Category Archives: Philosophy

Women’s History Month: Reading and Viewing

I felt overwhelmed when I thought about what I could write for Women’s History Month. Do I write about how the month became commemorated? About the women that made it (and the other, more shaded side of history) happen? About … Continue reading

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Philosophy: More Secondary Source Reading

Perhaps one can’t learn philosophy, but one can “learn to think philosophically”. That was, for me, the most important takeaway quote from Jostein Gaarder’s most excellent novel, Sophie’s World, which I have advertised for countless times on this blog. It’s … Continue reading

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The Sexiness Surrounding French Existentialism

Who says all rigorous intellectual forays must have serious beginnings? One day, while bored at work, I stumbled upon this amusing web-comic from Dead Philosophers in Heaven. I then spied the link at the bottom of the post, which led … Continue reading

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