“Albert Camus’s The Plague has justifiably become a bestseller this year. Camus is startlingly perceptive about the psychology of those in lockdown, and the ways in which different people cope with the fear of contagion. Previously most of us were told to read this novel as an oblique commentary on the Nazi Occupation. Now we can appreciate it at a literal level too.” Read more...
Summer Reading 2020: Philosophy Books