Dec 17, 2021
G. K. Chesterton wrote that, “if disease is beautiful, it is generally someone else's disease. A blind man may be picturesque, but it requires two eyes to see the picture. And similarly even the wildest poetry of insanity can only be enjoyed by the sane.” How do we measure sanity in an insane world? And why should we care? On this episode of Red Letter Philosophy, we explore a philosophy of sanity.