As Jesus of Nazareth once said (or was, more precisely, read [transcribed (by sets of translators [NIV])]), “Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye?”
[provisional self-evidence] pays all attention to the plank in academia’s/its own eye.
Example: members of marginalized groups experience a sense of anxiety, such sense — academia advancing — being by no means merely ‘natural’ as an end of society (institutionalized racism/classism/sexism/etc.). Extension: to academia — members of which experiencing such sense relative to research, reading, writing; processes —, such sense is natural (imagine the teacher to the student: ‘it is only natural’).
[provisional self-evidence] turns academia against itself, re-claiming naturality.
// Nature’s handwriting is asemic: