The eclectic relationship between Jean-Paul Satre and Simone de Beauvoir was too good to be true. Or was it?
Philosopher Elizabeth V. Spelman on the surprising relation between us and the things we throw away.
About the magic of a fleeting, daily moment.
The famous curator’s schedule barely allows for sleep. But his job requires it.
A talk about fighting the internal clock – and embracing it.
There’s a feeling that swells up your veins and chokes your senses, an internal tornado that blitzes out all thought. That’s the awareness of your own mortality.