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[Reflections] On Art and Religious Experience

Saying you love art but have no interest in religion is like saying you love EDM but have no interest in dancing.

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Newsletter: February 2022

We live in an era that’s impatient and grasping, says Heidegger. Our technological prowess is only the most outward evidence of this more general way of being in the world.

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[Reflections] Some Misgivings about the 2020 PhilPapers Survey

The questions prod respondents to think about philosophy in a certain way that many people—the authors presumably included—so take for granted that they don’t even notice that there’s prodding going on.

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Newsletter: October 2021

On one hand, Heidegger is arguably the most important figure in European philosophy in the twentieth century. On the other hand, he was for a time a card-carrying member of the Nazi Party.

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