2 years ago
by AdelleChattre+21 +1
Keith Lowe’s The Fear and the Freedom is an intimate portrayal of how human beings carry on when their world has changed for ever. By John Gray.
1 year ago
by AdelleChattre+14 +1
As a psychotherapist, Irvin Yalom has helped others grapple with their mortality. Now he is preparing for his own end. By Jordan Michael Smith.
Palliative-care doctors explain the “existential slap” that many people face at the end. By Jennie Dear.
Alex Landragin on tinnitus as a burden and an existential clarion call.
“Even though, then, the Existentialists have experienced absurdity, the senselessness of human existence, they essentially end up affirming the perpetuity of the human subject, which is exactly what the experience of absurdity, being one of evanescence, denies.” By Timofei Gerber.
1 year ago
by AdelleChattre+12 +1
How America boosts the Afghan opium trade. By Andrew Cockburn.
8 months ago
by AdelleChattre+23 +1
Our starting point for all commemorations must be deep sorrow, not only for the lives lost, but the effects on those who remained. By Peter FitzSimons.