Christopher Fenwick is a PhD candidate at the Freie Universität, Berlin. He writes a blog at lexipenia.wordpress.com.
I would not say that literary studies should banish—I would not even say that literary studies can do without—conceptions that are historical, and indeed sociological. The question is, how does one bring that to bear in our discussions?
It’s the first day of the 2013 European Quizzing Championships in Liverpool and I’m sitting next to Jesse Honey—English national team member, winner of the […]
The manner in which the book approaches the question of the self could hence be seen as a kind of imaginative philosophy. Rather than approach philosophy argumentatively, the novel imagines it in all its connections to our everyday lives.