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The problem of being pure in an impure world: an essay on Plato, false consciousness, and leftism.

Leftism and the Banausic Thinker: From Plato to Verso

The problem of being pure in an impure world: an essay on Plato, false consciousness, and leftism.

Apr, 18
A brief history of (Greek) Time. How Time-Chronos and Titan-Kronos have been confused from the very beginning. Time the Winged Serpent, Time the Melancholy Saturn, Time the Destroyer.

Father Time: Chronos and Kronos

A brief history of (Greek) Time. How Time-Chronos and Titan-Kronos have been confused from the very beginning. Time the Winged Serpent, Time the Melancholy Saturn, Time the Destroyer.

Feb, 13

Euripides’ Bacchae: Two Boys at Play

The Bacchae¬†has a reputation as Euripides’ greatest play. It’s hard for me to say. Even for a wildly eccentric and subversive playwright like Euripides, it is very¬†odd. It was one of his very last plays, […]

Feb, 26

Thersites, the Iliad, and Not Knowing Your Place

The scene with Thersites in Book II of the Iliad is one of the most famous in the whole epic, and with good reason. Not only is it very peculiar, but it also gives voice […]

Jul, 15

Albert O. Hirschman: The Rhetoric of Reaction

Albert Hirschman was an amazing writer and his three slim books written for a general readership make their points with incredible efficiency. Exit, Voice, and Loyalty is incisive about the individual’s relationship and loyalty to […]

May, 16

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