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Book Review: Iron Curtain

Book Review: Iron Curtain

Perhaps what is most often forgotten in the more intellectual-inclined discourses of political theory and Marxism is the basic fact that civil society – that sphere that is organically nongovernmental and, if desired, apolitical – is the vibrant lifeblood that allows discourse, and culture, to arise. The Italian Marxist theorist Antonio Gramsci long held that […]

Book Review: François Noudelmann’s The Philosopher’s Touch

Book Review: François Noudelmann’s The Philosopher’s Touch

Eavesdropping on a Private World of Music Asking a new acquaintance about their favourite music always has a subtle undercurrent: “Is this a person I could love?” Like movies, food or books, sharing music is a means of discovery. Tell me what you listen to and I will tell you who you are. As Friedrich […]

Albert Camus: A Stranger in The Panthéon

“It serves him right!” scolded Jean-Paul Sartre when Albert Camus was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1957. The author of Being and Nothingness, who took care to decline the same prize in 1964, had not forgiven Camus for his 1951 essay The Rebel. In this study of resistance and revolution, the French Algerian […]

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