There’s a certain framework that seems to be governing various aspects of how we think about history and the world. And I’m christening it the ‘antipodean framework’ because I like the name even though there’s probably already a name for this concept.
Some weeks ago, in the grip of a fever, I wrote a pointless little article called ‘On Knowing Others’. This is a continuation that aims to retroactively add some substance to that. It’s also a tangentially related quick analysis of Bergman’s 1957 classic The Seventh Seal, for some reason.
Lacking an interesting topic for this week, I’m gong to complain about academia in Australian university from a frustrated undergrad’s perspective.