A 3-minute lecture on Leibniz’s optimistic analysis of the world

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The original way


(and he was right)

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Wittgenstein vs. Russell


From Malba Tahan’s most famous book The Man Who Counted.

Tuareg Tribesmen at a camel and music festival near Timbuctu, Mali. By Bob Brewer on Unsplash.

The Division Operation:


Being a writer and a good cook helped a lot.

Statue in Mt. Adams, Cincinnati, OH (USA). Photo by Zach Vessels on Unsplash.

I asked myself a few questions


What should be called science and what should not, according to Husserl?

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Do pure logical-philosophical questions still exist?

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Where Does This Word Come From?


Neither end with the USSR, nor with WWII or the Cold War.

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When did “communist ideals” first appear?


Western tradition tells you to never use fallacies, but sometimes fallacies can prove useful.

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Two fundamental sorts of fallacies

Ad Hominem


If you go deep into scientific theories you will probably bump into these two terms.

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Physics and Realism vs Antirealism


You are paying for it; you can gain from it; you can suffer a lot if you let others decide for you; and whether you want it or not, it’s everywhere.

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You are paying for it

You can gain from it

Alexander Bird

Top-writer in Science. M.A. in Philosophy. And my favorite science fictions are Metropolis and King Kong. alexand3r.bird@gmail.com

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