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TheFelinePhilosopher Apr 17
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Coach Kavanagh Apr 14
Hoes be like "hoes be like..." but they be the hoes that be like
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De Gruyter Classics Apr 17
Good news for those of you interested in ancient ! >Elenchos. Journal of Studies on Ancient Thought< is now part of our family - please enjoy the first issue (for free!) here:
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Emily Thomas 13h
Courtesy of one of my students...
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Stefano Nicoletti 2h
Following 's argument, I will present an unpopular thesis regarding artificial intelligence: does not exist and we are far from the so called . Tomorrow, near Milan. . .
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Oxford Philosophy 11m
Was Martin Heidegger the greatest philosopher of the 20th century or the worst person of all time?
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Philosophy Bits Apr 18
“Art is the proper task of life.” – Friedrich Nietzsche, Notebooks, 1888
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Iris Murdoch 12h
Eros may be wilful, but he is also said to be ingenious, & there are very many ways in which love between persons can exist & endure. -Metaphysics as a Guide to Morals
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Arnemancy Apr 17
What is a good intro to Plato and Aristotle for the non-philosopher?
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Oxford Philosophy 4h
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Philosophy Bits Apr 15
“The place to improve the world is first in one’s own heart and head and hands, and then work outward from there.” – Robert M. Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
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Philosophy Bits Apr 18
“It is, indeed, a broad rule that the passionateness of a belief is inversely proportional to the evidence in its favour.” — Bertrand Russell, “When Is an Opinion Rational?”, The Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell, vol 11
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Mr Nemo Apr 18
The Rational Human Condition 4, Kantian Ethics and Human Existence: A Study in Moral Philosophy–Section 2.4, Policy of Truth: The Murderer-at-the-Door Revisited, and Section 2.5, Conclusion.
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Philosophy Bits Apr 18
“I ask myself only: can you also will that your maxim become a universal law?” — Immanuel Kant, Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals
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Emily Thomas Apr 11
Delighted to say I have finally set eyes on new book! It's mostly about in early modern , although also bits on apocalypse and mountains. Many thanks to and everyone else who helped along the way.
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Dimple ©™ Apr 18
Best things in life are free If you choose to see Life itself is The most luxurious gift.. 🌼 🌼
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Roger Dubar Apr 19
What's the name of the logical fallacy which argues that all problems would be solved & ambiguities resolved if only everyone followed the ideology of the speaker to their satisfaction?
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Mr Nemo Apr 16
Forgetting the Lessons of History: The Fate of Philosophy in the 20th Century.
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merlin_wonders 3h
If you think for one second that this page is all about cat “thing” , you are wrong. I am a pretext, a precision tool dedicated to focus. I am a cat, I am an idea, and as someone wrote it :“Beneath this mask there is an idea... and ideas are bulletproof.”
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Prof Dr Emmy van Deurzen Apr 16
Some great workshops at the existential academy this spring and mine on the Art of Living is coming up on 4th of May. Some places remaining.
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