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Tom Wolfe on Cuban-Americans in the US

Aside from telling great stories, Tom Wolfe tells those stories through the prism of how he believes people view themselves and their overall place in society, namely their ‘status.’ Wolfe has written often about the influence German sociologist Max Weber … Continue reading

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Tom Wolfe in Miami, Cooooññño

Tom Wolfe! The other day it hit me, one of the great American writers ever is in the process of researching and writing a book, Back to Blood, based in our town. The book’s topic is immigration and it’s focus … Continue reading

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Tom Wolfe Seed interview

I’ve copied the complete Tom Wolfe interview in Seed magazine below. See the 10 minute video here —————————————————————————————-The Seed Salon – The Transcript: Tom Wolfe + Michael Gazzaniga The father of cognitive neuroscience and the original New Journalist discuss status, … Continue reading

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Great Writing and a non-GIST Alert

Ever read or see* something you really enjoyed and discover later that it was considered that way by a lot of other people – otherwise known as the gratuitous inconsequential spotting of talent [GIST]. I’ve always remembered great articles I … Continue reading

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Sorry, But Your Soul Just Died by Tom Wolfe

Sorry, But Your Soul Just Died / Tom Wolfe / Forbes 1996 From neuroscience to Nietzsche. A sobering look at how man may perceive himself in the future, particularly as ideas about genetic predeterminism takes the place of dying Darwinism. … Continue reading

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Sorry, But Your Soul Just Died by Tom Wolfe

Sorry, But Your Soul Just Died / Tom Wolfe / Forbes 1996 From neuroscience to Nietzsche. A sobering look at how man may perceive himself in the future, particularly as ideas about genetic predeterminism takes the place of dying Darwinism. … Continue reading

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