So, here’s a simple essay I wrote: We face a growing crisis of environmental degradation, climate change, and biodiversity loss. On the other hand, we have the potential to create a sustainable and equitable future for all. The question is, how do we get there? Writers like Jeff Vandermeer, Ursula Le Guin, and Pitchaya Sudbanthad…

  • Perception: Material

    Perception is an incredibly complex concept that has fascinated philosophers for centuries. From Spinoza’s emphasis on reason to Kant’s transcendental idealism to Lacan’s psychoanalytic approach, the way we understand and interpret reality is shaped by a variety of philosophical perspectives. Let’s start with Spinoza. Spinoza’s philosophy is grounded in the idea that everything in the…

  • Our Absurd Renaissance

    Absurdism is a philosophical and literary movement that emerged in the mid-20th century, particularly associated with the works of Albert Camus and Samuel Beckett. Absurdism is characterized by a sense of meaninglessness, purposelessness, and irrationality in the human condition, as well as the inability to find any inherent value or truth in the world. Absurdism…

  • On the Positivity of Nihilism

    Nihilism is commonly understood as a philosophical doctrine that denies the existence of objective meaning and value in the world, resulting in a pessimistic and skeptical view of life. While nihilism has been traditionally associated with the rejection of religion, morality, and metaphysics, some scholars argue that it can be also understood as a form…

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