Category Archives: Tips & tools

Developing ideas for a “Make-a-Living”-project

On this blog I’ve published several posts about the Internet Revolution, and how the Internet is changing our society (for example here, here & here). In the book Netocracy: The new power elite and life after capitalism, Alexander Bard and … Continue reading

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Tips and tools for philosophy studies

Read as PDF Philosophy on the Internet Discussion “A philosopher who is not taking part in discussions is like a boxer who never goes into the ring.” – Ludwig Wittgenstein http://forums.philosophyforums.com/ seems to be the biggest public philosophy forum on … Continue reading

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Recommended reading for basic orientation

For basic orientation There are numerous synoptic books on the history of western philosophy. I’d suggest reading at least one of these, to get basic orientation of the canonized western philosophers, and to get a “traditional” view on how to … Continue reading

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