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Glenn Wallis

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome

Thanks for visiting my website. The site has information about three areas of my life: my public teaching project called Incite Seminars; my work in Buddhist studies and Speculative Non-Buddhism; and playing music with Ruin; In some weird way, all of these activities are connected.

 

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You can read more about my backgroud on the About Me page.

 

 

{Portrait by Elena Drozdova.}

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Newest

Winter 2017

Starting enrollment for public course "Philosophical Concepts for Thinking." Information on Incite Seminars page. Make thinking great again!

 

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Thanks to a generous donation, we have two scholarships for the seminar "Philosophical Concepts for Thinking" beginning February 15th. Visit the FAQ page.

 

New post at Speculative Non-Buddhism: "Buddhofascism:

B. Alan Wallace, For Instance."

 

"Criticism Matters: A Response to Rick Repetti," my contribution to the new book Handbook of Mindfulness: Culture, Context and Social Engagement (Basel: Springer Publishing, 2016) at Speculative Non-Buddhism.

 

Fall 2016

Ruin records He-Ho and Fiat Lux are being re-released with bonus tracks! Read about it at Earsplit. You can also pre-order directly from Southern Lord.

 

New essay by Tom Pepper, "Writing With Pencils and Eating Brownies: What Can Enlightened Brains Do?," at the SNB blog.

 

Spring 2016

I recently did two interviews with Matthew O'Connell at the Imperfect Buddha podcast.

 

A thoughtful discussion of the Speculative Non-Buddhism project at the Imperfect Buddha podcast. Link at SNB.

 

Summer 2016

* Several new posts at Lines of Flight.

* Cruel Theory | Sublime Practice is now available on Amazon US and Amazon UK. Read an informed review at the Journal of Buddhist Ethics.

 

* New interview with my Ruin band mate Cordy Swope at Seymour Magazine.

 

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