Human Parts
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Human Parts

You Don’t Have to Choose One Part of Yourself

Logic dictates ‘this or that,’ but real life begs for nuance

Photo: Abstract Aerial Art/Getty Images

II have always had a hard time with both and neither. It’s either on or off. We’re friends or we’re not. I love it or I don’t. I’m all in or completely out.

I don’t know how to have acquaintances. People are friends, hope-to-be friends, or…

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Anna Cook

Anna Cook

Philosophy professor. Thinker and overthinker. I’m an ambivalent academic and an academic of ambivalence. Happiest when dancing or starting a puzzle annacook.ca