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Published on March 20, 2018
written by Cyril O’Regan

I t takes just a little education, perhaps an education that involves a nod to Plato and perhaps a wink in the direction of modern French philosophy, to realize there are at least two senses of “gift” currently in operation. There is the ordinary straightforward sense of gift being something good, so that when someone uses the phrase “the gift of modernity” we have good reason to believe that modernity is being construed positively as an unqualified good bringing benefits to us that are plausibly different in extent to what was provided in the pre-modern world and perhaps also different in kind. The referendum would then be on: you could either accept or reject the claim. Acceptance or rejection might simply be an index of personality: you are a sunny type and well-disposed to the commonplace diktats of how wonderful it is for us to enjoy such material comfort and to have such a fabulous menu of choice in and through which to construct a life. Or, you are more brooding and choleric (which may or may not change with time), not likely to take things at face value. You are far more inclined to denounce modernity as a sham, a lovely surface hiding the shame of its systemic ugliness and the huge price paid for the would-be crystal palace of reason, progress, and equality. Hopefully, however, since so-called high civilizations, and certainly colleges, tend to require reason-giving, yea or nay should consist of more than an expression of instinct, even if it turns out that the best we are capable of doing is after F. H. Bradley—a minor figure in the history of philosophy, but one loved by T. S. Eliot and the ten people at the end of the 19 th century in England who were moderately interested in metaphysics—providing bad reasons for things that we believe on instinct.

Shortly, we will get to a description of both positive and negative phenomena that might encourage voting yea or nay. Before we get there I should put on the table another, less straightforward sense of gift, which has been brought forward in modern continental philosophy, and is especially prominent in the French “trickster” Jacques Derrida. This slippery fellow expostulates on the doubleness of “gift” by drawing attention to the doubleness of the German “ Giften ,” which means both “cure” and “poison” and which translates the Greek “ pharmekon ,” which also has the same double meaning And, of course, if we think of it, this is not as recondite as it might first appear: after all most pharmaceuticals are poisons, even if targeted poisons. Although it can and does function at the more reflective second-order level, this second sense is just as intuitive as the first. For instance, anyone of us could get upset that a particular person bought us a Christmas or birthday gift, for even if exchange is not intended, we feel the oppressiveness of its burden. The gift is structurally ambiguous. That a gift is at once a benefit and burden also bears upon the reception of modernity. Now besides straight-up affirmation and negation of modernity being proffered as a gift, there is this more ambiguous estimate in which there is the valorizations of goods which it would make no sense to return and at the same time fundamental worries about the cost of those goods on the level of the individual, relations between individuals, and on society.

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If you used the pelican-quickstart command, your primary settings file will be named by default.


When experimenting with different settings (especially the metadata ones) caching may interfere and the changes may not be visible. In such cases disable caching with or use the command-line switch.

Settings are configured in the form of a Python module (a file). There is an example settings file available for reference.

All the setting identifiers must be set in all-caps, otherwise they will not be processed. Setting values that are numbers (5, 20, etc.), booleans (True, False, None, etc.), dictionaries, or tuples should not be enclosed in quotation marks. All other values (i.e., strings) must be enclosed in quotation marks.

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To use response headers, you set the <UseResponseCacheHeaders> element value to true. That setting causes Edge to consider the response headers, compare them with the value set by <ExpirySettings> , then use the lowest value between the two. When considering the response headers, Edge chooses the value available as described in the following:

For example, imagine a response is cached with the following values:

In this case, the Cache-Control max-age value would be used for the TTL because it is lower than the <ExpirySettings> value and because there is no Cache-Control s-maxage value (which takes precedence over max-age ).

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