Martin Woessner reviews Paul W. Williams’s complex work “Harvard, Hollywood, Hitmen, and Holy Men.”
Martin Woessner on utopia, wandering in the desert, and meeting Habermas.....
Martin Woessner considers “Why Only Art Can Save Us” by Santiago Zabala.
Part of a LARB forum in which philosophers reflect on the legacy of Richard Rorty.
Martin Woessner mines the depths of “Paul Thomas Anderson” by George Toles.
IT WAS A LITTLE OVER A YEAR AGO that I made my first visit to the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin. Taking advantage of the...
A review of Ryan White's book on pragmatism and posthumanism in American thought.
Once you start looking for them, Heideggerians are everywhere. Stop hiding from Heidegger.
The origin of the filmed work of art.
Two new books remind us that the allegory of the cave is still alive and kicking, and that it speaks directly to the current cultural moment.
“What de Bolla does not do in The Architecture of Concepts is say very much about the humans who might make use of these “conceptual kinds.” Like a...