Nakul Krishna, Author at The Point Magazine
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Nakul Krishna

 

Add Your Own Egg

The world, Bernard Williams thought, is full of temptations to take simple moral views—everything from “bomb Iraq” to “maximize the good”—because the longer route of self-understanding and critique is hard, uncertain and risky. If philosophy can help us with any of this, it won’t be because it discovers a formula to replace the traditional sources of moral understanding…

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The Heron and the Lamprey

The “New York Review of Books“ has just reissued “The Interior Landscape: Classical Tamil Love Poems,” one of the most abidingly beautiful of artifacts to come out of Hyde Park in Chicago.

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