Speaking Out (Of Order)

The Problem with (Most) Podcasts, and the Mimetic Processes that Govern Chat

I’ve attended two large social gatherings (sometimes called “conferences”) these past couple of weeks. I’ve been struck by how many times some strange, non-sequitur thing would be said during the course of a conversation — or sometimes even by way of introduction. I am surely guilty of it myself…

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Author of “WANTING: The Power of Mimetic Desire in Everyday Life.” Find more at read.lukeburgis.com

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Luke Burgis

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Author of “WANTING: The Power of Mimetic Desire in Everyday Life.” Find more at read.lukeburgis.com

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