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Will Self has seen the future and it's not pretty: increasing virtualization zooming us towards mass neuroticism in a ghastly mass synergy of fetishism and frigidity
22/07/2020  |  05:10  |  aldaily
The Churchills were famously terrible employers — Winston wandering around naked didn’t help. Many a cook and kitchen maid had left in tears; one reputedly went mad
22/07/2020  |  05:10  |  aldaily
Aristotle defended slavery, Kant and Hume were racists, Wittgenstein was sexist. Is it possible to set aside those remarks? Is it wise? Depends on the philosopher
22/07/2020  |  05:10  |  aldaily
Almost from the time Wuthering Heights was published, a vocal minority has argued that Emily Brontë can't be the true author. Now that theory has been tested
21/07/2020  |  07:20  |  aldaily
The unpopularity of new smells. In 1657 a London barber was prosecuted for making “a liquor called ‘coffee’’ whose scent caused a “great nuisance” in the area
21/07/2020  |  07:20  |  aldaily
Charles Péguy was neither a modernist nor an antimodernist. Rather, he was something quite distinctive, instructive, and relevant to our times: an amodernist
21/07/2020  |  07:20  |  aldaily
Paperback writers. How Carr, Hobsbawm, Taylor, and Trevor-Roper became the first generation of British historians who wrote for a large, mainstream audience
21/07/2020  |  07:20  |  aldaily
What’s the difference among a gadget, a thingamabob, a doohickey, and a gimmick? The last one promises more and perhaps delivers less
21/07/2020  |  07:20  |  aldaily
What to make of Wordsworth? For every line of his that intones the still, sad music of humanity, another drones the shrill, mad music of inanity
21/07/2020  |  07:20  |  aldaily
With her best-selling book and antiracism training sessions, Robin DiAngelo has illuminated the notion of white fragility. But what, exactly, is that changing?
21/07/2020  |  07:20  |  aldaily
Michael Walzer has leftist friends who regard consumerism as a capitalist vice and shopping as an activity to be avoided. But he is a shopping man
21/07/2020  |  07:20  |  aldaily
“No serious Black intellectual today thinks anti-Black racism is not a matter of life and death. The question is still the old one: What is to be done?”
21/07/2020  |  07:20  |  aldaily
The neuroscience of nostalgia. How can we miss things we’ve never experienced firsthand? Science offers a clue
21/07/2020  |  07:20  |  aldaily
Against “decency, morality, and good taste” the men of 1840s Brighton, England invariably swam naked. The problem was acute at low tide
11/07/2020  |  22:28  |  aldaily
“Masque of the Red Death. Statue of Pericles. Tigers.” Patricia Lockwood shares her notes from living with coronavirus
11/07/2020  |  22:28  |  aldaily
Culture, identity, psychology — Instagram takes the content of our private lives to digitize, feed through algorithms, and repackage for our consumption
11/07/2020  |  22:28  |  aldaily
A bold broadside against a dogmatic intellectual culture? Or “fatuous, self-important drivel”? Artists, writers, and thinkers react to that Harper’s letter
11/07/2020  |  22:28  |  aldaily
YouTube, as Nicholson Baker explains, is an “indispensable, life-enhancing tool, and also a source of poisonous neo-medieval yammering”
11/07/2020  |  22:28  |  aldaily
A pain “unlimited in both intensity and duration.” For George Scialabba, depression seemed as if it would never end, and life became an eternal, excruciating present
11/07/2020  |  22:28  |  aldaily
What was the origin of the novel? Perhaps it was Robinson Crusoe, perhaps Don Quixote. Or perhaps the question is nonsensical
11/07/2020  |  22:28  |  aldaily
Covid-19 has exposed Anglo-America as woefully lacking in crucial ways. In rebuilding, the world will turn to Germany, Japan, and South Korea
11/07/2020  |  22:28  |  aldaily
As Martin Amis wrote, art “celebrates life,” increasing “the store of what might be lost.” Can art — at the same time — lament what will be lost in climate change?
11/07/2020  |  22:28  |  aldaily
The Shostakovich problem. What is it about the composer that makes some people withhold their approval?
11/07/2020  |  22:28  |  aldaily
"Time exists, as love exists, as a myth: real because contingent, real because constructed, a catch-all term for phenomena bigger"
29/06/2020  |  18:12  |  aldaily
Innovation is prized but misunderstood. We don't how it happens or how to nurture it. We can't even agree on what it is
29/06/2020  |  18:12  |  aldaily
You may not have heard of Jean-Michel Frank, but he helped create minimalism. To channel his vision: “Throw out and keep throwing out!”
29/06/2020  |  18:12  |  aldaily
Despite their pivotal role in our lives, we read so little about door handles. Yet their story is, in microcosm, that of architecture
28/06/2020  |  22:34  |  aldaily
“The cat of the wood,” “the stag of the cabbages” — if there is magic in this world, no small part of it lies with that majestic creature, the hare
28/06/2020  |  22:34  |  aldaily
For Patricia Churchland, conscience is rooted in evolutionary biology; moral choices are explained away by neuroscience. Raymond Tallis isn’t buying it
28/06/2020  |  22:34  |  aldaily
Victorian women with the temerity to harbor their own ambitions faced a bitter sequence of humiliation, betrayal, and scandal
28/06/2020  |  22:34  |  aldaily
Henry Fielding, Adam Smith, and other 18th-century intellectuals found no food finer than the potato. It was Enlightenment superfood — the kale of its time
28/06/2020  |  22:34  |  aldaily
All shall be saved. Hell is a vestige of Christendom, not of Christianity itself. David Bentley Hart explains
28/06/2020  |  22:34  |  aldaily
Sianne Ngai renovated the field of aesthetics by studying the small stuff: the cute, the zany, and now, in her magnum opus, the gimmicky
28/06/2020  |  22:34  |  aldaily
The Point, n+1, Jacobin — today’s little magazines all suffer from the same flaw: a congenital addiction to seriousness
28/06/2020  |  22:34  |  aldaily
Driverless cars are not primarily about saving lives. They are about eliminating contingency and replacing it with machine-generated certainty. That's terrifying
28/06/2020  |  22:34  |  aldaily
"The worst-case scenario, which is entirely possible, is a historical bloodletting in academic research unlike which you have never seen"
28/06/2020  |  22:34  |  aldaily
Loud, constant parakeet chatter, the squawking of crows – there is no such thing as bad birdsong, a welcome respite from self-absorption
20/06/2020  |  05:27  |  aldaily
For Deirdre Bair, being Beckett’s biographer entailed exhausting hours spent on bar stools, keeping out of the reach of drunken Irish poets and professors
20/06/2020  |  05:27  |  aldaily
Darwin and the earthworms. To prove their intelligence, he glued leaves together, shouted at them, and serenaded them with a bassoon
20/06/2020  |  05:27  |  aldaily
In his 90s, Habermas is increasingly consumed by questions of faith and religion. His latest book spans more than 3,000 years and 1,700 pages
20/06/2020  |  05:27  |  aldaily
The race for domination in publishing Trump tell-alls is between Simon & Schuster and Henry Holt. For now, Simon & Schuster is winning
20/06/2020  |  05:27  |  aldaily
Mozart wrote some of his most sublime works in E flat major. There is no better key in which to hear music in dark times
20/06/2020  |  05:27  |  aldaily
“The great force of history comes from the fact that we carry it within us.” So wrote James Baldwin in 1965, in words that echo today
20/06/2020  |  05:27  |  aldaily
Military overreach, excessive spending and taxation, the rise of Christianity: There have been many explanations for the fall of Rome. Was a pandemic to blame?
20/06/2020  |  05:27  |  aldaily
The end of the performing arts? The pandemic has muted symphonies and opera houses. When they return, things will not be the same as before
20/06/2020  |  05:27  |  aldaily
Is an exhausted liberalism being supplanted by a successor ideology that's apparent everywhere? Ross Douthat makes the case
17/06/2020  |  14:22  |  aldaily
“I’ve argued that humans have evolved to be fundamentally sociable creatures.” Apparently that passes for a bold claim these days
17/06/2020  |  14:22  |  aldaily
Philip Roth and Robert Stone were anarchic in their hedonism, yet fanatically disciplined as writers
17/06/2020  |  14:22  |  aldaily
“The intractable problem for thinking beyond the nation-state is that its imputed obsolescence can neither be easily forced nor messianically awaited”
17/06/2020  |  14:22  |  aldaily
In 1911 Einstein moved to Prague, becoming part of an intellectual milieu that would influence Central Europe for decades to come
17/06/2020  |  14:22  |  aldaily
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