Literature offers us many answers to the dilemma of victorious warriors: the lucky, like Achilles, die; the unlucky, like Paul Atreides, go quite mad. Agamemnon is murdered, Odysseus turns feral; this is the way the world ends, never all at once.
Rules for Revolutions
Failure might be the fate of revolution, but defeat is the denial of one.
The Stakes of Silence
If Kant’s entire argument presumes the impossibility of ontology as a species of valid knowledge, in what sense does he “rescue” it?
Across These Miles
This, then, is what they don’t tell you about fieldwork: a lot of it is about earnestly realizing that certain things are universally ridiculous, but they are never the things you expect.
The Oasis of Now.
It was in search of this quixotic beast that I began thinking about Doctor Who.