde: .

: ESSAY on grief and cancer.