To the extent that <strong>intellectuals are out of touch</strong> with the societies they inhabit, it is because they lose sight of a central fact: They belong to a tiny and bizarre minority

To the extent that intellectuals are out of touch with the societies they inhabit, it is because they lose sight of a central fact: They belong to a tiny and bizarre
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To the extent that intellectuals are out of touch with the societies they inhabit, it is because they lose sight of a central fact: They belong to a tiny and bizarre minority

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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