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Essays by

Mark Hopwood

 

On Not Knowing What You’re Doing

In our society, marriage is still widely used as a tool of social exclusion and oppression; it has been over-idealized, over-commercialized, and half of the time it ends in divorce. Nevertheless, there is something about marriage that presents a deep challenge to the way we think about the most important choices in our lives.

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Self-Conscious Publics

Every day each of us confronts the question of what politics is for as we interact with our neighbors. I live in the neighborhood of […]

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