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Derrida’s Interior

by The Everliving Fire, 2021 “Where am I now, in the present?” Is there not some context missing in this question? To answer it, one would ideally need to know a bit about the outside circumstances of whatever or whoever … Continue reading

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Non-Theist Ethics

By Jigme It is a common belief among theists that God is a requirement for a complete ethical system. Specifically among Abrahamists, God is seen as a requirement for goodness and therefore required for an ethical framework. Despite the wide … Continue reading

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Understanding

by Sentient Roomba In order for someone to internalize a concept they must understand it conatively. Merely understanding on a cognitive level can only take you so far, the affective must also be incorporated and fused. One may be taught … Continue reading

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Soliloquy

by Kooper Wilson: To be long-winded, utterly profuse, to draw out overly-detailed descriptions of things far beyond the limited scope of even the most eager attention, to be pedantic and give contentious disputation that stuns the listener into a daze … Continue reading

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On Strictness

By WSX: A philosopher must be strict. One duty of a philosopher is to establish boundaries: not (only) in personal conduct, but in doing analysis. To look at things as they are, things around oneself – instead of talking about … Continue reading

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