Franz Kafka – An Introduction

In his dreamlike novels and short stories the Czech writer Franz Kafka (1883-1924) captured the alienation that accompanies the modern while also addressing the existential questions of life

Freedom – Wonderful, Terrifying Freedom

Normally we think of freedom as something unequivocally good but awareness of our freedom also reminds us of our ultimate responsibility for ourselves and our life. And that realisation is riveted to dread.