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It was rough and he bailed before completing the last two segments. You'd be welcome to join us Saturday afternoon to complete the show and discuss the topic further on ATP if you're interested. We'll be starting at 1:00pm MST.Looks like you recorded the interview yesterday. I'll be sure to listen to it.
Thanks, but again I'm seeing this hours after you posted it. What happened that led Russo to bail?It was rough and he bailed before completing the last two segments. You'd be welcome to join us Saturday afternoon to complete the show and discuss the topic further on ATP if you're interested. We'll be starting at 1:00pm MST.
No Problem. I think you two would have gotten along well.Thanks, but again I'm seeing this hours after you posted it.
He said he wasn't properly informed about the length of the interview, but he also seemed miffed at the style of the interview, so he wouldn't come back to finish it later. We talk about that at the end of the show and in the ATP. I also touched on it in the QB thread. basically Grosso was expecting the interview to be less of a discussion about the subject matter and more of a promotion for him and his books. So I imagine there will be a split of opinion between those who blame it on the style of the interview, and those who prefer a discussion that requires a little critical thinking about the subject matter.What happened that led Russo to bail?
I wish the one on Merleau-Ponty wasn't on a pay site. it's probably interesting. Or are they essentially the same thing?
As I recall only the first two pages or the abstract were available at academia.edu, from which I followed the link to the whole paper at Springer. It may be that we can request that the author put the whole paper up at academia.edu. I'll look into that. In the meantime, it's possible at less cost than at Springer to order a print-out of the article through interlibrary loan available at most sizeable libraries and at all academic libraries.I wish the one on Merleau-Ponty wasn't on a pay site. it's probably interesting. Or are they essentially the same thing?
Here is a search page returning links to citations of Richard Lanigan posted in this forum:If the searchable archives of this forum are fully operational, you can probably access earlier discussions of MP's theory of language as originarily open-ended expression in citations I posted to works by Richard Lanigan.