Eric Jarosinski was a frustrated academic who found his (despairing, irreverent) voice on Twitter. Eighty-five thousand people are listening.
“Yes, I believe in happiness. The sad kind,” the former Penn professor tweeted recently.
Adopting the Twitter persona was “extremely liberating,” he said, because it helped him to remember what had attracted him to the Frankfurt School philosophers in the first place: their more literary works, especially their aphorisms.
Knowledge is power!
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