The greatest living philosopher is Italian Giorgio Agamben. A not-so-dead-so-long would be the French philosopher Gilles Deleuze. These two are so superior and both fun to read. Agamben's "Profanations" and Deleuze's "A Thousand Plateaus" are both masterpieces in the genre.
by cjhunsinger3 years ago
The word hypocrisy comes to mind when I read so many of the posts by Christians here. Perhaps, it is a denial of their own history that drives them or, simply, a preferred ignorance of the roots and heritage of their...
by India Arnold6 years ago
What is the measure of a great Philosopher?
by John Sarkis3 years ago
Can a philosopher be religious?Schopenhauer says "no." He's one of the first important European atheist thinkers and doesn't consider it feasible, because philosophers must question everything. He...
by Paula6 years ago
What Philosopher do you most closely align yourself with?When thinking about what matters in life, there is no escaping that we all have a philosophy. Is there any philosopher in history that you most closely...
by Cindy Vine8 years ago
On all my hubs and other's hubs I see Scientology banners. I feel as if we are being inundated with scientology and now I'm saturated. I can't take any more. They are there when I close my eyes to...
by Kenna McHugh5 years ago
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