Law in Contemporary Society
I am fascinated by language and ideas in a way that is completely divorced from anything concrete and practical. I came to law school because, as an English and Philosophy major, I felt guilty removing myself from the real world. Because I think privilege creates obligation, and because I want to put my mind to a better use than self-indulgent mental gymnastics, I hope law school provides intellectual challenges that are of actual value to other people.

-- AlisonMoe - 14 Jan 2010


I have always felt the same way about privilege and obligation. I would love to discuss that with you. However, the reason for my post comes from your assault on the ego in your topic Bullshit and Egomania. I see that you were an English and Philosophy major. Did you ever read any Iris Murdoch? I believe you would find her intriguing.

--Rob Laser


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r4 - 13 Jan 2012 - 23:18:49 - IanSullivan
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