In episode 43 of the Digital Dialogue, I am joined by Ryan Drake, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Fairfield University and graduate of the Pennsylvania State University’s Department of Philosophy.
Today, however, he joins me to talk about his own work, and specifically on a paper he has written called: The Death of Painting (After Plato) which will soon appear in Research in Phenomenology. This paper begins with reference to the work of Aleksandr Rodchenko entitled Pure Red Color, Pure Blue Color, Pure Yellow Color, 1921. Here is a link to information about the painting from MoMa.
Ryan’s work focuses on aesthetics, politics, ancient philosophy, critical theory, hermeneutics and 19th and 20th century continental philosophy.