Tag: philosophy and psychology
Coming Back Down to Earth: Exploring Distress, Loss and Grief in...
COVID-19 reminds us that we, as a species, are not an exception, able to stand outside or above the ebb and flow of life on earth. This is of course unsettling, but there might yet be healing power in recognising our shared vulnerability and interdependence.
On Human Nature and Its Implications for the Mind-Body Problem
Peter Hacker's magnum opus explores what it means to be human via an analysis of the language we use. Through disclosing the conceptual framework within which we think, act and come to know things, our deep and implicit understanding of ourselves and our world is revealed.