Monthly Archives: October 2014

I Wanted Something Sharp – An Interview With Kate Wyer

Kate Wyer’s Pushcart-nominated story, “Radio Ferry, Tern Mouth,” appears in Unsaid 7. UNSAID: Your story has the sense of expectancy I associate with Beckett, yet you don’t seem to share his utter bleakness of vision. In place of Beckett’s terminal … Continue reading

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1929: Summit as Hiatus – “The Unthinkable, The Unsaid, and The Unsayable”

“In Rosenzweig and Heidegger, Gordon concludes with a reading of the 1929 debate between Heidegger (whose existentialist philosophy greatly influenced modern interpretations of Gnosticism as Anti-Humanism) and Cassirer (whose philosophical reading of historical texts might be viewed as the last … Continue reading

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