To joyfully watch the fumbling coalescence as a community becomes self-aware

April 29th, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

He had the sense, at the moment, of groping for intellectual support, of casting about and dimly receiving a hint here, a hint there. Like a radio technician delicately picking signals out of background static, he’d learned to recognise voices worth listening to, voices that meant something distinct even when they ued hte same compulsory words as everyone else. Here and there, people were speaking with secret passion

— Francis Spufford, Red Plenty p.65

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