Thursday, July 06, 2006


Thanks to Andrew Sullivan for the link on the Chomsky v. Foucault post. Judging by the traffic I've been getting, lots of people seem interested in watching their debate. I've also gotten some great comments. For instance, this one by D. Stephen Heersink. We even got one by a Foucault acolyte. Finally, Tom Van Dyke manages to state in two pithy plain English sentences what took Leo Strauss, Allan Bloom et al. countless books in abstruse prose, "beating around the bush" to say: "The problem with Nietzsche is that he's always right. And that leaves us...nowhere."

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