The Authorial Lie: how scholars fabricate authority by erasing their identities
Donna Zuckerberg

Well said. I think that testimony is often more persuasive than argument, even if we wish it were otherwise. I always appreciate a glimpse at why an author is the way they are apart from their public arguments meant to persuade others.

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