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
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.
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
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,
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
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