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Links #1

Sep 10 2019
The New York Times interviews Ram Dass, author of the 1971 pop-eastern-philosophy classic Be Here Now about the ego, the soul, death, and related matters. 

In Prospect Magazine, Ray Monk, a philosopher and Wittgenstein’s biographer, argues that the landscape of modern philosophy might be quite different had it not been for the premature death of the philosopher R.G. Collingwood in 1943—a death that left hyper-materialist Gilbert Ryle with unrivalled power within British philosophy.