by Sam Vaknin The Macedonians have a word for it – magla, fog. It signifies the twin arts of duplicity and ambiguity. In that mental asylum which was formed within the swathe of socialist countries, even language was pathologized. It mutated into a weapon of self-defence, a verbal fortification, a medium without a message, replacing […]

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