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Book Review: Gathering Evidence

Book Review: Gathering Evidence

In addition to his plays, novels and poetry, Austrian writer Thomas Bernhard published an autobiography in five separate volumes in 1975, 1976, 1978, 1981 and 1982. Soon after, it was compiled into one and reissued as Gathering Evidence, a memoir, translated from the German by David McLintock. Never one for simple linear narration, Bernhard’s familiar […]

Book Review: Deconstructing Ludwig Wittgenstein

Book Review: Deconstructing Ludwig Wittgenstein

Some 500 books have been written on Wittgenstein, far more than on analytic philosophy’s other co-founders, Frege, Russell and Moore. In Wittgenstein’s Antiphilosophy, Alain Badiou makes his own contribution to this “galactic mass of glosses”, and winks, “it would certainly be in bad taste on my part if I were not to declare… all books […]

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