De la philosophie impure

Between walls and heads

FROM SEQUENCE 2013 May 2013 In The Genealogy of Morals (as translated by Francis Golffing), Nietzsche writes about how as a man divinely abstracted and self-absorbed into whose ears the bell has just drummed the twelve strokes of noon will… Read More ›

On just being

FROM SEQUENCE 2013 April 2013   Clarifying, I note that the title uses the word “just” in the sense of “merely,” “only”—“just another manic Monday”—and not in the sense of “justice.” At the same time I note that this essay… Read More ›

Of Miracles

FROM SEQUENCE 2013 February 2013 . . . as long as the world endures. For so long, I presume, will the accounts of miracles and prodigies be found in all history, sacred and profane. — David Hume A beautiful winter… Read More ›