Ineffability and its Metaphysics: The Unspeakable in Art, Religion, and Philosophy.
(New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016) (Get!)
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- ‘Are You An Illusion?’. (2019) Podcast episode for the Institute of Art and Idea’s podcast Philosophy for our Times. Recording of a panel debate with Saul Kripke, Hilary Lawson, Paul Boghossian, and Silvia Jonas at the HowtheLightGetsIn Festival at Hay-on-Wye. – Listen!
- ‘The Mathematics of Thought: How has mathematics changed philosophy?’ Talk given at the HowtheLightGetsIn Festival at Hay-on-Wye in May 2019. Broadcast by iai.tv. – Watch!
- ‘Are You An Illusion?’. (2019) Podcast episode for the Institute of Art and Idea’s podcast Philosophy for our Times. Recording of a panel debate with Julian Baggini, Silvia Jonas, Joanna Kavenna, Hilary Lawson, and Jan Westerhoff at the HowtheLightGetsIn Festival at Hay-on-Wye. – Listen!
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- Interview with the Templeton Foundation on the topic “God, Science, and Ineffable Knowledge” (2017) – Watch!
- Podcast of an interview with Carrie Figdor of NewBooksinPhilosophy.com about my monograph “Ineffability and its Metaphysics – The Unspeakable in Art, Religion, and Philosophy” (2016) – Listen!
- Book launch and panel discussion of my monograph “Ineffability and its Metaphysics – The Unspeakable in Art, Religion, and Philosophy”, with an introduction by Gabriel Motzkin and a comment by Olla Solomyak (Van Leer Institute, 2016) – Watch!