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Yoga Doxa: On the Illusion of Free Expression

by Matt Sheedy While sitting in the waiting area of local yoga studio the other day, I read through a book that the studio had recently published entitled, Moksha Yoga: Expressions of Accessibility, which contained a mission statement along with … Continue reading

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Appreciating Religion?

In light of the recent Sikh temple shooting, the American Academy of Religion posted this on their Facebook page: The AAR is shocked by the deadly shooting in the Sikh Temple in Wisconsin. Our thoughts are with the victims and … Continue reading

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A Funeral for Canada, the Occupy Movement, and Social Formations

By Matt Sheedy On June 3, 2011, a young woman named Brigette De Pape walked onto the floor of the Senate in Ottawa, where she worked as a parliamentary page, and held up a handmade stop sign that read “Stop … Continue reading

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