A Lump of Bowels, a Piece of Gut

In everyday life, a certain balance in the ambiguous experience of the body as a subject as well as an object has to be continuously upheld. This balance reveals itself in our both having and being a body. Or, in other words; the body that we have as an object, is at the same time something that we are as a subject. However, Tereza experiences...

A Lump of Bowels, a Piece of Gut2020-07-04T11:15:37+00:00

The Corona Crisis and Our Personal Situation

Freedom and health are fundamental moral values. But there are other, equally important ones. In the course of history many people gave their lives for the value of equality and the idea of a just society and were willing to risk the lives of other people in their pursuit for attaining it. Can we blame them for taking such risks?

The Corona Crisis and Our Personal Situation2020-07-04T11:16:23+00:00

Must Do Better? Some Thoughts about Progress in Philosophy

When compared to scientific progress as well as other kinds of inquiry, the nature of philosophical progress is different because of a lacking structural methodological process. Williamson argues that in order to make philosophical progress, we should make clear our philosophical intuitions by adopting a methodology that largely depends on mathematics, β€œone that prizes clarity, rigor, and open-eyed reflection on the sorts of constraints – including logical constraints – that should be held to fix the contours of the debate.”

Must Do Better? Some Thoughts about Progress in Philosophy2020-06-19T07:30:12+00:00
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