Some Comments on David Krell’s Black Notebooks Review

Peter Gratton comments on Krell’s review I posted yesterday.

PHILOSOPHY IN A TIME OF ERROR

Thanks to Stuart Elden and Marie-Eve Morin for simultaneously sending me along the Research in Phenomenologyreview (my library for some odd reason–an odd reason [making sure that libraries get the print version?] shared by previously libraries for my universities–embargoes RIP for a year online). As Stuart Elden noted, it is the best of reviews out there on the Black Notebooks and indeed a good piece of writing in itself. (Writing an insightful review of a short book is one thing; writing one on volumes taking thousands of pages that has already been the subject of quite a few polemics is another. I’ve barely had the energy–who wants to think alongside that?–to look through those volume’s pages stacked in the corner of my office, let alone the energy to make sense of them to any audience.) Krell’s review is often repetitive but his point is that this matches…

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