An exploration of the sacred, embodied in shared symbols, practices, and fetishes, and the profane; embodied in that which is individual, mundane, or irreverent.
“The most elementary and valuable statement in science, the beginning of wisdom, is, ‘I do not know’. I do not know what that is, sir.”
“Massachusetts, Congress was told, solved the adverse selection problem. By requiring most residents to obtain insurance … the Commonwealth ensured that insurers would not be left with only the sick as customers. As a result, federal lawmakers observed, Massachusetts succeeded where other States had failed.”