When Jean-Paul Sartre Cured Existential Angst with a Jazz Record
Philosophers can be incisive storytellers—and have been since the earliest days of the discipline. The most memorable passages in Plato’s Republic deal with his allegory of the cave, which cleverly takes the most abstract part of his philosophy—unavoidably abstract because our philosopher is trying to explain the specifics of the Platoni…
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