Imagining a People: An Essay on the Possibility of Political Representation
The second installment of an essay reflecting on political theology through the lens of Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight" trilogy.
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“‘They say,’ is the monarch of this country, in a social sense. No one asks ‘who says it,’ so long as it is believed that ‘they say it.’ Designing men endeavor to persuade the publick, that already ‘they say,’ what these designing men wish to be said, and the publick is only too much disposed blindly to join in the cry of ‘they say.’” (233)

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