Philosophical studies

Philosophy a Myth

Until about the close of the nineteenth century philosophic irrationalism was notable for lacking any very specific applications to politics.

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Irrationalism: The Philosophic Climate of Opinion

A philosophy whose immediate political implication was national expansion by war must of necessity be an adventurers philosophy.

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The Philosophy of Communism

The philosophy of communism is a revised version of Marxism, largely the work of Lenin and therefore often called “Marxism-Leninism.

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The Strategy of the Social Revolution

Marx always regarded his philosophy as the guide to a successful proletarian revolution, and his career was divided between scholarship…

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Dialectical Materialism and Politics

The concepts of ideology, economic determinism, and the class struggle complete the theoretical parts of Marx’s social philosophy.

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The Ethics of Teacher-Student Relationships

When I was starting out in my academic career, I was assigned a senior colleague as a mentor. This is…

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The Importance of Collective Intelligence in a Sustainable Future

Why is this true? I take my support for this from Joseph Tainter’s argument in The Collapse of Complex Societies. For…

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Understanding Nihilism: What if nothing matters?

Nihilism is a philosophy, or family of views within philosophy, expressing some form of negation towards life

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