Month: December 2015

Traps for the Imagination

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Modern society doesn’t emphasise enough how hard it is think freely. In the 60s many thought they had thrown off the shackles of socially constructed ways of thinking about the world, and finally unleashed free and unprejudiced thought. The sad thing was that the clothes, the language, the music, and the lifestyle quickly became a new category which people even fifty years later use to define their identity as ‘alternative’. How self-defeating that the symbols […]