Friendly reminder that it’s important to take breaks in your day. Go on. Take a walk. If you end up at your local library or the closest bookstore, well, that happens. If you find yourself walking out with a book (or two or nine), we’ve all been there!
Patricia Williams, University Distinguished Professor of Law and Humanities, with a joint appointment between the School of Law and the Department of Philosophy and Religion, recommends Jessica Silbey’s Against Progress: “Against Progress is a satisfying, witty, and altogether magnificent provocation about the ethical limits of owning ideas.”
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