Tag: Tim Wise
Can we all secretly agree that they’re all secretly conspiring to publicly drive us all insane?
With so few of us agreeing on anything — and with some of us so conflicted that half the time, we don’t even agree with ourselves (more…)
Editor’s Note: This interview was recently conducted by e-mail between Alan Smithee and Gilad Atzmon. Atzmon’s latest book, Being in Time: A Post-Political Manifesto, is being released tomorrow (May 24).
In your work, who do you consider yourself to be speaking to? If you don’t have a specific audience in mind, then my question is: if only one group of people could hear your message, who would you choose, and what would you have them do about it? (more…)
The most terrifying thing about the career of Tim Wise is its lack of controversiality. It’s one thing to have people like Wise presenting controversial perspectives to the public. It’s a whole other thing entirely to have the arbiters of public opinion holding up Tim Wise as someone to be consulted as an indisputable expert.
In the very first sentence of Tim Wise’s own About page, he presents himself not as a political activist, but as an “educator.” (more…)
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