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Los judíos ateos a quienes he interrogado reconocen que su diálogo sobre la existencia de Dios prosigue con la religión cristiana. El cristianismo es la religión que atacan y de la cual quieren desembarazarse; su ateísmo no se diferencia en modo alguno del ateísmo de un Roger Martin du Gard, que dice… 43 altre parole

Jean Paul Sartre

Prison Break And Some Philosophy

“We are captives of our own identities living in prisons of our own creation” – Prison Break (Season Four)

Prison Break was a show that ran on Fox from 2005 till 2009, it was an instant hit when it premiered and remained strong during the entirety of its run, at the time when it was on live television I was drawn in by its plot which resonated with me deeply. 1.164 altre parole



you me and we
in a past present future
imagined the really unreal
truly false possibilities
race walk and crawl among
they them and those… 79 altre parole


What Is Absurdism?

In of itself, the term absurd is a synonym for ridiculous or preposterous. In the past I have also seen it described as anything, whether a thought process or a physical action, which is inconsistent with reason or common sense. 1.047 altre parole


Cinema & The Look

Due to its ubiquity and accessibility, film has become embedded within the human consciousness to such a degree that thought itself has become, in a respect, filmic or cinematic; and this shift in human perception (and the way in which human beings see themselves individually and collectively, and their relationship to both) has, in turn, altered human culture and behaviour profoundly. 2.050 altre parole


Coexcellence as socialising projection

In Critique of Dialectical Reason, Sartre identifies the group with an individual. It is, he writes, a ‘common individual’ (‘individu commun‘). This is a reminiscence of Hegel’s concept of the Universal Class, as described in the… 268 altre parole

Libertarian Freewill Entails Absurdity

The question regarding why an individual chooses one course of action and not another can only be answered in one of two ways: Either (a.)there is no reason why the course of action is chosen, or (b.)there is a reason why the course of action is chosen. 312 altre parole