Saturday, December 13, 2003

A story from the history of The Journal of Philosophy. It's from the mid 80's, and I know those involved.

After a summer teaching at another university, a graduate student at Columbia returned to New York, and to her job at the Journal office. How were the students? she was asked. "Fine", she responded. "But it was weird. They were all obsessed with sex! Not the idea of sex, or the meaning of sex, but sex!"

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