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Walter Benjamin’s Fiction in ‘The Storyteller’ Is a Warm Cure for an Academic Hangover

Walter Benjamin’s Fiction in ‘The Storyteller’ Is a Warm Cure for an Academic Hangover

A master of the theory of craft puts his money where his mouth is, revealing a precise descriptive power that gracefully commands plot and characterization.

Populist Revolts and Philosophy: ‘The Year of Dreaming Dangerously’

Sound and Fury Still Cometh: Brazen Vic Bondi

Life Between Two Deaths, 1989-2001, by Phillip E. Wegner

The Zerg Through the Eyes of Marx

The Beatles and Philosophy by Michael Baur and Steven Baur [Editors]