Embracing the Messiness of “Conviction” Past and Present, by way of Nietzsche and Jastrow

After playing with the google auto-completions in April, I repeated the exercise in early September. Any differences? Indeed: among the choices displayed is now “conviction is more dangerous.” Apparently, Friedrich Nietzsche’s aphorism, “Convictions are more dangerous foes of truth than lies,” received some online attention over the summer, and we are invited to grapple with … Continue reading Embracing the Messiness of “Conviction” Past and Present, by way of Nietzsche and Jastrow