POLITICAL THEORY – Jean-Jacques Rousseau
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POLITICAL THEORY – Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Modern life is deeply attracted to the idea of progress in the 18th century as European societies became ever richer and more technological, the conventional view was that mankind was firmly set on a positive trajectory from savagery and ignorance toward prosperity and civilization. But there was at least one …

An Atheist’s God – The Paradox of Spinoza
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An Atheist’s God – The Paradox of Spinoza

Today in The Philosopher’s Zone, we meet Spinoza’s God. Now, that might seem an odd thing to do, especially as Baruch Spinoza, one of the greatest philosophers of his day, was expelled from the Amsterdam Synagogue in 1656, probably because of his unorthodox religious views. Ever since, Spinoza has been …

POLITICAL THEORY – John Rawls
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POLITICAL THEORY – John Rawls

Many of us feel that our societies are a little – or even plain totally – ‘unfair’. But we have a hard time explaining our sense of injustice to the powers that be in a way that sounds rational and without personal pique or bitterness. That’s why we need John …

The Left Must Present The Facts, Not An Ideology
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The Left Must Present The Facts, Not An Ideology

left us have a problem and it's a fairly big one decided being today mostly drawing innaka teens and tweens for trying ideologies like fashion or focusing on appealing to oppressed people by casting net of social activism and theory wide because inclusion is just nice the left has a …

Rajeev Bhargava - Lessons on Pluralism (1/4): The Origins of Indian Pluralism
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Rajeev Bhargava – Lessons on Pluralism (1/4): The Origins of Indian Pluralism

you Ashoka was the third emperor of the Mauryan dynasty which ruled between the 2nd and the 4th centuries before Common Era he himself were ruled between I think middle of the 3rd century BCE for about 35 years or so when he ruled the what we the this a …

Richard J. Bernstein - The Origins Of Pluralism (1/2): Against Monism
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Richard J. Bernstein – The Origins Of Pluralism (1/2): Against Monism

I think think is and philosophers thought even though we're finite that you could look at things and there would be one perspective one truth and this is what systematically did I now initially this is a philosophical thesis against monastic doctrines against doctrines that there is one substance of …