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Omnibus #43

podcast icon Posted Wednesday, April 09, 2008. Total length: 25:50

Dr. Isaac Rosler, Associate Professor of Foreign Languages, discusses his book Eros Revisited: Love for the Indeterminate Other published by Lexington Books in 2007. Drawing on the works of Heidegger, Derrida, and others, Dr. Rosler explores the enigma of Eros, friendship, and desire that cannot be categorized as either heterosexual or homosexual. His work touches upon many fields, including gender studies, philosophy, psychology, culture studies, and literary theory.
"If we don't start thinking with a new language we are not going to have a new world..."
Dr. Isaac Rosler

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