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    Those who follow obscure spiritual-cosmological speculations have for sure heard of one of the most popular topics in this domain: when three planets (usually the Earth, its moon and the ...
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    The post Lenin Navigating in Unchartered Territories appeared first on The Philosophical Salon.


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  • 05/07/17--17:00: If this is feminism…
  • The dust-up on social media over Rebecca Tuvel’s article, “In Defense of Transracialism” published in Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, has given a new meaning to the public/private split ...
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    The post If this is feminism… appeared first on The Philosophical Salon.


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  • 05/14/17--17:00: Dare to Doubt
  • In view of the current madness of the world, I have been pondering what has happened to thinking, which seems replaced by screaming, or worse. Affirmations we must endorse are ...
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    The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who remain neutral in times of moral crisis. Dante Alighieri

    The PC pundits of academia’s sacred neutrality have got it wrong ...
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    The post Not an Era for Apologetics: On Charles Murray appeared first on The Philosophical Salon.


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  • 05/28/17--17:00: Escape from Horror
  • “The horror! The horror!” Kurtz dies, uttering his last words in the presence of Marlow, the main character of Joseph Conrad’s novel Heart of Darkness. Why does Kurtz feel compelled ...
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    Now this will be a beautiful death

    -Kanye West, ‘Power’

    In Remainder (2005) by Tom McCarthy and “The Body of Michael Brown” (2015) by Kenneth Goldsmith, two works that play ...
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    The post The Perfect Beauty of Black Death appeared first on The Philosophical Salon.


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    Donald Trump’s announcement of US withdrawal from the Paris climate change treaty was far from unexpected. Both before and after being elected president, he publically and unswervingly, online and in ...
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    The post Can Democracy Save the Planet? appeared first on The Philosophical Salon.


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    Although Marx provided an unsurpassable analysis of capitalist reproduction, his mistake was that he counted on the prospect of capitalism’s final breakdown, and therefore couldn’t grasp how capitalism came out ...
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    The post Fictitious Capital and the Return of Personal Domination appeared first on The Philosophical Salon.


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  • 06/25/17--17:00: Being without a People
  • Last year, watching the news about the arrival of Syrian refugees at the island of Lesbos, a strong image remained in my heart. It was the image of an Imam ...
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    Kellyanne Conway, the advisor to President Donald Trump, must be credited for having coined a new philosophical concept: that of “alternative facts”. When confronted with the episode in which White ...
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    The post Who’s Afraid of the Postfactual? appeared first on The Philosophical Salon.


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    This year the world celebrates the bicentennial of Henry David Thoreau’s birth in Concord, Massachusetts, in 1817. Thoreau was a writer, a philosopher and one of the first naturalists to ...
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    The post Why Thoreau Is Still Alive at 200 appeared first on The Philosophical Salon.


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    Yannis Varoufakis opens his Adults in the Room with a report on how, on 16 April 2015, in a dark corner of a DC hotel bar, Larry Summers told him: ...
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    The post Elections, Popular Pressure, and Inertia appeared first on The Philosophical Salon.


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    Badly shaken by the Trump administration’s disregard for established research findings, particularly those pertaining to climate, environment and health, many US scientists have mobilized to defend science. Scientific societies as ...
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    The post Nationalism in American Science Advocacy appeared first on The Philosophical Salon.


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