Plutarch's Table

Le Volpi e l’Uva | September 21, 2010

This was taken in Florence, at my favourite enoteca called “Le Volpi e l’Uva” (Foxes and Grapes).  I had my first taste here of a truly great Italian Gewurztraminer, and remembered for the first time since those miserable years in grad school that the really valuable philosophy is done by those who are able to find life enjoyable.


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My name is Joanna Polley. I am a writer and a philosopher experimenting with ways of practicing and teaching philosophy outside of the university environment. I completed my PhD at the University of Toronto and have taught for several years in the departments of philosophy and literary studies, and am currently exploring ways to bring philosophy out of the ivory tower and into the wider public sphere. My specific research interests have been in the history of philosophy, philosophy of language and culture and the philosophy of literature, but I am interested in any philosophy that helps illuminate contemporary problems and deepens our experience of being alive. You can also visit me at for information about my philosophical therapy services.







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