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  • 6 Apr 2022
    Henrik Enroth

    What holds society together?

    This is one of those questions that we rarely ask, unless we feel that something is already amiss. Most of the time, what holds society together is probably something we do not actively think about, like what holds our relationship or our car together. In Political Science and the Problem of Social Order I discuss […]

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  • 26 Sep 2013
    Sophia Vasalou

    What Has Pessimism Ever Done for Us?

    Arthur Schopenhauer often gets overlooked when today's philosophers study philosophers of the past, and it has a lot to do with his pessimistic message. Sophia Vasalou, the author of Schopenhauer and the Aesthetic Standpoint makes the case that his pessimistic philosophy is still critical.

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