Monthly Archives: May 2010
Reading today on Marx’s theories of political economy proposed in Capital was enough to send me again to my thoughts of philosopher labor. What is the exchange labor of a philosopher? Are philosophers exploited, alienated from their labor? Who owns … Continue reading
My encounters with practical writing books has been mostly a disappointing affair, but perhaps this is because I have needed help on multiple fronts. No single style book was going to be able to lift me from the stultifying confusion … Continue reading
We may not make the world we live in, but we can respond to it. And in responding, the world in turn responds to us.