Tag: Nicholas Romanos


Aphorism and Anti-Aphorism: Language and Aesthetics      


Aphorism and Anti-Aphorism: Language and Aesthetics Nicholas Romanos   Abstract Karl Kraus, the great Viennese satirist, poet, and aphorist, is still little read in the Anglophone world. This article argues that Kraus’ innovative ideas about aesthetics and language, generated in response to the problems of modernity, are of great interest to the contemporary philosopher of […]


Revolution and Aesthetics


Revolution and Aesthetics Nicholas Romanos   One of the revolutionary movements with the highest profile today operates not so much on a political level, as has been common in the past, as on a planetary one. “Extinction Rebellion,” as this environmental protest group calls itself, has a uniquely striking and consistently applied aesthetic, from the […]