Articles of Note

The Searle-Derrida dispute. How a narrow question about language led to accusations of ignorance and the split between analytic and continental philosophy... more »

New Books

Depression: Heidegger called it anxiety. Sylvia Plath likened it to being covered with a bell jar. Daphne Merkin experienced “a yawning inner lack." How do you write about a lack?... more »

Essays & Opinions

What was it like to live before and during the invention of modern sexuality? Consider Edward and Minnie Benson and their five children... more »