October 23, 2022 • By Andrea Capra
The Body of Thought: On Markus Gabriel’s “The Meaning of Thought”
Robert Pogue Harrison considers Markus Gabriel’s “The Meaning of Thought.”…
The Center Did Not Hold: On Seung Chul Kim’s “The Center Is Everywhere”
Leo D. Lefebure takes a critical look at Seung Chul Kim’s “The Center Is Everywhere.”…
Postcritique; or, The Cultural Logic of Capitalist Realism
Robert Scott reviews Robert T. Tally Jr.’s “For a Ruthless Critique of All That Exists: Literature in an Age of Capitalist Realism.”…
A Critique of Post-Critical Zen: On Bret W. Davis’s “Zen Pathways”
Avram Alpert asks for even more philosophical forks in reviewing Bret W. Davis’s book, “Zen Pathways.”…
Putting California Buddhism to Work in Silicon Valley
Fred Turner describes “Work Pray Code” as a fine-grained map of the traffic between religion and profit-seeking in Silicon Valley….
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