Terry Eagleton writing in the latest edition of The London Review of Books: Kierkegaard is careful to distinguish the perilous adventure of selfhood from whimsical self-fashioning, in which the self, intoxicated by endless possibility, reinvents itself experimentally from moment to moment, shucking off responsibility for the past and surrendering to the aesthetic allure of the…
What is an ‘occasional table’ being when it isn’t actually, you know, being a table?
I'll tell you what's mildly irritating: people who say ‘reached out to’ when they mean ‘contacted’.
A conversation with Jen about dwarfs.
I woke up this morning to find one of Carolyn's random text-message queries awaiting me.