immanuel kant

The Terrifying Reciprocity of the Aesthetic Gaze in Visconti’s ‘Death in Venice’

The Terrifying Reciprocity of the Aesthetic Gaze in Visconti’s ‘Death in Venice’

Luchino Visconti's oft-misunderstood Death in Venice (Morte a Venezia) tenderly explores how beauty stares back at us and demands that we accept and acknowledge its terrible contradictions.

To Each Her Own Avocado Toast: Philosophers at Table

To Each Her Own Avocado Toast: Philosophers at Table

Philosophers at Table declares Cartesian dichotomies the ruin of food, with delicious results.

‘Undertale’ and Immanuel Kant: Ethics in Video Games

High-Minded Bullshit