The Problems of Love from Sartre and Beauvoir to Irigaray
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In part one, I went through Smuts’ article on certain tests on what makes life worth living. I went through Camus’ Suicide Test and showed Smut’s argument on why it fails. In part two, I went through mainly Nietzsche’s Eternal Recurrence Test … Continue reading
This is my third, and possible last, installment on my interests in philosophy pertaining to the philosophy of love and sex. My previous blog dealt with various philosophers on sex and the blog before dealt with various philosophers on love, … Continue reading
I wanted to get a clear view of what philosophers have influenced me the most. What ideas do I take, and how have they affected me in my life? Here they are in order: 1. Arthur Schopenhauer. He was known … Continue reading