By Anthony O’Hear

In The Landscape of Humanity, O’Hear is at his best as critic. His examination of individual artworks is perceptive and his analysis of Popper’s “open society” will surely be met with interest by Popper fans. I was particularly appreciative of his criticism of a currently prevailing way of approaching and presenting classical works to modern readers and audiences in “To Swim with Strong Strokes in the Lake of Antique Poetry”.

Ásta Kristjana SveinsdóttirNotre Dame Philosophical Reviews