Kant declared fashion "foolish." To Kierkegaard, outer garments kept us from ascertaining inner truth. But <strong>clothes are a form of thought</strong>, freighted with meaning

Kant declared fashion &quot;foolish.&quot; To Kierkegaard, outer garments kept us from ascertaining inner truth. But clothes are a form of thought, freighted with
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Kant declared fashion "foolish." To Kierkegaard, outer garments kept us from ascertaining inner truth. But clothes are a form of thought, freighted with meaning

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