An Anthology of Philosophical Horrors
Join Adam Ferner for an evening of existential horror as he reads extracts from A.M. Moskovitz’s collection Notes from the Crawl Room. Discovered after Moskovitz’s disappearance from academia, these short stories focus on the psychic dimensions of discursive and institutional violence, and the corrupting influence of analytic philosophy. [Warning: some attendees may find the content of the reading disturbing].
Adam Ferner is a freelance writer, editor and educator, whose books include: Organisms and Personal Identity (2015), Think Differently (2016), Philosophy: Crash Course (with Zara Bain and Nadia Mehdi, 2018), How to Disagree (with Darren Chetty, 2018), and The Philosophers’ Library (with Chris Meyns, forthcoming). adamferner.com