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Stuck Point

Meredith Shepard

A newsletter about how and why our thinking gets stuck at certain points--as individuals with psyches and as nations with politics and cultures.

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Seeing lions like a Glennon Doyle

There’s a way that certain celebrity women write about wild animals that fills me with contempt but also a splash of jealousy: Glennon Doyle sees a cheetah at the zoo and discovers that it misses being wild, which ergo means that she HERSEL...

2 months ago

All the candles I own lit

I wanted to write something clever about the Hamas rape REPORT like how maybe I can spin a story to be upbeat how it was RWANDAN women a small group all genocide rape survivors and a few American FEMINISTS who took it to court made rape an ...

2 months ago

Where I was once a stranger

I remember the first time I went to Rwanda—green, green, green—and the stillness of the rural. The roads at night felt runnable to me, I’d go out with Dusi, the volunteer house translator/make-everything-happen-man, and we’d run until we pa...

2 months ago

Are the sense-making institutions too good at their job?

There’s something afoot in the sense-making disciplines (philosophy, psychology, and policy are the ones I usually pay attention to, although the hard sciences are up there too). The problem is that all these disciplines we trot out to make...

3 months ago


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