From time to time I want to draw attention to one or another book or publication of
THE CASE AGAINST NOAM CHOMSKY -
I announce my new books The Case Against Noam Chomsky and Mental Processing (May 2010). These are volume one and two of the series A
Biological Philosophy and are published together in one cover. The books are about philosophy, cognitive psychology, and linguistics.
Franz Kafka: "The Trial"
Franz Kafka: "The Castle"
Roberto Calasso: "K."
I am very much influenced by Franz Kafka. I consider that I have to a great extent interpreted the same feelings that Kafka wrote about. Kafka is timeless. Kafka can be read anytime by anybody. In the same way that we can look at a piece of art many times over again, we can also read Kafka’s book again and again. – As a good aid to understanding Kafka, and also as a book on its own right, I recommend Roberto Calasso’s book on Kafka: K.
For me the timeless symbolic language of Kafka expresses the same thoughts that I interpret in my book Expressions and Interpretations.
Kafka and the law
by Anna Politkovskaya
My conclusion of reading the book is that the journalist
was raised to unexpected heights by certain dark forces,
who made use of her as a propaganda tool in order to fight
the democratization and prosperity of the Russian middle
class trying to build a new state. There was a time she
served their needs as a living author, but then came the
time when they saw her more useful as dead.
Anna Politkovskaya - Twilight_of_an_Idol