Josh Dunigan |||
Josh Dunigan
Thinking through political violence with Fichte I am generally interested in revolutions and German idealism so I picked up the newly translated book by Fichte Contribution to the Correction of Apr 3, 2021
Thinking through political violence with Fichte Apr 3, 2021 I am generally interested in revolutions and German idealism so I picked up the newly translated book by Fichte Contribution to the Correction of Must watch anime Mar 21, 2021 In no ordering, Imma just list out some of my favorite anime that I think people should watch, especially if they have not watched any The root of philosophy is the political Mar 10, 2021 I take it that the opening of the Left Of Philosophy podcast expresses a deep commitment to the hosts’ approach to philosophy. They start off Conservative Philosophers Feb 21, 2021 This is just a mere aggregation of conservative philosophers and philosophies. What counts as conservative and philosopher is open to some Some double features Feb 13, 2021 I have always liked the idea of double features. A single movie can be paired with many other movies. It is really up to you how you want to pair A commentary on Allison’s Kant’s Conception of Freedom Dec 29, 2020 The first time I read Henry Allison was over the summer. I read the Prolegomena for a course in the last semester and read the Critique of Pure