I, personally, would characterize John Stuart Mill as the consummate intellect without a soul.
Camus’ L’Étranger doesn’t have the same nuances in English as it does in the original.
I wonder how Schröndinger’s cat can simultaneously be both dead and alive.
Submitted by: Alan Epstein.
Does Seneca’s Genius-Madness dichotomy still apply in the contemporary world?
Wittgenstein’s Tractus over-emphasizes the role of language, doesn’t it?