Daring to Hope for the Improbable: On Bernard Stiegler’s “The Age of Disruption”Leonid Bilmes
A major European philosopher diagnoses the pathologies of our time.
Skye C. Cleary reviews Kate Kirkpatrick's new biography of Simone de Beauvoir, "Becoming Beauvoir: A Life."
Isabel Ortiz and Bernadette Grubner talk to philosopher Alenka Zupančič about ontological inconsistency and #MeToo.
Robert L. Kehoe III studies “Walter Kaufmann: Philosopher, Humanist, Heretic” by Stanley Corngold.
Jason M. Wirth's "Nietzsche and Other Buddhas" is an important book for an age marked by intolerance and disregard for the “other.”
David E. Cooper reviews "Genuine Pretending: On the Philosophy of the Zhuangzi," and authors Hans-Georg Moeller and Paul J. D'Ambrosio respond.
Ronald Collins celebrates the publication of “Venice Saved,” a play by Simone Weil, translated by Silvia Panizza and Philip Wilson.