<strong>Anthony Burgess</strong>&nbsp;began writing because he thought he had a year to live and wanted to make money for his widow-to-be. He didn't die and couldn't find a job, so he kept on writing

Anthony Burgess&amp;nbsp;began writing because he thought he had a year to live and wanted to make money for his widow-to-be. He didn&#39;t die and couldn&#39;t find a job, so he kept on
Anthony Burgess began writing because he thought he had a year to live and wanted to make money for his widow-to-be. He didn't die and couldn't find a job, so he kept on [More]

Essays in Moral Skepticism

2017.03.03 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Richard Joyce, Essays in Moral Skepticism, Oxford University Press, 2016, 274pp., $74.00 (hbk), ISBN 9780198754879. Reviewed
2017.03.03 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Richard Joyce, Essays in Moral Skepticism, Oxford University Press, 2016, 274pp., $74.00 (hbk), ISBN 9780198754879. Reviewed [More]

Philosopher of the Month: Socrates

This March, the OUP Philosophy team honors Socrates (470-399 BC) as their Philosopher of the Month. As elusive as he is a groundbreaking figure in the history of philosophy, this Athenian thinker is
This March, the OUP Philosophy team honors Socrates (470-399 BC) as their Philosopher of the Month. As elusive as he is a groundbreaking figure in the history of philosophy, this Athenian thinker is [More]

There is excitement in the air. Writers are anxious but not unhappy. <strong>Political upheaval</strong>&nbsp;has given them a fresh sense of militancy and purpose. How galvanizing &mdash; and disturbing

There is excitement in the air. Writers are anxious but not unhappy. Political upheaval&amp;nbsp;has given them a fresh sense of militancy and purpose. How galvanizing &amp;mdash; and
There is excitement in the air. Writers are anxious but not unhappy. Political upheaval has given them a fresh sense of militancy and purpose. How galvanizing — and [More]

Find the moral landscape of our times rather impoverished? You're not alone. Rod Dreher suggests taking a cue from a ninth-century monk and <strong>retreating from modernity</strong>

Find the moral landscape of our times rather impoverished? You&#39;re not alone. Rod Dreher suggests taking a cue from a ninth-century monk and retreating from
Find the moral landscape of our times rather impoverished? You're not alone. Rod Dreher suggests taking a cue from a ninth-century monk and retreating from [More]

<strong>Eat like a 16th-century pope</strong>. Delicacies included monkey brain, parrot tongue, and Turkish fish. Silverware was tossed out the window after each course

Eat like a 16th-century pope. Delicacies included monkey brain, parrot tongue, and Turkish fish. Silverware was tossed out the window after each
Eat like a 16th-century pope. Delicacies included monkey brain, parrot tongue, and Turkish fish. Silverware was tossed out the window after each [More]

Paul Feyerabend and the debate over the philosophy of science

Paul Feyerabend (born 13th January, 1924, died February 11th, 1994) is best-known for his contributions to the philosophy of science, which is somewhat ironic because, I suspect, he wouldn’t have
Paul Feyerabend (born 13th January, 1924, died February 11th, 1994) is best-known for his contributions to the philosophy of science, which is somewhat ironic because, I suspect, he wouldn’t have [More]

<p>There is excitement in the air. Writers are anxious but not unhappy. <strong>Political upheaval</strong>&nbsp;has given them a fresh sense of militancy and purpose. How galvanizing &mdash; and disturbing</p>

There is excitement in the air. Writers are anxious but not unhappy. Political upheaval&amp;nbsp;has given them a fresh sense of militancy and purpose. How galvanizing &amp;mdash; and
There is excitement in the air. Writers are anxious but not unhappy. Political upheaval has given them a fresh sense of militancy and purpose. How galvanizing — and [More]

<p>Find the moral landscape of our times rather impoverished? You're not alone. Rod Dreher suggests taking a cue from a ninth-century monk and <strong>retreating from modernity</strong></p>

Find the moral landscape of our times rather impoverished? You&#39;re not alone. Rod Dreher suggests taking a cue from a ninth-century monk and retreating from
Find the moral landscape of our times rather impoverished? You're not alone. Rod Dreher suggests taking a cue from a ninth-century monk and retreating from [More]

<p><strong>Eat like a 16th-century pope</strong>. Delicacies included monkey brain, parrot tongue, and Turkish fish. Silverware was tossed out the window after each course</p>

Eat like a 16th-century pope. Delicacies included monkey brain, parrot tongue, and Turkish fish. Silverware was tossed out the window after each
Eat like a 16th-century pope. Delicacies included monkey brain, parrot tongue, and Turkish fish. Silverware was tossed out the window after each [More]