Philosophy and philosophers.
By: Mark Kingwell
Intuition, creativity, laughter, and élan vital.
Consumer society robs us of political agency.
He made the choice to live deliberately.
By: Erik Davis
A great novelist of high weirdness.
Challenging power and preserving the environment.
By: William Nericcio
She helped pioneer second-wave feminism.
By: Joshua Glenn
He defended artifice and imagination vs. the so-called “natural.”
“Are we not straying as though through an infinite nothingness?”
He saw how institutions and apparatuses order daily life and desire.
She defended an Aristotelian concept of human flourishing.
He diagnosed “problems in living” — not mental illness.
By: Karinne Keithley Syers
In search of a democratic philosophical tradition.
We are condemned to be free.
By: Anthony Miller
He asks us to do some deep thinking about music and creativity.
He charges us to commit to the world’s relentless unsettling.