Adam Briggle–my friend, colleague, and PhD director–gets a nice review of his latest book from the New York Times. Really glad to see this. Many reviews
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These are words that go together well – confused of calcutta
Wonderful book review that becomes a thoughtful piece on translation. Translators do a very hard job, and are often underappreciated. We take them for granted.
Decline and fall: how American society unravelled | World news | The Guardian
In or around 1978, America’s character changed. For almost half a century, the United States had been a relatively egalitarian, secure, middle-class democracy, with structures
Emily Raboteau’s Searching for Zion, reviewed. – Slate Magazine
In her memoir Searching for Zion, Emily Raboteau travels to several continents and countries—including Israel, Jamaica, and Ghana—seeking her own personal Promised Land. While Raboteau,
Los Angeles Review of Books – Philosophy As An Art Of Living
A really nice set of book reviews for some texts I would recommend myself. Along with Pierre Hadot’s Philosohpy as a Way of Life, these are
Review for new book: “What Can You Really Know?”
A tad meandering for a book review, but the conclusion is of interest. When and why did philosophy lose its bite? How did it become
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