Jeremy Nathan Marks and James Shelley discuss ‘The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-events in America’ by Daniel Boorstin.
In this episode, Jeremy Nathan Marks and I discuss reading The Colonizer and the Colonized by Albert Memmi for our book club.
In this conversation, Jeremy Nathan Marks and I discuss his new endeavour to crowd-source a pamphlet — and a broader dialogue — about the nature of peace.
Whose version of the past counts? Do the residents of Utopia have a history? What makes time invisible?
The past, it seems, does not exist anymore. It is inaccessible and unalterable. Once the egg is scrambled and fried, it can no longer be reshaped and reconstructed into its oval shell. As far as human perception goes, the arrow of time goes decidedly in only one direction.