John Kaag

John Kaag is a professor of Philosophy at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. He is the author of Idealism, Pragmatism, and Feminism and Thinking Through the Imagination. His writing has appeared in The New York TimesHarper’s MagazineThe Christian Science MonitorThe Chronicle of Higher Education, and many other publications. He lives outside Boston with his wife and daughter.


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The Sufferings of Nietzsche

Morten Høi Jensen contemplates the fruitful sufferings of Nietzsche, as chronicled in recent books by Sue Prideaux and John Kaag....


Hiking with Emerson

Skye C. Cleary interviews professor John Kaag about his recent book, "American Philosophy: A Love Story."...

Hiking with Emerson


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