Planning to Attempt David Foster Wallace’s ‘INFINITE JEST’ Again this Summer, Check Out this Bublup App Folder of Material Related to the Work & Author

I plan to track my attempt at reading Infinite Jest on this site, but also at this interesting social media app that I find useful, BUBLUP. You are all invited to view and comment on the folder I created to gather related materials on David Foster Wallace and Infinite Jest. Here's the link. Interesting and … Continue reading Planning to Attempt David Foster Wallace’s ‘INFINITE JEST’ Again this Summer, Check Out this Bublup App Folder of Material Related to the Work & Author

The Roots of Romanticism – Lecture Series and Book – by Isaiah Berlin – (Lectures Linked)

The Roots of Romanticismby Isaiah Berlin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dhLq2G0FcM&list=PLBHxLhKiPKxBjK6Udz8i0QTlFZAXKzTtF Philosophy OverdoseThis is the first of six lectures given by Isaiah Berlin on Romanticism. In these lectures, delivered at Washington, D.C.'s National Gallery of Art in 1965, acclaimed historian of philosophy Isaiah Berlin addresses the origins of what he deems "the greatest single shift in the consciousness of the … Continue reading The Roots of Romanticism – Lecture Series and Book – by Isaiah Berlin – (Lectures Linked)

05.23.2020> ‘The Anatomy of Melancholy’

Reading this nifty book 'The Anatomy of Melancholy' to discuss on my video podcast in conjunction with watching the film 'Melancholia' by Lars Von Trier this week. This book is nuts, one of those books that is just endlessly a joy to indulge in. Written by Robert Burton under the pseudonym 'Democritus Junior' because Democritus … Continue reading 05.23.2020> ‘The Anatomy of Melancholy’