(in the philosophy of Leibniz) a monad having no direct causal or perceptual relation with any other monad.
The United States Of Diversity: Bordersby Taneesh Khera In April, 2018 I traveled to India for a college friend’s wedding. When I came back, I read part of this essay to two friends, and we began to discuss borders and what they’ve become today. That conversation was inspiration for this episode, so grab a cushion and get comfortable for the United States of Diversity: Borders.
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