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...
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What is the measure of a great Philosopher?
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Do you think it's ok to keep noticing another woman/men after you are in a committed relationship?
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