Putting a name to the 'lost emotion' of our distracted age
It was in the throes of Melbourne’s miserable second lockdown that historian Jonathan Zecher sat to write about an ancient emotion called acedia — the so-called “noonday demon” — which induces a rare restlessness that makes it near impossible to focus on the task at hand.Read more on Putting a name to the 'lost emotion' of our distracted age
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