Surviving the Twenty-First Century (the book)

Parenting, Corporate Thievery, Aging, Technology, Ideals – one might easily feel overwhelmed. With a unique approach to the personal, the political and the intellectual, William Eaton’s essays keep asking: “How might we live?” Excerpts from Amazon 5-star reviews: “William Eaton thoughtfully and gracefully examines his experiences as father, wage earner, consumer, citizen, dreamer, ethicist. (Spoiler…

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From photos/artworks

A very few of the drawings and paintings that William Eaton has been working on. These drawings and others can be purchased from the artist using the contact form below. Many more images are visible at Montaigbakhtinian.com. After Picasso, Portrait of Marie-Thérèse Walter, 1936 After Man Ray (Emmanuel Radnitzky) Untitled 1927, in the collection of…

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Cut-outs

Inspired by Matisse of course. But also exploring, exploring . . . These and other works can be purchased from the artist using the contact form below. Many more images are visible at Montaigbakhtinian.com.    

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Art, Sex, Politics

In a provocative collection of essays, William Eaton, the author of Surviving the Twenty-First Century, shares the pleasures of questions, tastes, reading and more visual arts. That we are animals, that is as sure as ever. How savagely we behave toward one another and toward other species and inorganic others. How we rub affectionately up…

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Sample from “Sick”

A parent has a great, if not entirely fulfillable responsibility to prepare his child to survive as well as possible in the social, professional, commercial and psychological jungles in which the child will find herself. And learning must be done step-by-step. Even if a child is ready intellectually to understand a complex moral argument, if…

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