What if we were to think of literature and the other arts as a kind of repository of habitus, a motley collection of practices and strategies? “Motley” because ...
A totally nonscientific, off the cuff, Top 5 nonfiction books I read (not necessarily published in) in 2020
Mental Anchors for Information Overload – my review of Breaking Bread with the Dead by Alan Jacobs
The essays read not as lectures but as conversations exploring interesting topics with a very well read friend.
These perceptive moral essays crackle with wit, intelligence, and a wide range of knowledge.
“You can have enlightenment for ninepence but you prefer ignorance.” That’s you. You can do better, and God help your sorry-ass soul if you don’t try.