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About Christopher Thomas

Christopher Thomas is a Lecturer in Philosophy at Manchester Metropolitan University. He has research interests in the philosophy of Benedict Spinoza and Simone Weil, with his most recent articles including ‘On Religious and Cultural Objects: Articulate and Inarticulate Bodies in Spinoza’s Philosophy of Nature’ in European Journal of Philosophy, and ‘Simone Weil: The Ethics of Affliction and the Aesthetics of Attention’, in International Journal of Philosophical Studies.
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“Silence Is Violence”: Simone Weil on the Impossible Demands of Justice
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“Silence Is Violence”: Simone Weil on the Impossible Demands of Justice

“All true good carries with it conditions which are contradictory and as a consequence is impossible. He who keeps his attention really fixed on this impossibility and acts will do …
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