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  • Sunday, August 2, 2015

    : Summer Reading List 2015

    What is it: 

    What philosophers, philosophies, or philosophical issues do you want to read up on this summer? Leibniz's Monadology not be the obvious choice to take on vacation, but there are lots of readable, beach-friendly classics and non-classics to add philosophical depth to your summer reading. John and Ken take suggestions from listeners and special guests: Berit Brogaard, author of On Romantic Love; Lars Iyer, author of Wittgenstein Jr (A Novel); and Jane Hirshfield, author of Ten Windows: How Great Poems Transform the World.

    Lars Iyer, Newcastle University





    Berit Brogaard, University of Miami





    Poet Jane Hirshfield

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