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Jean Vanier and an Ethics of Tenderness

Jean Vanier and an Ethics of Tenderness
3 days ago

Jean Vanier and an Ethics of Tenderness

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In 1964, after a visit to an institution in France where disabled men were kept locked up, Jean Vanier (1928-2019) gave up teaching philosophy at the University of Toronto and …
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Resisting the ‘Philosophical Policemen’
1 week ago

Resisting the ‘Philosophical Policemen’

British philosopher Alfred North Whitehead famously said that the European philosophical tradition “consists of a series of footnotes to Plato”. It is not surprising that an attack on European/Western philosophy …
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The Libidinal Economy of Singularity
2 weeks ago

The Libidinal Economy of Singularity

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Our media are more and more fascinated by the prospect of “post-humanity” opened up by a direct link between our brain and a digital machine. To remind readers, this is …
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