The Problem of Evil: Insights of BOETHIUS

- 6th Century AD - It’s a famous atheist argument: “If God exists, why does he let good things happen to bad people?” This paradox dates back to the Greek philosopher Epicurus, who argued that the universe was not designed, all things are made of random conglomerations of atoms, and since there is no soul... Continue Reading →

HEIDEGGER’S PHILOSOPHY as “Idle Talk”: A Challenge

- 20th Century AD - Having touched on the prehistory of the birth of Western philosophy, let’s jump forward 25 centuries to its recent flirtation with death. We’re going to discuss a supposed modern classic and argue that it doesn’t deserve the name. Classics are worth reading because they’ve been tested by time. So when... Continue Reading →

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