One can find rationalistic, empirical, and revelational aspects in John Locke’s thinking--but that doesn’t make him incoherent.
Published in May, just as fatigue from COVID-19 had about reached its peak, Zena Hitz’s Lost in Thought was a welcome invitation for readers to reconsider the pleasures of the intellectual life.
We asked three authors to offer their thoughts on Hitz’s work:
by Jennifer A. Frey
by Paul Seaton
by Jessica Hooten Wilson