Category Archives: Philosophy

Economics Travelogue #4

The first speaker encountered at the KFP seminar was Donald Critchlow, a prestigious professor who has taught at SLU, Notre Dame, ASU (currently); founded the Journal of Policy History (published by Cambridge), and is the director for the Center for … Continue reading

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Journal #4

Man’s greatest burden is existence. His greatest struggle is coping with this.

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Journal #1

When I hear of death, first I laugh, then I mourn, and by the end I will surely laugh again. For this is how it is so- Life it goes.

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The Eighth Floor Balcony

An original piece of fiction by me, partially inspired by Albert Camus’s short story, The Stranger. I haven’t read the book in a while, but I made sure to mimic the opening line as close as possible as my nod of … Continue reading

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Nietzsche on Truth

Truth is a mobile army of metaphors, metonymies, anthropomorphisms, in short, a sum of human relations which have been subjected to poetic and rhetorical intensification, translation, and decoration, and which, after they have been in use for a long time, … Continue reading

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Utilitarianism in Brave New World: A Critique

I felt like doing a short analysis of Brave New World, because who doesn’t like a good dystopia? Throughout Humanity’s existence, the search for the ‘ideal’ society has been a constant pursuit. Works such as Augustine’s The City of God, and … Continue reading

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