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A translation of Agamben’s newest and most striking blog post on the epidemic, is to point to an “Illichian” background or frame for understanding both the debates and the ongoing crisis. …

Philosophers views through the ages about the legitimacy of colonialism

During the centuries several philosophers debated about the legitimacy of colonialism (and imperialism). Where some were trying to legitimize the (brutal) practice of conquest and colonialism others struggled with the tension between universalistic concepts such as human rights and the realities of …

Panopticon as a metaphor for the 21th century work place

They are like so many cages, so many small theatres, in which each actor is alone, perfectly individualized and constantly visible. …

What is virtue ethics? Gonzo philosophy uses a moral dilemma from the game Wither 3 to discribe what virtue ethics is…

May everything come true. May they believe. And may they laugh at their passions. For what they call passion is not really the energy of the soul, but merely friction between the soul and the outside world. But, above all, may they believe in themselves and become as helpless as children. For soft…

Human and animal bodies in the transition to a capitalist mode of production

The transition to a capitalist mode of production meant that “acquisition [became] the ultimate purpose of life” (Federici, pg. 135). So naturally, anything standing in the way of the ultimate acquisition of capital and resources had to be stripped away. The worker’s body was one such thing-turned-c…

Gonna dig into this a little. …

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AI, humans and God

Maybe not really fitting in this community but too funny and interesting to postpone posting it :) …


Not specifically a philosophy topic maybe but I liked this writing…


Does this belong here ‽
The things you own end up owning you.

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"We were born naked and we will leave without possessions" - unknown

I’ve heard this quote a few years ago from some one. I like it very much. Now if super capitalist people would get the message, that might help :)…

Mario Tronti and Marcello Tarì set out a programme of how to stand back from the world in this current crisis…

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