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Paul Strathern

Paul Strathern (born 1940) is a British writer and academic. He was born in London, and studied at Trinity College, Dublin, after which he served in the Merchant Navy over a period of two years. He then lived on a Greek island. In 1966 he travelled overland to India and the Himalayas. His novel A Season in Abyssinia won a Somerset Maugham Award in 1972.Besides five novels, he has also written numerous books on science, philosophy, history, literature, medicine and economics.

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Marko P.compartió una citahace 2 años
A particular episteme is bound to give rise to a particular form of knowledge. Foucault called the latter a discourse, by which he meant the accumulation of concepts, practices, statements, and beliefs that were produced by a particular episteme.
Ирина Осипенкоcompartió una citahace 6 meses
Human good turns out to be the active exercise of the soul in conformity with excellence or virtue, and if there is more than one excellence or virtue, in conformity with the best and most complete. But this activity must take place throughout a complete lifetime, for one swallow does not make a summer, any more than one fine day. Likewise, one day or a brief flight of happiness does not make a man completely blessed or happy.
Medioncompartió una citahace 2 años
What we cannot speak about we must pass over in silence.

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Heidegger is complex to read and this should not be the correct way knowledge is transferred. I have spoken with 2 PhD on Philosophy in order to understand the basic terms of Heidegger as Dasein. Hundreds of pages written about this author, many youtube channels deciphering this author, when you can you can simplify dasein as "human beings, that interacting with other people or things affect their behaviour or meaning in life, and this human beings should be pointing to live their lives in the present (forget a bit about past and future)" but nooooo I am a great philosopher I need to complicate everything as Derrida, Sartre, Hegel, etc in order to impulse this narrative about intelectual thing must be really complicated. I don't deny some concepts could be really complicated but through time I have learnt that if you cannot explain clearly and with Intelligence a concept you have created or absorbed, then is just a bunch of gibberish.

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    Heidegger: Philosophy in an Hour
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    The Borgias
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