Philosophy & Psychology

The lost notebooks: Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan’s extraordinary story

Srinivasa Ramanujan’s story is one of the great romantic tales of mathematics. It is an account of triumph and tragedy, …

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‘Living well’ and having a ‘good life’

Ronald Dworkin On 14 February 2013 one of the foremost legal, moral and political philosophers of the past several decades Professor Ronald Dworkin died (he …

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Seneca’s classical wisdom on how to die

Lucius Annaeus Seneca was one of the more notable Roman philosophers. He was born in 4 BCE, which happens to …

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Heidegger on death, demise and Dasein

Martin Heidegger is notoriously difficult to decipher and has been accused by many critics of both obscurantism and anti-Semitism. He …

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