No. 1 Thoughts One Can't Do Without: With
In this essay, Samuel Wells meditates on the paradox of contemporary life: we are more connected than ever– so why are we lonely? Drawing on secular and theological thinkers, from Iris Murdoch to Augustine of Hippo, he proposes a vision for being with one another that contrasts with working for, working with or being for each other. With is a short and powerful essay exploring issues which have recurred in the work of contemporary thinkers on community such as Jean-Luc Nancy, Roberto Esposito, and Giorgio Agamben.
Published by Juxta Press, 44 pgs, 20 × 15 cm, Softcover, 2021, 978-88-944972-2-9