By: Mark Kingwell
“solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short”
By: Franklin Bruno
The witty founder of “ordinary language philosophy”
By: Tor Aarestad
“I would rather be wrong with Sartre than right with Aron.”
The philosopher who discovered the hermeneutic circle.
Big man, big brain, big appetites.
By: Mimi Lipson
Colorless green ideas sleep furiously.
Trying to write about one clearly defined question at a time.
By: Jerrold Freitag
Rorty patiently dismantles western philosophy.
By: Marilyn Berlin Snell
“That saving incertitude which is our supreme consolation.”
Can violence ever be praised so? What enormity is required?
Every attempt to speak plainly is doomed to failure.
Walter Benjamin “allowed me to survive Heidegger.”
One of his key ideas is “anomalous monism.”
By: Jacob Mikanowski
He spurned all avant-gardes but his own.
Media, culture, and ideology are the battleground of the soul.