Ron Srigley

Ron Srigley is a writer. His work has appeared in The Walrus, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and L’Obs, as well as in a variety of scholarly journals. He teaches philosophy and religious studies at Laurentian University and in the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Humber College, Toronto. He is author of Albert Camus’s Critique of Modernity and translator of Albert Camus’s Christian Metaphysics and Neoplatonism. Photo by Elliott Tilleczek.


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Will the Real Harun Please Stand Up?

Is Kamel Daoud's "The Meursault Investigation" a critique of Jean-Baptiste set in a different dispensation? Or it is an attempt to go him one better?...

Will the Real Harun Please Stand Up?
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