Torrential Output From Meager Input: On ‘Brain Fever’ and Transcending Any Available Evidence

By Dan Bjork 1. When I was 19, David Hume hit me like the holy ghost. It’s a typical story really: In high school, I was a slightly above-average student who hid inside the security of playing socially acceptable sports; a 10th-grade honors English open essay assignment found me sunk inside The Waste Land (which […]

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