During a noisy and at times entertaining event at a sports bar in Columbia, Maryland, the Maryland Libertarians chose David Lashar, an IT policy professional and former Hogan administration official, to be their gubernatorial candidate. David Lashar accepts the nomination of the Libertarian Party as governor on Monday evening. (MarylandRead More →

Riffat Iqbal, professor at Bahauddin Zakariaya University (BZU), received a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from the University of Karachi. Dr Riffat Iqbal, Assistant Professor in the BZU Department of Philosophy, recently completed her doctorate. His doctoral thesis was on “the ethical thought of Alasdair MacIntyre”. In alliance with MacIntyre, DrRead More →

ROCKWALL, TX (October 15, 2021) County judge candidate John Beaman shared the following message in a press release today: In Rockwall County, the county judge is essentially the chairman of the budget; in fact, Texas state law requires it until the county’s population reaches 225,000, at which time the auditorRead More →

Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay greatly admired the philosophy of integral Hinduism, which later became the basic philosophy of the ruling political party in contemporary times. He said India’s main concern should be to develop an indigenous economic model that puts people at the center of the stage. The vision couldRead More →

New Delhi: University of Delhi colleges have seen increased interest in BA philosophy (with distinction) this year, with nearly half of colleges offering the course seeing places filling up in the unreserved category of the course. first listing itself, which has not happened in previous years. Principals and college teachersRead More →

Dinar Sultana Putul. Photo: Courtesy “> Dinar Sultana Putul. Photo: Courtesy Dinar Sultana Putul is a contemporary artist based in Bangladesh whose artistic practices focus on quasi-scientific research and documentation of organic mediums and materials that explore various themes surrounding nature. In the current exhibition “Imaginary of the Common: 50Read More →

For many years debates and renunciations persisted among Western and African philosophers about the lack of an African philosophy. In his book How Natives Think, Bruhl (1910) posited two fundamental mentalities of humanity, “primitive” and “western”, the latter of which does not differentiate the supernatural from reality, but rather usesRead More →