Philosophy is not a product

Philosophy is not a product or a painkiller.

The Myth of the One

Though we can ponder timeless questions we exist in time. Our desires, needs…

Makers or Slaves?

How do our views around technology, leisure and work determine our present and…

On Ethical Selection

Introducing an analogy between natural and ethical selection, and how using the…

Philosophical Cartography

Philosophical cartography tries to create or retrieve maps, diagrams, missing…

On the freedom to be wrong

We should be careful to allow our fellow men to make even great mistakes…

On Leadership

Leadership is not just about expertise. To make a fetish out of the techniques…

Autodialectics: The Socrates Software

Imagine a Wikipedia you could argue against.

Dare to be wise

The philosophical fight club and agoge, is a setting and voluntary process,…

Philosophy Reborn: Overview

An overview of the reasons and aims behind the Philosophy Reborn initiative.

Autodialectics: Overview

An overview of the issues that spurred the birth of autodialectics, its aim and…

Filiki Eteria: Overview

An initiative on the exploration and experimentation, in theory and practice,…

The Calling

Is not the task that creates the preconditions for the achievement of…

A Vision with Unorthodox Foundations

If the vision I’m referring to can be said to have a foundation, that would be…

Regenerating Freedom: Overview

A brief introduction and overview of the Regenerating Freedom Initiative with…

The Challenge

The end of the Industrial Revolution gave rise to an unfulfilled promise, that…

The Moral Vision

The moral vision behind the Regenerating Freedom initiative. The principles of…

Freedom, Autonomy and Time

The concept of freedom is rich with a variety of meanings it has acquired over…

Systematic without a System

Why it makes sense to employ a philosophical methodology systematically used by…

Doing Philosophy

In this third part of the series "What is Philosophy?" we’re going to focus…

Philosopher: Lover of Wisdom

The second part of the series "What is Philosophy?" dives into Plato's…

Sophia, Sophists, and Socrates

The first part in a series about what is philosophy. It starts with a…

Monastery of One

A short film with scenes from a daily life in search of an ideal

How Love Dies at Work

You hear it all the time: “Do what you love” they say, and your happiness is…

Poet by Necessity

Metaphors are ladders to the uninitiated. The philosopher, a poet by necessity.

Philosophical Confessions

Perhaps certain truths and values are medicine only for people who share the…

Deathless

A moment of experiencing the world under the aspect of eternity.

Love, Guilt and Ingratitude

Never transform love into a ledger.

Love is given never taken

Transactions in love concern only counterfeits.

Reciprocity and Love

Only people who see love in transactional terms feel like fools when their love…

Ultimate Truth and Virtue

Ultimate truth and virtue, when embodied, need not explain themselves.

Transgressing the letter of love

When the spirit of love is gone people are ever more vengeful for the…

Experiential Art

On February 2003, I experimented with a form of art where the artwork is an…

Wisdom is more important than knowledge

Because in these days our means and instruments have been multiplied beyond our…

The fable of the seed and the tree

One day a seed and a tree fell in love. The seed turned to the tree and said:…

The Art of Enquiry

Just because you are capable of asking questions that doesn’t make you an…

You Don’t Need To Catch The Rainbow

If you know how to play with water and light you do not need to catch the…

A sentence is a journey to the unknown

A sentence is a journey to the unknown. You do not know where it’s going to end…

Wisdom and Hydrodynamics

The problem we have today is that people know hydrodynamics and have forgotten…

The Dancers of Thought

Art requires humility and no child ever lost its creativity by learning a…

A Common Human Nature

The Human Genome project, admirable though it is, is not a practical guide to…

Philosophy and Contemporary Man

To live under conditions which do not facilitate the actualization of our…

The Home of Philosophy is Life

A philosophy that can’t be lived is a mere house not a home. A philosophy used…

The new prophets

An aphorism about the fate of new prophets in contemporary times

Life has no brakes

We do not trust each other. But the solution is not obedience to the law.

Active and Reactive

There is a distinction that is found in Nietzsche, Spinoza, Fromm, Frankl. It…

Perspectivism and Public Moralities

You should be entitled to the consequences of your own "blindness" - it may…

Perspectivism and the Necessary Injustice of Values

The necessary injustice in every For and Against, injustice as inseparable from…

Note to the Reader

Read carefully and you will hear the music of my soul, or better still, learn…

Philosophy: From Necessity to Freedom Through Art

If putting order into chaos is art, then philosophy is putting an order into…

Procrustes: An Examination of Novelty

Isn’t our need for knowledge precisely this need for the familiar, the will to…

Death, Love and Meaning

Death is blurry; the dead are not just in graves but in beds too.

What We Need To Find

The importance of the human being as the nexus of meaning between different…

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