"So much the worse for logic"
I'm working on paper for 20th Century Continental Philosophy (due Monday, Oct. 6) arguing that rationality--that attempt at a purely logical life, that analytic understanding of things we experience--must be rejected along with the resuling isolated, functionless abstraction of a world if we are to maintain our humanity.
Behind me on this mini-project are Dostoevsky's Underground Man, Hesse's Steppenwolfe, the early Heidegger (and, to be bloody vauge about the whole thing, modern man as he burrows out of his frustrated fix).
The original product will be here in mere days.
And yeah I did give it away.