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Cinzia Arruzza’s “Remarks on Gender” reopens the a debate concerning the connection between patriarchy and capitalism. Arruzza also recently wrote a piece on the EU border security agency Frontex: “Fortress Europe and a Mediterranean Cemetery for Migrants.”

A column in the New York Times considers the last Nazi trial. Corey Robin has a long article in the Nation on the enduring significance of Arendt’s critique of radical evil (Robin thinks it has to do with Zionism).

Chiara Bottici asks why modern western philosophy moved from mythos to logos. A resultant discussion about the connection between philosophy and fiction has sprung up at the Daily Nous.

J. M. Bernstein’s presence (through quotes) on Tumblr.



And… a cocktail inspired by Seth Benardete (?!)