Losing your mind is a strange kind of fetishization. Woolf, Plath, Hemingway, Wallace. How should we think about the relationship between <strong>creativity and illness</strong>?

Losing your mind is a strange kind of fetishization. Woolf, Plath, Hemingway, Wallace. How should we think about the relationship between creativity and
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Losing your mind is a strange kind of fetishization. Woolf, Plath, Hemingway, Wallace. How should we think about the relationship between creativity and illness?

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Hegel & Hume Talk It Over

Chris Christensen watches Hume and Hegel argue about how they can have knowledge of
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Chris Christensen watches Hume and Hegel argue about how they can have knowledge of reality.

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<strong>Alexander Pushkin</strong>: Talented misfit, ladies' man, hothead, he died in a duel at 31. He's known as Russia's supreme poet. Was he also its greatest writer of prose?

Alexander Pushkin: Talented misfit, ladies&#39; man, hothead, he died in a duel at 31. He&#39;s known as Russia&#39;s supreme poet. Was he also its greatest writer of
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Alexander Pushkin: Talented misfit, ladies' man, hothead, he died in a duel at 31. He's known as Russia's supreme poet. Was he also its greatest writer of prose?

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On Logos

Raymond Tallis looks into the mystery of the sense-making
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Raymond Tallis looks into the mystery of the sense-making animal.

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As a young man, <strong>Jack London</strong> thrived among the delinquents on the Oakland waterfront. His stint in the cellar of society shaped his worldview

As a young man, Jack London thrived among the delinquents on the Oakland waterfront. His stint in the cellar of society shaped his
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As a young man, Jack London thrived among the delinquents on the Oakland waterfront. His stint in the cellar of society shaped his worldview

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What is Metaphysics Anyway?

Peter Adamson considers Aristotle’s original use of the
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Peter Adamson considers Aristotle’s original use of the term.

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The Road

Michael Burke traces the lengths to which we must go to truly love the other
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Michael Burke traces the lengths to which we must go to truly love the other person.

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Moral Relativism by Steven Lukes

Phil Badger surveys Steven Lukes’ perspective on moral
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Phil Badger surveys Steven Lukes’ perspective on moral relativism.

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Was Einstein Right? by Clifford M. Will

Tim Wilkinson answers the question Was Einstein Right? about general relativity with a
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Tim Wilkinson answers the question Was Einstein Right? about general relativity with a “Yes!”.

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