Monthly Archives: January 2011
I just might have to return to these incredibly helpful lectures this summer.
In the Winter 2011 issue of Dissent, Richard Wolin reflects on the numerous right-wing victories in Europe the past decade, as well as the rather ambivalent role of the intellectual in combating the ethnocentric or “racial state”: The question of … Continue reading
A slide show at The Nation.
Over at Slate, there’s a good discussion of Nietzsche’s supposed influence on Loughner and his actions. Apparently, there has been a lot of knee-jerk reaction to the fact that Loughner read Nietzsche, with the great German thinker playing the scapegoat … Continue reading
There’s already a review at NDPR for the book I just mentioned.
From Continuum Studies in Philosophy I’m not much of a fan of the so-called “continental vs. analytic philosophy” – I think each category is quite fuzzy and often counterproductive, with the division itself being very political. However, given all the … Continue reading