Our theme is limits. And we are gathered here at this limit of Europe, close the to sea: the limitless, the boundless.
And we face all sorts of limits. 198 more words
Danielle Mari A. Quico
Where Wallace stresses the idea of awareness of what is real and essential, and where Critchley suggests that the philosopher dives into thoughts of the otherworldly, what comes to my mind and remains to interest is the idea of time, this conceived human concept that (partly) measures and locates existence in the world, that which is both real and otherworldly, that which deviates and returns to essence in any given moment. 287 more words