I Worry About Forgetting My Life

He always knows how to hit me where it hurts the most.

“It was all for nothing.”

According to one of the more annoying voices in my head, if I don’t remember something, it was wasted.

Perhaps you know the feeling: you’ve lost your memory of an awesome event or an instructive book. You feel stupid and guilty and doubt whether there is a…

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Essays about why we believe what we do, how post-truth societies come to a public understanding about truth, and how we might do better.

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Maarten van Doorn

Maarten van Doorn

PhD philosophy. Essays about why we believe what we do, how societies come to a public understanding about truth, and how we might do better (crazy times)

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