Matt Dinan is an Assistant Professor in the Great Books Program at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
Why precisely are the most fortunate of us the most restless? How can our private, individual restlessness explain our public, political sclerosis?
Hunting after the “hidden life of learning,” Zena Hitz defends learning for its own sake.
Modernity needs to be revealed to us, because it so successfully hides its true character, insulating itself against revision and correction.
It is hard to sustain the illusion that there is anything good about winter after the hundredth day or so.
What does it mean to like something "ironically"?
It perhaps goes without saying that the person with greatness of soul is not a great party guest.