Today I want to deal with a tricky question. When we hear testimonies of people who saw miracles and found to God, we can assume two possibilities: either the story is true and therefore someone witnessed God and shares his message; or second, we doubt this story, because of course it is in the interestContinue reading “The dilemma with testimonies and the chances behind them”
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True Philosophy wants to make human-beings better!
“Philosophy has three peculiarities essential to her: she grows and does not decay, she shines and does not get dark, and she reveals herself to be looked at and does not go away.” Pseudo-Maǧriti: „Picatrix“ – Das Ziel des Weisen von Pseudo-Maǧrīṭī. Translated into German from Arabic by Hellmut Ritter and Martin Plessner. London: TheContinue reading “True Philosophy wants to make human-beings better!”
Enlightening our life and the life of others
“Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men. Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on an hill cannotContinue reading “Enlightening our life and the life of others”
[Podcast] TIMO AND IULIAN TALK PHILOSOPHY #10: Discussion on Greek Philosophy (Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics) – with Julien Sita
This is the tenth episode of the new podcast: Timo and Iulian Talk Philosophy. Today we will talk about ARISTOTLE’S NICOMACHEAN ETHICS in the context of Greek philosophy in general. Our guest is Julien Sita who is studying philosophy and history at Trier University (Germany). CAST: Timo Schmitz (Germany), Iulian Mitran (Romania), and our guestContinue reading “[Podcast] TIMO AND IULIAN TALK PHILOSOPHY #10: Discussion on Greek Philosophy (Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics) – with Julien Sita”