Monday, July 26, 2010
The New Yorker has a short review of Marilynne Robinson's Absence of Mind.
Robinson is eloquent in her defense of the mind’s prerogatives, but her call for a renewed metaphysics might be better served by rereading Heidegger than by dusting off the Psalms.
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