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« Les frontières de mon langage sont les frontières de mon monde »

Par Édouard Laniel-Tremblay

In this blog post, I explore how we can change our habits and attitudes in a way that can lead to a new conceptualization of novelty which depends on an acceptance of diversity and openness to the unknown. 1,137 more words

Hiện Tại ( một hiện tại tương đối như thể câu nói " vị vua hiện nay của nước Pháp bị hói" vậy)

Chả có gì, nhưng đó là HIỆN TẠI của tớ lúc này, để tránh một tư duy lạc lối, tớ cố gò mình tư duy về thực tại. 450 more words



“A Serious and good philosophical work could be written consisting entirely of jokes.” (L. W.)

1. In next few years Austria, Europe, the rest of the world, and perhaps humanity as a whole will find this or that reasons to celebrate a series of anniversaries related to the life and work of Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein (26.04.1889.–29.04.1951.). 512 more words

Wittgenstein 1947

“The true apocalyptic view of the world is that things do not repeat themselves. It isn’t absurd, e.g., to believe that the age of science and technology is the beginning of the end for humanity; that the idea of great progress is a delusion, along with the idea that the truth will ultimately be known: that there is nothing good or desirable about scientific knowledge and that mankind, in seeking it, is falling into a trap. 19 more words


A New Manuscript by Katerina Kolozova on Non-Philosophical Metaphysics

I am happy to announce that my friend Katerina Kolozova has kindly shared with me a chapter from a new book she is working on. Kolozova’s original and groundbreaking work transversalizes (among other things) the concerns of a (Laruellian) non-philosophical nature with those of a Marxian engagement along with an emphasis on subjectivity and gender studies. 10,558 more words

"Question: ‘How does one philosopher address another?’ Answer: ‘Take your time.’"*...

Vincenzo Di Nicola argues that

We need a philosophy of Slow Thought to ease thinking into a more playful and porous dialogue about what it means to live…

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Shanghai by way of Norway and Nigeria

Kee had started her business by watching the eyes of wives of her father’s western business associates as they fingered the fine silks and needlework worn by her mother and auntie when they visited her family’s home with their husbands.   930 more words