Third part of my philosophical investigation of love -- a discussion of Lèvinas' analysis of the caress. Read on if you're interested: https://philjun.github.io/the-philosophy-of-love-pt.-3.html
I've continued my investigation of the phenomenon of love by looking at Scheler's *Wesen und Formen der Sympathie* from 1912. Read on if you're interested:
Content-wise it's going to be a mixed bag. I have started out with initiating a philosophical investigation of the phenomenon of love. You can follow along here, if interested: https://philjun.github.io/the-philosophy-of-love-pt.-1.html
PhD in #Philosophy, yet I have also dabbled with Comp. Litt. and Comp. Science.
My interests include analogue #photography, GNU/Linux, programming, old school computer RPGs (currently working towards completing "Pool of Radiance"), and alternative/indie music from the 80's and 90's.
I have grown tired of traditional social media, and until I succeed in developing my own anti-social social network, I thought I'd give Mastodon a try. I am here looking for meaningful exchange.
My interests are broad and numerous: Philosophy, analogue photography, Linux/GNU, Go (the game), literature, music, and computer science -- to name a few.
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