By: Mark Kingwell
Intuition, creativity, laughter, and élan vital.
We are condemned to be free.
By: Karinne Keithley Syers
He charges us to commit to the world’s relentless unsettling.
“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.”
By: David Smay
The wrong kind of feminist, the wrong kind of novelist.
By: Marilyn Berlin Snell
“That saving incertitude which is our supreme consolation.”
By: Joshua Glenn
Harry G. Frankfurt on bullshit
A Tale of Two Magazines
It’s not about coming up with answers but finding a way to ask the questions.
By: Greg Rowland
Socratic irony… elenctic method, or Skrull stratagem?
Reason itself becomes the monster.
Charming vs. Creepy is the battle of our age.
By: Brian Berger
Rhapsodic, recondite philosopher of music, hope, and Stalin.