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Adrian Pecotic M.A.
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What would a nuanced and nimble way of making detention decisions look like?
How can our detention laws reflect the complexity of agency? We need to start by attending to the capacities that make agency possible.
Do cults of personality still exist? How do they influence today's politics in the United States and abroad?
Adrian Pecotic, M.A., is a freelance writer based in Sarajevo, Bosnia. In 2018, he received an M.A. in Neurophilosophy from Georgia State University.