When one thinks of Gilles Deleuze, Stoicism might not be the first thing that comes to mind. The French philosopher Continue reading
Paul Klee’s Angelus Novus design is used by Benjamin as a metaphor to describe the link between progress and catastrophe.
Grossman and the Greeks “’Everything flows, everything changes,’ said the Greek. But this is not evident from the little mounds Continue reading
Theodor Adorno, the Arch-curmudgeon of the Frankfurt School of Critical theory, devotes a brief but substantial section of his Minima Continue reading
This is Sloterdijk’s explicitness: You are on life support, it’s fragile, it’s technical, it’s public, it’s political, it could break Continue reading
What is Justice?If we pay 1,000 yen and are given something worth 500 yen, we will complain, angry. If we Continue reading
Despite Western thought’s persistence to the effect, there are nevertheless reasons to doubt the idea that the mind comes in Continue reading
With COVID-19 and its consequences still unfolding at the time of writing it is tempting to speculate what the future Continue reading