Spreading the Word: Multicultural Medieval Philosophy

Does the thought of a multicultural medieval philosophy surprise you? Do you believe those "dark ages" were mostly focused on religion and predominantly concerned with Christian theological discussions? If yes, it may well be that your views were shaped by historical narratives that are still, unfortunately, not that uncommon. It was after taking courses in …

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Spreading the Word: 10 Soviet Philosophers

"Discover the USSR's forgotten thinkers". Have you ever read any of the Soviet philosophers? Have you heard about them? Did you know they even existed? It is really rather surprising, with all the diversity and inclusion trends and all, how seldom one comes across non-Western philosophers' names in an English-speaking philosophical space. You are sure …

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Spreading the Word: The Pen is Mightier Than The Sword

Have you ever wondered who first said 'the pen is mightier than the sword'? While the idea behind the words is age-old, the phrasing first appeared in the historical play Cardinal Richelieu by novelist and playwright Edward Bulwer-Lytton. Read more in this short BBC News article. Enjoy! Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Keeping up the …

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