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Are we living?...

Descartes said “I think, therefore I am” (cogito, ergo sum), but he was too rough in his statement. Because we can be thinking in a bath of useless thoughts, wrong thoughts and without being able to get rid of them. That is not living.

Thoughts

René Descartes Remembered

A well put together homage to Descartes, the father or modern philosophy.

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Philosophy

SOLIPSISM, SIMULATION OR SIMPLY SCEPTICISM?

Solipsism is a philosophical concept that says you are the only being that exists in this whole world. The universe that exists, or in simple terms the things around you, or the beings interacting with you is all made up in your mind. 800 palabras más

Life

Biography : Rene Descartes, the Father of Modern Philosophy

At the age of 23, Rene Descartes had three dreams which shaped the course of his future pursuits in science and mathematics. In the first, Rene was walking down the city streets when suddenly a strong wind began blowing. 168 palabras más

Spirit

1653: The Queen of Sweden Is Smarter than You and is a Gender Badass

Christina, the Queen of Sweden from 1632 to 1654, famously rejected traditional gender roles, often wearing men’s clothing and excelling at traditionally masculine pursuits. She was also one of the most educated women of the Renaissance, had a mischievous sense of humor, and once provoked the jealousy of Elisabeth, Princess Palatine of Bohemia by luring René Descartes to her court in Stockholm, where he died of pneumonia. 747 palabras más

René Descartes on critical thinking and avoiding error in judgments

René Descartes is considered to be the father of modern philosophy. Known arguably for the most famous words in the history of philosophical thought, “I think therefore I am… 1.186 palabras más

Philosophy

First, best, greatest? Women and the philosophical canon

Margaret Cavendish was the first science fiction writer. Mary Wollstonecraft was the first feminist. And, according to this post that popped up on my twitterfeed this morning, Teresa of Ávila was the first to…well, it’s not actually all that clear. 1.395 palabras más

Early Modern Philosophy