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14.08.2018

“Learning to be Human”: The 24th World Congress of Philosophy Beijing has begun

“Learning to be Human”: The 24th World Congress of Philosophy Beijing has begun

The 24th World Congress of Philosophy began on August 13 at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. The conclave of thought meets under the motto “Learning to be Human” and will take place throughout the week, to be closed on the 20th. The planned panels promise a very… »

31.08.2015

Anteos Chrisostomidis: the Greek intellectual of our age

Anteos Chrisostomidis: the Greek intellectual of our age

“Literature, even the heavy, serious kind is addressed to a wider audience,” always stressed Anteos Chrisostomidis*. “Literature is a human creation and concerns everyone,” he insisted. I think however, that few people had the opportunity to talk with such important intellectuals of our age in the way he did. Greeks,… »

21.06.2015

The Story of Philosophy – from antiquity to the present

The Story of Philosophy – from antiquity to the present

The Story of Philosophy – from antiquity to the present, By Christopher Delius and Matthias Gatzemeier, Deniz Sertcan, Kathleen Wunscher. Konemann publishers I thought to myself, now here is a book that might fill a few gaps as the topic of philosophy is not one I am… »

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