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Jeremy Brunger

Jeremy Brunger, originally from Tennessee, is a writer attending a graduate program at the University of Chicago. His interests trend toward the Marxian: how capital transforms us, abuses us, mocks us. His writing on philosophy and politics has been featured on Truthout, The Hampton Institute, and 3 AM Magazine and his poetry has appeared in the Chiron Review and Sibling Rivalry Press. He can be contacted at jbrunger@uchicago.edu.

Essays

The Administered World of Theodor Adorno

Public Opinions–Private Laziness: The Epistemological Break in Nietzsche

A Nobel Prize and a Glock: Essay on Neoliberalism and Chicago

Reviews

The Slow Southern Minute: Courting the Dead of Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman