There once was a woman who lived in the city. Her husband had been neglecting their marriage for a while, and she no… Read more The Woman and the Bridge, A Philosophical Puzzle
Once upon a time, there was an old philosopher who stole some gold from the king. Obviously, the king was… Read more The Old Man and the Two Doors, A Philosophical Puzzle
Which tells us that logic can force us into believing some puzzling things. One of those things is the belief… Read more The Raven Paradox, A Philosophical Puzzle
By Emmanuel Gautier First of all let’s distinguish nihilism from both depression and pessimism. Depression is a psychological state that often involves, among other things, the… Read more The Appeal to Nihilism
By Lidia Fedorska Nietzsche was born a citizen of Prussia, which was then part of the German Confederation. At the… Read more Nietzsche, More Polish than German?
By Omar Khalef I have different philosophies toward life because there isn’t simply one perfect philosophy. There isn’t any philosophy… Read more The Philosophy of Life Infinite Possibilitys
“Man is the only creature who refuses to be what he is.”― Albert Camus
Jeremy Bentham truly thought Human Rights were nonsense upon stilts? Intrigues as you may be, read the first part of my article for a deeper insight