We have come to where language begins

“Fox”—though only inside that conceptual boundary.  Remove the boundary and—presto!—it is something else. Behold modern man’s great epistemological dilemma. I call it the “Great Forgetting,” after Daniel Quinn. ♠ I am not a real writer.  I must be honest.  A true writer writes regularly, generally daily, consuming quarts of ink.  The hard stuff.  Smell their…