[ad_1] “Soul Dies First” – Illustrated Philosophy. (agsandrew, Adobe Stock) I think the definitions of “philosophy” and “empiricism” could usefully be changed. Currently, the two encompass reality and unreality, which in my opinion is a bewildering conflict of interest. As if philosophy and empiricism (but especially philosophy) needed Following disconcertingRead More →

[ad_1] PELLA – Terence J. Kleven, Jacob and Gela Schnucker Sessler Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Central College, received a Fulbright US Scholar Scholarship to conduct research on Arab political philosophy at the University of Jordan in Amman, in Jordan, September 7 to September 31. 1st 2021 toRead More →

[ad_1] Cryptoculture Cryptocurrencies are best understood by examining the community structure and the cultural values ​​they exhibit, rather than the economic activity they create. Cryptocurrencies are truly “cryptocultures” and these cultures are many, a plurality. I define a cryptoculture as an open source community with its own micro-economy. Each cultureRead More →