Kieran Setiya is professor of philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the author of Reasons without Rationalism (Princeton University Press, 2009), Knowing Right from Wrong (Oxford University Press, 2013), and Midlife: A Philosophical Guide (Princeton University Press, 2017). He lives in Brookline, Massachusetts, with his wife and son.
Our Predicament Is No Joke: On Terry Eagleton’s “Humour”
Kieran Setiya takes a serious look at “Humour” by Terry Eagleton....
On Infinite Baseball: An Interview with Alva Noë
Kieran Setiya interviews philosopher Alva Noë about his book, Infinite Baseball: Notes from a Philosopher on the Ballpark....
“Innumerable Intentions and Charms”: On Gary Browning’s “Why Iris Murdoch Matters”
Kieran Setiya considers “Why Iris Murdoch Matters” by Gary Browning....
Either Reason or a Rope: On Jennifer Summit and Blakey Vermeule’s “Action versus Contemplation: Why an Ancient Debate Still Matters”
Kieran Setiya contemplates “Action versus Contemplation: Why an Ancient Debate Still Matters,” an engaging new book by Jennifer Summit and Blakey Vermeule....
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