Power, Love and Evil: Contribution to a Philosophy of the Damaged
by Wayne Cristaudo
(166 pages, $52.00, paperback)
reviewed byPeter J. Leithart
Power, Love, and Evil bills itself as a contribution to “philosophy,” but Wayne Cristaudo, an Australian philosopher who teaches European Studies at the University of Hong Kong, is not interested in ivory-tower speculation. With an ear to popular culture and an eye on modern politics, he investigates love and evil in a world where psychology, popular music, novels, and politics manifest a preoccupation with damage.
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