Everywhere and Nowhere

Can we transcend the human craving for opposition?

True or false, male or female, Heaven or Hell. Human thought craves oppositions. Can we transcend this way of thinking or are these oppositions fundamental to human thought, and even wrought within the fabric of the world?

Director of the Institute of Philosophy at the University of London Barry C Smith, LSE sociologist Hilary Rose, award-winning philosopher of the information age Luciano Floridi and post postmodernist thinker Hilary Lawson investigate new ways of thinking.  



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Dennis Norton 30 August 2021

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