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February 09, 2012


Dick Pountain

Will - ignorance is closely related to privacy and secrecy, both consist of which produce and maintain ignorance in others. This makes it an essential good in some contexts. Mark Lilla wrote an intriguing defence of ignorance in the Wilson Quarterly (http://www.wilsonquarterly.com/article.cfm?AID=119&AT=0). I'd love to read your piece, will email separately.

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