SHESTOV: A Detailed Biography

Lev Shestov Studies Society - University of Glasgow 1866‌Lev Isaakovich Schwarzmann (alias Lev Shestov) was born in Kiev on the 31st January (or the 13th February according to the old Russian calendar), the first son of a respected Jewish family. The father, Isaak Moiseevich Schwarzmann came from a modest background, but he established and ran… Continue lendo SHESTOV: A Detailed Biography

“Translation and Trajectories: On Benjamin Fondane and Restoring the Writer’s Voice” – Andrew RUBENS

eSharp, University of Glasgow, no. 21, 2013 ("Silenced voices") Un jour viendra, c’est sûr, de la soif apaisée,nous serons au-delà du souvenir, la mortaura parachevé les travaux de la haine,je serai un bouquet d’orties sous vos pieds,– alors, eh bien, sachez que j’avais un visagecomme vous. Une bouche qui priait, comme vous.Préface en prose, from… Continue lendo “Translation and Trajectories: On Benjamin Fondane and Restoring the Writer’s Voice” – Andrew RUBENS

“Cur Deus homo: the irrational residuum of being” (Ramona Fotiade)

Dr Ramona Fotiade (University of Glasgow) speaking at the conference on Faith and the Search for Certitude: Religious, Phenomenological and Existential Perspectives -- Cur Deus homo: The Irrational Residuum of Being (Reflexions on Jean-Luc Marion and Leon Chestov), March 2012. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPOt9yYfkMI