Ross Wilson

Ross Wilson is associate professor in Criticism at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Emmanuel College. He is the author of Shelley and the Apprehension of Life (Cambridge University Press, 2013) and Theodor Adorno (Routledge, 2007). His essays on poetry, criticism, and aesthetics have appeared in the Times Literary SupplementFrieze, the New StatesmanNew Literary History, and elsewhere. He is currently completing a project on the forms of literary critical writing from 1750.


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Descartes’s Evil Genius

Andrea Gadberry considers both the poetic influences on Descartes and the Cartesian influences on poetry....

Descartes’s Evil Genius
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