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René Magritte, “Les Vacances de Hegel”

A list of articles on philosophy, philosophers, concepts…

Enigma of a Transplant Recipient

Death, as depicted in Harry Potter movies

“And Death spoke to them.” — Death speaking to the Peverell brothers[src]

  1. A kidney transplant recipient is alive by accident. On Machines. If he was born before 1960s, when the first transplant was done, he would already be dead.
  2. His being alive is against what the Nature demands. Nature wants…

A personal reflection on words, writing, career and life. After a short conversation with an old friend | SALVE

Linkedin is not a place for random #writing. It is a professional arena where we showcase our skills, upgrade them, and find better positions in the world of money and prestige. I am new to it. …

EDITORIAL | Summer 2021, June

illustration by Lubna Yusuf

“Departing summer hath assumed
An aspect tenderly illumed,
The gentlest look of spring;
That calls from yonder leafy shade
Unfaded, yet prepared to fade,
A timely carolling.”
— William Wordsworth

Dear Reader,

With half a year gone by, our hearts heavy yet unbearably light, welcome the season.

The year marked…

Reason is irrational and the irrational reason.

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Think about it. Reason is powerful. It is unerring and undefeated. It has never lost in the history of the human world, and humorously enough, we still hold it in high esteem.

Human is not a slave of passion, as we usually say. Actually, he is a slave of his…

by Pragya Tripathi in SALVE

Artwork by Charles Reid

“Absence is a house so vast
that inside you will pass through its walls
and hang pictures on the air…”
-Pablo Neruda

Have you ever touched grief?

Of all our senses, touch is perhaps the one we are most careful with, unless someone tells us…

LOGOS | An uncritical exposition.

The Death of Socrates, by Jacques-Louis David, 1787

Click and check out the TRIAL AND DEATH DIALOGUES:

Euthyphro | The Apology | Crito | Phaedo


The Apology is most definitely not an apology. The Greek word “apologia” means “defense.” It is a defense, and not just of Socrates the man (as in ‘Who is Socrates?’) …

Meno’s Paradox & Theory of Recollection



Finding himself in a state of aporia (See note 1) after three unsuccessful attempts at finding a definition of arete (See note 2), Meno compares Socrates with a torpedo fish which “always numbs whoever comes near and gets into contact with it” (80a6–7), and questions…

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