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June 01, 2010

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You're quite right to look at the kind of language being used about this crime. It is a technical, not an ethical,language. Wendell Berry: “Always the assumption is that we can first set demons at large, and then, somehow, become smart enough to control them. This is not childishness. It is not even ‘human weakness.’ It is a kind of idiocy, but perhaps we will not cope with it and save ourselves until we regain the sense to call it evil.”

What a great post.

I've been very troubled by the yellow journalism that attends the BP oil spill. Reading AP articles, it seems as if BP is a favorite sports team pitted against a particularly truculent opponent, go team.

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