David Brooks recently asked in his NYT column whether we should think of our lives not as stories but as games (or, more precisely, as series of games). As “a liberal arts type” , writes Brooks, he favors the first option. Brooks is right that taking our lives to be stories is…
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and why its second year was so much harder than the first one
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with reference to Frasier and Ariadne auf Naxos
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Against the Expertise Model of Education One of the first questions I typically get when I tell people outside the academy that I teach philosophy is…
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and what it is for
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reflections on Whit Stillman's Metropolitan (1990)
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and the good of love, children, and art
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In my first essay for Line of Beauty, I wrote about brunch and its sociality. I didn’t say anything there, however, about the genre of ‘brunch food’, as…
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