Monthly Archives: December 2011

Four Exceptionalisms

On Tuesday we were delayed in Newark so I took myself to the bookstore. Given the fact that my bag was already full and heavy, I decided in advance that I would buy a light, inexpensive book that I would … Continue reading

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On “Multiple Levels of Analysis and the Limitations of Methodological Individualisms”

As evident in another recent post, I have as late encountered a bit of difficulty with my work. Related to the wrestling with the issues of the meaning of the heterogeneity of my observations when it comes to cleaning up … Continue reading

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One of the ambiguities of not celebrating Christmas

We don’t celebrate Christmas. I don’t remember when we started not celebrating. Must have been circa 2004. I don’t even remember too much about how we came to the decision. The only thing I really remember is having all kinds … Continue reading

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