August 25 |
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by Ryan Bell |
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On this episode of the podcast I speak with Yale professor of comparative literature and humanities, Martin Hägglund, about his new book, This Life: Secular Faith and Spiritual Freedom.
Unlike any book I’ve ever read before, Martin weaves together a secular understanding of life that is rooted in our necessarily fragile, temporal existence, with the logical outcome of this understanding of secular life in our social and political lives. In, This Life, Hägglund argues that the social form of our life must embrace this fragility and move on to realize deeper emancipation for all.
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