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A Few Points of Philosophical Interest Learned by Watching Our Cats: Part I

A Few Points of Philosophical Interest Learned by Watching Our Cats: Part I
5 months ago

A Few Points of Philosophical Interest Learned by Watching Our Cats: Part I

Above is our cat Oliver, in a photograph made by my wife Loret. Oliver is four years old. He takes to visitors, though he can be skittish, and they take …
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Interdependence War
6 months ago

Interdependence War

Democracies civilise societies, turn enemies into adversaries, channel conflicts and neutralise violence. This does not mean that there are not deep differences and rifts in them, but only that we …
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Five Ethico-Political Fragments
6 months ago

Five Ethico-Political Fragments

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CASTRATION HERE, CASTRATION THERE, CASTRATION EVERYWHERE

Weeks ago, the Ukrainian President Zelensky addressed Russian soldiers in Russian, promising them safety and decent treatment if they were captured or surrendered to …
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Ukraine and Russia: Death Beyond Death
6 months ago

Ukraine and Russia: Death Beyond Death

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In 1920, Freud presented a new psychoanalytic understanding of humans in his work Beyond the Pleasure Principle. His approach became more pessimistic. According to his previous view, the pleasure principle …
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