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The Loyalties of a Translator: A Rebuttal

This piece is a response to On Amateurish Translation by Simon Fern. While Simon Fern definitely has the right of it when he says that a translator must make do with what he has, an approach absolutely most translators will agree with, his ideal of translation seems to be that texts exist without authors. That can… Keep Reading

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Reading and the meaning in life

Our sphere of the real was riddled with simulations, yet was the world at hand. Or the simulation was riddled through with the real. […] The world was ersatz and actual, forged and faked, by ourselves and unseen others. Daring to attempt to absolutely sort fake from real was a folly that would call down… Keep Reading

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