Category Philosophy

Foucault and The Culture of the Self

Bertrand Russell (1872-1970)

Music of the day

While listening to the radio, a beautiful song came up in the playlist. La vita e bella! I had heard the song in the past but this time I became curious. I stopped reading what I was reading since the orchestration reminded me a  **lot** of a Greek composer. I decided to search more about […]

Albert Camus & The Meaning of Life

These days I started reading through Plato’s monumental work “Republic”. However, the philosophical quest of  this blog begins with Albert Camus. He was born in Algeria in 1913. His lost his father at the age of 1 and his mother raised him in poverty. Albert Camus became a distinguished novelist, journalist and philosopher. He was […]

Computer proofs

I just read this opinion of Doron Zeilberg. The questions he poses are deep, they date since the age of Aristotle (of course the computers back then did not have today’s capabilities, but non-the-less questions like “what constitutes a proper proof” existed) and it is interesting to argue against and in favor of them. Consider […]