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In this Issue

Israeli philosopher Oded Na’aman offers a searing examination of his actions as a member of the Israeli Defense Forces serving in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Anil Gomes explores an alternative to the Cartesian and Kantian project of seeking knowledge of the world from the position of an “isolated self”. Joshua Glasgow celebrates the personal rewards of supporting one’s team as a “real” rather than “bandwagon” fan. Benjamin Mitchell-Yellin reviews Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò’s Elite Capture. And Helena de Bres interviews political theorist Lea Ypi about the multiple forms of expression in her best-selling memoir Free: Coming of Age at the End of History. Cover illustration by Emily C. Bernstein.