Monthly Archives: March 2015

Let’s See What’s in the News Today (March, 23, 2015)

Feminism 3AM Magazine interviews Alison Stone about Hegel, Schelling, Irigaray, Judith Butler, feminism, sexual difference, and maternity. Film Here is a list of 1,400 films directed by women. Food Nice diagrams to make eating healthy super easy. Humor Schopenhauer: horrible … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today (March 16, 2015)

Aesthetics Terminally ill patients went to Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam as their dying wish. Climate Global warming may result in a 50% increase of lightening strikes in the US in upcoming years. Culture If you googled “how much does a _____ cost?” … Continue reading

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Impression, Attraction, and Imprints

Justin Bartels has a unique gallery showcasing what women have to go through to attract.  The results are imprints on their skin from their binding apparel they have to wear.  Here are some examples below:   check out the rest.

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today (March 8, 2015)

Consciousness Galen Strawson has a great article about the history of the philosophy of consciousness. Education How Higher Education perpetuates Intergenerational Inequality. Ethics Sex while drunk: a moral dilemma. Why Our Children don’t think there are moral facts Family If … Continue reading

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On the Ethics of Offensive Humor (Part Three)

Preliminary note: I will mention offensive jokes for the purpose of making a philosophical point.  In philosophical parlance, I’ll be mentioning jokes rather than saying them.  If you’re easily offended, you probably shouldn’t continue reading the rest of this post. … Continue reading

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