Philosophy

Writer Hasan Azizul Haque recalled

Hasan Azizul Haque Colleagues and a family member of fiction writer and former Rajshahi University professor Hasan Azizul Haque recalled their memories of the author on Monday during a program on the RU campus. The Department of Philosophy at Rajshahi University hosted the program in the Shaheed Tajuddin Ahmed Senate …

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James F. Fries, who studied the good life and how to live it, dies at 83

“The anguish resulting from the inevitability of personal choice and the inability to avoid personal consequences can become a problem for many,” he wrote in a 2011 article. “For others , elation can come from the recognition that the goal of a long vigorous life may be attainable. “ James …

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An intern at the Bazelon center helps protect people with disabilities

As an intern in strategic communication, Thomas Lichtenberg ’23 supportedthe efforts of Center Bazelon in planning and drafting many of itsmedia messages and strategies. A student from Kalamazoo College did an internship with an organization that protects people with disabilities this term. Thomas Lichtenberg ’23 —a major in political science …

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Antonio Conte reveals his training philosophy, explains why Tottenham players ‘suffered’

Antonio Conte has said he tries to make the most of every minute he spends on the training ground with his Tottenham players. Arriving in north London in early November as he replaced Nuno Espirito Santo on the hotseat, the new Spurs head coach didn’t really have a good time …

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20 minutes with: architect and author Xing Ruan

Xing Ruan, author of “Confucius’ Courtyard: Architecture, Philosophy and the Good Life in China”. Shuyi Ruan Text size For architectural scholar Xing Ruan, an understanding of the Chinese court is “an effective tool in unlocking the Chinese mindset and Chinese sense of things.” It’s a bold claim, but Ruan, who …

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For Dave Aranda, Baylor’s “secret sauce” fits perfectly with his philosophical approach.

A question to Baylor football coach Dave Aranda can be as much about the verbal journey as it is about the eventual conclusion. There’s more chance for a philosophical detour than standard football clichés and X and O speeches, as Fox Sports’ Joel Klatt found out last month in a …

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VCE stars who beat all comers with a perfect 50

In a timely move during a pandemic, she intends to study immunology as a scientific component of her degree. “What I do is just follow my interests because I know that if I do something that I love, it won’t look like work,” Hope says. Loading Aimeree Manabat, a student …

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Free COVID vaccines distributed at the Winter Vaccine Festival

The partnerD Student organization hosted afsummer at aid students and teachers to get vaccinated. The festival took place on December 2 at the Student Services Plaza or Associated student organization (ASO) members offered various amenities for those who received their first dose of vaccination either during the Vax Winter Festival …

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A logical look at the subjectivity of speech | MIT News

Suppose you see a Vermeer in a museum and you want to express your reaction to some companions. You might say, “It’s a beautiful painting. Or you could tell them, “I think the paint looks good.” Either of these sentences surely expresses the same basic point. MIT philosopher Justin Khoo …

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Reluctant advertiser has reached the top of her profession

Laurel Cutler, a philosophy student at Wellesley College, briefly attempted to launch out as a novelist in the 1940s. As she later said, Ms. Cutler was determined never to “prostitute my art for money.” However, when the need to earn a living arose, she turned to advertising and discovered a …

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