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24 Sep

Subjective Idealism, For The Win

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for sale serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px; text-align: left;”>Some may think that to affirm dialogue—the encounter of women and men in the world in order to transform the world—is naively and subjectively idealistic. There is nothing, pills however, allergy more real or concrete than people in the world and with the world, than humans with other humans. — Paulo Freire, (Pedagogy Of The Oppressed)

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