The Pitfalls of Postmodernism

Tony Debono, a Camels With Hammers reader who I enjoyed getting to know after he friended me on Facebook today, wrote and sent me this, which made me smile:

For some intricate analysis of ways to interpret Hitler and evil (since some in the comments section are not happy with this being just a subtly funny dig at postmodernism but want to take it seriously) check out my post: Does Calling Someone Evil Explain Anything About Them?

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