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Brian Bilston Nov 21
Here’s a new poem for . It’s called ‘Lost in Thought’.
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European Commission 🇪🇺 Nov 21
It’s ! One of the goals of this UN Day is to stress the importance of philosophy and its critical use in the choices arising for many societies from the effects of globalization or entry into modernity. See thoughts about technology & humans 🤖👩‍💼 ↓
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EP Interpreters Nov 21
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Canada Nov 21
“There are no passengers on spaceship earth. We are all crew.” ― Marshall McLuhan, Canadian professor, communication theorist and philosopher.
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Israel ישראל Nov 21
is a day to celebrate the concepts developed by some of humanity's brightest minds over the generations, deeply influencing humankind ever since. These three Jewish philosophers have changed the way we see & relate to the 🌍. Here's how:
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Vasiliki  Siouti Nov 21
This is the surrounding area of Plato's Academy. Here is where Plato taught. Here was Greek philosophy and Western culture born. This is the way that modern Greeks take care of this area of world cultural and historical heritage.
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UN Women Nov 21
Happy ! Let's celebrate equal opportunities to share critical thinking and access to education from one of the earliest women philosophers, Hypatia of Alexandria: C 370-415 AD
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Will Black Nov 21
My first philosophy lecture covered a man who slept in a barrel in a market square and would get out from time to time to pee on the shoppers I image he looked like one of these miscreants
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Ancient History Encyclopedia Nov 21
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Andy West Nov 21
I've been lucky enough to teach philosophy in several prisons over the last few years. It's made me rethink questions about time, identity, laughter, desire, manhood and almost every other subject. Have a great everyone.
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Emily Thomas Nov 21
It's ! To celebrate, I've written an article about three women philosophers you've (almost certainly) never heard of...
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Project Vox Nov 21
Happy ! As we celebrate the history of philosophy, remember the remarkable contributions of women throughout history! Our current wisdom owes much to those who broke ground for pursuit of truth...
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Flo Bacus Nov 21
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Salma Fikry Nov 21
what’s wrong with us humans?
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UN Women Nov 21
The fight for women’s rights has been a long journey. On , learn from Mary Wollstonecraft, an English social philosopher and pioneering advocate of women’s rights in the 1700s.
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Gerald Butts 🇨🇦🖐🧼🤚 Nov 20
“There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn't true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.” Soren Kierkegaard Happy from Copenhagen.
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The Folio Society Nov 21
Today is ! Political theory, young adult fiction, philosophical treaties from the ancient to the modern era and more are included in Folio’s collection of beautiful philosophy books. Is there an edition you'd love to see added?
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European Commission 🇪🇺 Nov 21
We cherish Europe’s philosophers and thinkers. You can also become one, perhaps thanks to our Erasmus Mundus programme for joint Master Degrees! More here →
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Albert Camus Nov 21
Happy to beautiful philosophers only
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Bibliophilia Nov 21
"The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing." 📖Socrates. 🎨The Simpsons & Philosophy: Marx, Kant, Socrates, Wittgenstein, Barthes, Sartre, Nietzsche & Foucault.
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