13 Philosophical Quotes – May Edition

On this first day of June I look back at what I have read last month. Here it is - the May edition of selected philosophical quotes. April selection is available here. The goal stays the same: take my recent readings, select a bite-size amount of philosophical quotes that resonate with me, publish them here …

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9 Philosophical Quotes – April Edition

With just a tiny bit of delay, here comes the April edition of selected philosophical quotes. March selection is available here. The goal is simple: take my recent readings, select a bite-size amount of philosophical quotes that caused some reaction in me, publish them here on humanfactor.blog  I am an owl from Pixabay. Here is April …

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10 Philosophical Quotes – March Edition

Here comes the March edition of selected philosophical quotes. February selection is available here. The goal is simple: take my recent readings, select a bite-size amount of philosophical quotes that caused some reaction in me, publish them here on humanfactor.blog  I am an owl from Pixabay. Here is March selection of philosophical quotes. Hope you enjoy them! …

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9 Philosophical Quotes – February Edition

Here comes the February edition of selected philosophical quotes. January selection is available here. The goal is simple: take my recent readings, select a bite-size amount of philosophical quotes that caused some reaction in me, publish them here on humanfactor.blog  I am an owl from Pixabay. Here is February's selection of philosophical quotes. Hope you enjoy them! …

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Book Review: Luc Ferry “The Wisdom of the Myths”

A review of the French philosophy professor's Luc Ferry's book "The Wisdom of the Myths" where the author explores relationship between ancient Greek mythology and philosophy.

6 Philosophical Quotes or a Snack for the Mind

Last week I wrote a short article about my first thoughts on ethics. Today I thought - why not publish some philosophical quotes. We love them, don't we! Short snippets of wisdom during our busy everyday lives. So here goes, this is the first article where I try it out and who knows, maybe it …

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First Thoughts on Ethics

Having finished a roughly 1-month long study module on ethics and fully realising that I am only scratching the surface, I decided to summarise and share my first thoughts on this vast discipline known also by the name philosophy of morality. Like many of us, I too already had some views on certain moral questions and …

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Need for Meaning of our Symbolic Self

"He who has a Why to live for can bear almost any How."Nietzsche image from pixabay When you land on my blog's first page you can read a description about how humanfactor.blog was born and what are my fundamental ideas underlying its content. The very first thing you read there is the following: "We humans …

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To Remember or to Forget?

This last article in 2019 is about memories. More specifically, the value and meaning of memories. As the old song tells us "Some dance to remember, some dance to forget". A book that I read recently made me think about the following questions - if you did or witnessed something awful and then for whatever …

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