Anthony Curtis Adler is professor of German and Comparative Literature at Yonsei University's Underwood International College, where he teaches courses on German Idealism, contemporary continental philosophy, and literary theory. In addition to articles published in such journals as Diacritics, Continental Philosophy Review, Angelaki, and Cultural Critique, he is the author of several books: Celebricities: Media Culture and the Phenomenology of Gadget Commodity Life (Fordham, 2016), The Afterlife of Genre: Remnants of the Trauerspiel in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Punctum, 2014), and a translation with an interpretive essay of Fichte's Closed Commercial State (SUNY, 2014). His most recent book, Politics and Truth in Hölderlin: “Hyperion” and the Choreographic Project of Modernity, will be published this coming spring by Camden House.
Stonewalling Philosophy: Envisioning Silence in an Age of Noise
On Mark C. Taylor’s “Seeing Silence,” recently released by University of Chicago Press....