Richard Kearney

Richard Kearney holds the Charles Seelig Chair of Philosophy at Boston College and is author of many books on European philosophy and Irish culture, including Postnationalist Ireland, Transitions: Narratives in Irish Culture and Navigations: Collected Irish Essays (1977-2007). He is also a novelist and poet.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Sages and Holy Fools

Richard Kearney on Jason M. Wirth's "Commiserating with Devastated Things: Milan Kundera and the Entitlements of Thinking."...


Double Remembrance

With the centenary of the Battle of the Somme and the Easter Rising arriving this year, Richard Kearney considers their impact on Ireland....

Double Remembrance
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