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  • The anti-Valentine's book: 'Great Philosophers Who Failed at Love'

    For those who prefer Valentine's Day with a taste of Schadenfreude: the book Great Philosophers Who Failed at Love.
  • Paul Beatty's latest follows a disc jockey to Berlin

    I first heard of Paul Beatty in the 1990s, when Europe was awash in young black rebels trying to forge a new identity against the backdrop of insidious racism. We wanted to be black and proud, as the song went, but we wanted none of the nationalist...

    'Nomad's Hotel' by Cees Nooteboom

    'Nomad's Hotel' by Cees Nooteboom
    Cees Nooteboom, now 75, is one of the two Dutch writers -- along with his slightly older contemporary, Harry Mulisch -- whose name always turns up on those mysterious annual short lists of Nobel Prize contenders so beloved of European literary...

    Marjorie Grene dies at 98; historian of philosophy known as independent thinker

    Marjorie Grene dies at 98; historian of philosophy known as independent thinker
    When the prestigious Library of Living Philosophers chose Marjorie Grene as the subject of the 29th volume in its series, the feisty 90-something thinker and writer downplayed her selection with characteristic self-deprecation. "I think," she told a...

    How leftist intellectuals once approached bifurcated Berlin

    In 1982, the leftist intellectual journal Semiotext(e) published the German Issue, more than 300 pages dedicated to the then-split nation. Now, on the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the journal is reissuing it with two new...