It’s a simple idea really: each philosopher gets 10 minutes of camera time to say a little about his or her work. That’s the whole movie. The exceptions being Cornell West who gets a couple of appearances—he opens the show with what might be a new genre, call it ‘philosophy rap’, and then closes, rappingContinue reading “Preamble”

Facing Stanley Dancing

 Steady. If you need a chair or something to hold on to, try this sentence: It is a condition of, or a threat to, that relation to things called aesthetic, that something I know and cannot make intelligible stands to be lost to me. There. There’s your rock to anchor to. Now we will startContinue reading “Facing Stanley Dancing”