Episode from the podcastAcid Horizon

Answers Without Organs: Acid Horizon's Second Q&A Session

Released Tuesday, 2nd March 2021
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In this episode, Craig, Adam, Will, and Matt answer listeners’ questions ranging from Deleuze and Derrida to MacIntyre and Adorno. What are some ways to read philosophy effectively? Where does theory intersect with the novel and how does this encounter affect philosophy? Craig flexes his pedagogical muscles, Adam muses on the double bind of Twitter, Will discusses Dostoyevsky, and Matt shows us his Thomistic side. We’re full of surprises and, hopefully, answers!

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