Wednesday, February 14, 2007
(1:04 AM) | Amish Lovelock:
Going to Britain again next month impells me to say the following. The best two things about the increasingly ultra-professionalized, Research whatever-you-call-it Exercised British academy are (1) Paul Gilroy's appointment to LSE, and (2) the young and fiesty continental philosophy departments. They should really get together and do something special. The only time I think there has ever been contact between these two polarities though is in the form of a, slightly reserved, book jacket recommendation. People! Acquire a capacity to read the symptoms plaguing your academy; those symptoms inhibiting acts of solidarity; act! and enter the space of possibilities opened thereby!