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June 08, 2011



I think that's the slipperiest interview I've ever read, so much so that I was seriously considering writing a parody as I read it. To take an obvious example, I was nodding along with the empiricist grumping about Negri and Zizek until I remembered how emphatic he'd been about his own philosophy being deontological rather than utilitarian. Well done for sticking at it, and not (as far as we can tell) beginning any questions "But in that case why the f***..."

Ian C

Interesting. See also this post by Mark Vernon on impending book by the Skidelskys on the Good Life:


I was seriously considering writing a parody

I gave in.

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