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Daily Philosophy

Philosophy for life. Every day.

  • By Dr Andreas Matthias, et al.
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly one post per week

Posts per month

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Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Dec 2020 9
Jan 2021 10
Feb 2021 11
Mar 2021 11
Apr 2021 11
May 2021 18
Jun 2021 22
Jul 2021 16
Aug 2021 15
Sep 2021 10
Oct 2021 9
Nov 2021 10
Dec 2021 6
Jan 2022 5
Feb 2022 6
Mar 2022 4
Apr 2022 2
May 2022 4
Jun 2022 6
Jul 2022 6
Aug 2022 3
Sep 2022 4
Oct 2022 6
Nov 2022 4
Dec 2022 8
Jan 2023 6
Feb 2023 5
Mar 2023 1
Apr 2023 4
May 2023 6
Jun 2023 3
Jul 2023 5
Aug 2023 3
Sep 2023 0
Oct 2023 7
Nov 2023 3
Dec 2023 2

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

The Presocratics
The Presocratic philosophers were a group of thinkers who lived in ancient Greece before the time of Socrates. They were interested in understanding the natural world and the underlying principles that govern it. Introduction The …
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Transhumanism and Misanthropy
I recently saw a graffito announcing ‘Humanity sucks!’ Without knowing what the artist meant, one can imagine. The human world as we know it is a world of violence, greed, selfishness, and zealous self-destructiveness. Inequality, …
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The Universe as a Game
Hermann Hesse’s “Glass Bead Game” is a grand vision of a formal system that describes the hidden harmony of the universe. In this final instalment in our series on Hesse’s book, we try to make …
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