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“The point is… to live one’s life in the full complexity of what one is, which is something much darker, more contradictory, more of a maelstrom of impulses and passions, of cruelty, ecstasy, and madness, than is apparent to the civilized being who glides on the surface and fits smoothly into the world.”
― Thomas Nagel
Felsefe Tartışmaları’ndaki 1990 yılı yayımlı makalesinde, okuyucuları mutluluk üzerine felsefi bir sohbete davet eden İlham Dilman hepimizin bildiği şeylerden bahsedeceğini ve bize yeni bir şey söyleyemeyeceğini belirterek yazısına başlıyor. 2,254 more words
Where might you be at the end of your part-time Philosophy MA conversion course? What will you have discovered?
While I wait for the results of my exam to see if I will be allowed to take my full vows for the real thing, I thought it might be interesting to see what I think about it all. 504 more words
In his introduction to the latest edition of Robert Nozick’s book, Anarchy, State, and Utopia, Thomas Nagel says the following:
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If some flourish and others are left behind, there is nothing wrong in that, nothing that the state may use its power forcibly to correct.