Some might find David Plante’s ‘Difficult Women’ an enigmatic examination of a man’s relationship to several women who all resemble his mother. The rest of us, however…
A review of Rebecca Schuman’s Schadenfreude, a Love Story, including some personal observations and self-identification that connect to a memoir with a really long title and lots of German words
When it comes to reconstructing the lived experience of historical figures and philosophers, the devil is in the details, and the devil is probably a Nazi.
Hegel’s philosophies are critically important to Western thought but this new translation may make even the most stalwart of academics sigh in frustration.