Tag Archives: Anthony Trollope

I voted early

Last Monday, I voted early for the first time in my life (probably because we didn’t have early voting in New York before now. That would explain it.) I am reminded to pass on that indisputable fact by the multiple … Continue reading

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A central flaw with police investigations

Just after I wrote about one big problem I’ve observed with cops — their hypervigilence — I read what follows in Anthony Trollope’s 1869 novel about pathological jealousy, He Knew He Was Right. The jealous man, Louis Trevelyan, has hired … Continue reading

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A great social question: what is the line dividing sanity from insanity?

There is perhaps no great social question so imperfectly understood among us at the present day as that which refers to the line which divides sanity from insanity. That this man is sane and that other unfortunately mad we do … Continue reading

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