PITTSBURGH — Michael Young leans forward in his chair and makes direct eye contact as he speaks, not showing any sign of uneasiness at the somber line of questioning. You can tell this is a topic he thinks
The existentialists asked the essential questions – and still have much to offer us today. So don your turtleneck and make like Sartre and De Beauvoir I was a teenage existentialist. I became one at 16
Jorge Luis Borges. Photographer unknown. This interview was conducted in July 1966, in conversations I held with Borges at his office in the Biblioteca Nacional, of which he is the director. The room,
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