Unemployment or foreclosure can mean a new beginning or chance at re-invention for some. But it can lead others to question their identity and worth, falling into a state of limbo. We've invited one of our favorite deep thinkers in to discuss what limbo is – and what value it might have. Stephen Asma
is a philosophy professor at Columbia College, Chicago. His most recent book, On Monsters: An Unnatural History of Our Worst Fears
is out now. What has you feeling caught in limbo?
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