The Confederate flag was, and remains to some people, a symbol of racism. But it is also more than that, and also the opposite of that.
The themes of immortality and inspiration in Percy Bysshe Shelley’s “Ode to the West Wind”.
The politics of feeling as the standard for participation in power is a false democracy.
One reason the Charlie Hebdo attacks get unanimous coverage while other brutalities go unnoticed.
Aristotelian logic is to Western thinking what slavery is to the United States: a founding contradiction and mistake.
Narrating the past and envisioning the future through my decision to travel to Istanbul.
Some thoughts on Oscar Widle’s essay on the promise of socialism.