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It May Not Be Absolutely Good, But It's Pretty Darn Neat

Philosophers disagree (as usual) on whether there is anything in the world that is absolutely good. By that, I mean “good, period” or “just plain good” or “not good for any reason other than its very nature”.  516 more words


A Materialist Critique of Cosmopolitanism: Part Six

Pogge correctly states that ‘democracy may take many forms’49 and Caney argues a most important point, that ‘it is of vital importance to explore traditions of thought other than those prevalent in the west.’ 813 more words


Schelling and Nietzsche Respond to Kant: Part Three

Schelling and Nietzsche both made excellent criticisms of Kant. Schelling who wrote that to philosophise, one cannot neglect the issue of matter,1 that matter is the foundation of all experience2 also wrote… 543 more words


Why Kant Would Love Blogs

This semester I read Immanuel Kant for the first time, and boy was that fun.  It wasn’t Critique of Pure Reason or anything, I’ve heard many people groan and complain trying to untangle the information from that happy little book.  1,056 more words


Metaphysics is a dark ocean without shores or lighthouse, strewn with many a philosophic wreck. – Immanuel Kant


From NPR: "...Albert Einstein...believed in a need to abolish international borders."

What The World Needs Now Is A New Enlightenment

by Marcelo Gleiser

July 16, 2014 4:55 PM ET

Our planet is unique. When are we going to recognize and celebrate this fact? 781 more words

Thought for today june 16th 2014

May you live your life
as if the maxim of your actions were to become universal law.

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Krasi St M