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At work, I had been caught up in a philosopher’s experiment by the placement of a malfunctioning clock on the wall. While off, it still managed to show the right time twice per day, and my clockwatching habits led me on at least one occasion to pronounce, unjustifiably though truthfully, the correct hour before my students. 23 more words


Antinomies of Temporal and Corporeal Affect: Interrogating Jamesonian Realism in Julian Barnes's 'The Sense of an Ending'

Arka Chattopadhyay
University of West Sydney


‘History is that certainty produced at the point where the imperfections of memory meet the inadequacies of documentation’ (Barnes, 2011, p.17). 8,512 more words


Time as Distension: Augustine, Plotinus, & T.S. Eliot's Four Quartets

A paper delivered at the IPS Fall Colloquium (2013):

Augustine’s influence on the Four Quartets is a well-plowed field of criticism. Many scholars agree that an Augustinian view of time permeates the poetry. 2,412 more words

Iona reblogged this on Becoming Vision and commented:

A fascinating examination of Plotinus' influence, via Augustine, on Eliot's Four Quartets (which also happens to be my most favourite poem).

ten post docs (!) on temporality 

ht Su Oman. Wish I could apply for this. Shared in the hope others can.

ERRANS, in Time
ICI Fellowships for 2016-18

The ICI Berlin announces ten post-doctoral fellowships for the Academic Years 2016-18…

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Time and Temporality in Medieval and Early Modern Art (May 18 - 19, 2016, The Open University of Israel, Raanana)

Call for Papers deadline: Dec 31, 2015

IMAGO – The Israeli Association for Visual Culture of the Middle Ages,
and the Department of Literature, Language and Arts, The Open… 485 more words

Call For Papers

the emergency as a tool of labour discipline 

From The Boy Kings, by Katherine Losse, pg 191. It’s interesting to compare accounts of working life in social media companies to those of early tech giants like Microsoft. 211 more words

The Intensification Of Work

Many middles.

We are always between beginnings and endings, both at the beginning and in the end.