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Category Archives: Philosophy
Don’t worry, I don’t expect anyone to read this. But for the record and maybe for future reference of some other students working on the same subject, here is my dissertation with a critical look on the political philosophy of … Continue reading
When I was a child, I used to run outside and play when it was stormy and rainy. I loved thunderstorms and fierce winds. The worse, the better. Later, as a young adult, when it stormed and rained, I was … Continue reading
I receive a lot of questions through my blog and by e-mail, most of them about law. Some of them are interesting, some of them are funny, others are incomprehensible. The worst ones are those by people who believe that … Continue reading
There are many rumours about what makes us old or what keeps us young. After months of scientifically studying the subject, I have come up with the ultimate list of things which don’t affect ageing and those that do. Things … Continue reading
If you can read this you are alive, you are awake, you are not blind and you have some command of the English language. You also have access to some electronic gadget and the internet, which means you are not … Continue reading
I don’t receive many presents. But then I give presents even less. Maybe it’s better that way. Receiving or giving presents can be a sad occasion. I remember the times when I was browsing book stores for hours, pondering what … Continue reading
One of the most important concepts in moral philosophy is the categorical imperative by Immanuel Kant. Its first formulation reads “Act only according to that maxim whereby you can at the same time will that it should become a universal … Continue reading
In my house, The Life of Pie is “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short”, as Thomas Hobbes would have put it. Well, this was definitely better than the film which had no pie in it at all.
I just read this: A new CNN/Time … Poll indicates four in ten Americans say they are willing to give up some civil liberties to fight terrorism. Only 38% favor expanding government monitoring of e-mail and cell phones. While this … Continue reading