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Title: Editorial [Antae, Vol.1(2)] 
Authors: Farrugia, James
Micallef, Jeffrey
Keywords: Editorials
Issue Date: 2014-06
Publisher: University of Malta. Department of English
Citation: Farrugia, J., Micallef, J. (2014). Editorial. Antae Journal, 1(2), 65-71.
Abstract: History attests to the fact that monologic worlds are all too often the most self-destructive and, thankfully, short-lived forms of civilisation. Such worlds manifest themselves with worrying regularity, impacting every aspect of life. They lead to a full realisation of all five of Hobbes’s famous epithets: solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short. At heart, they constitute a failure of the imagination, a failure of language and of communication, in which the human capacity for intellect either slowly dissolves or is renounced, giving space instead to a single-minded severity that breeds polarity and extremism.
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Antae Journal, Volume 1, Issue 2

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