What the Snorgh Taught me about Emmanuel Levinas
I’m very pleased to have received this morning two copies of the Spring Issue of Interdisciplinary Humanities journal, which includes my essay on “What the Snorgh Taught me about Emmanuel Levinas”.
“Philosophers are often more like Snorghs than they are like Sailors, which is to say that they generally prefer solitude, their own soup, routine, gloom and drizzle to high adventure, storytelling, good cheer, and companionship…”
The paper is available via EBSCO’s Academic Search Premier. If anybody who doesn’t have access to EBSCO wants a draft copy, get in touch and I’ll send one.