Jennifer Saul: A young philhellene

Theo in sand

Jennifer Saul writes: “My son Theo was buried in the sand for the first (and surely not the last!) time in Crete. Theo continues to love Greek culture. For Halloween, he was Odysseus. He decided I should be a siren, and that his Dad should be the pile of bones on which the siren sits. How could we resist?”

Jennifer Saul holds the Waterloo Chair in Social and Political Philosophy of Language at the University of Waterloo, Canada.

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