The Problems of Love from Sartre and Beauvoir to Irigaray
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People will go through major stresses in life. I’m not talking about typical stresses that are considered “normal” and expected such as work, drama within family, drama among friends, deadlines, school, etc. These activities are just the norms of daily … Continue reading
Aesthetics A cool video of 100 years of beauty in Korea. It gets surreal when it hits the 1950s: Economics The more you live in a place with income inequality, the more likely people will purchase items to give them … Continue reading
Culture Here’s an artist’s rendition of how our culture has been consumed by technology and materialism. Note: although they are SFW, they are very edgy. Ethics A study shows that altruistic behavior can be trained like a muscle. On just … Continue reading
Anti-Natalism Is anti-natalism unthinkable or dangerous? David Benatar says no. Philosopher Jean Kazez argues that pitting the Green anti-natalist against the Gray pro-natalist, the gray would win. Interesting comments as well. Looks like I’m going to have to study Cornucopianism. … Continue reading