A Philosopher's Pick

Articles to think and reflect upon, offering novel insights and worthy opinions.

Wei Xiang

Sep 2

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14 stories

Omundson explores anti-natalism from the ‘compassionate’ perspective. If suffering is necessary in existence, then isn’t it compassionate to end that suffering through extinction?
Ferencik critiques ideology. Ironically, ‘certainty’ is epistemically more dangerous than uncertainty. It blinds us to the nuances and complexities of our world.
Ambrose discusses the human condition in the absence of the divine. How would we live instead?

I was once asked about the origins of the universe. So, here I am doing philosophy. Ethics | Intellectual History | Chinese Comparative Philosophy

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