The French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu once argued that most studies of society assumed that the society could be separated from the person that observed it. The sociologist, as he would argue, had to contend with many assumptions before they could study a certain social group. His problem was never with…

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Thomas Sebacher

Thomas Sebacher

BA, Philosophy & Religion, BS in History, also a part time editor and writer on my publication, The Bridge