The Examined Life - Bringing Philosophy to the Streets

One of the essential features of philosophy is its relentless habit of exploring the presuppositions through which we make sense of our experience, revealing the conditions required to live coherent lives, and pushing us to become better and more courageous human beings. None of this would be possible without taking seriously Socrates' famous idea that "the unexamined life is not worth living."

Here is an example of those simple questions that can turn your view of the world and yourself upside down.

If you're curious about Peter Singer's paper Famine, Affluence, and Morality, you can find it here.

This documentary should be out sometime in February; make sure you don't miss it. 
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