Anthrodecentrism – the genesis and meaning of a word

I'm not one to claim ownership over my language. I have not yet succeeded in working off my debt to the language with which I speak. I still owe it everything. I suspect I will always owe it everything. Words exist in an ecology of knowledge, a gossipy network of promiscuous and often comedic-tragic ties. Words [...]

“Logic of Imagination: The Expanse of the Elemental” by John Sallis

I just finished John Sallis' latest book: It was my first experience of his writing, which was lucid and even rose to imaginal and inspired heights in places. I haven't read continental phenomenology in a while, though thinkers like Husserl, Heidegger, and Merleau-Ponty definitely shaped my entry into academic philosophy as an undergraduate. What I [...]