way behind the curve.

Just a few days ago I read a wonderful essay that Andrew Sullivan wrote some time ago for Time. I was about three years late in reading it, but better late than never.

Much of it feels like Sullivan was articulating things that I feel or sense on the tip of my tongue, or brain, or whatever, but haven’t been able to organize into a coherent essay yet.

Here it is: Why Not Seeing Is Believing.


1 Response to “way behind the curve.”

  1. 1 Jesse
    March 18, 2009 at 11:54 pm

    I ordered a book that he recommended a few days ago from the library called “Oath Betrayed.” It’s about US interrogation policies and the complicity of Army doctors in its implementation. I get the feeling that it will be an intense read.

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