Tag Archives: Philosophy

Utility of Philosophy


This is an awesome passage from one of Michael Sandel’s lecture which I want quote here – Philosophy is a distancing even debilitating activity. One of Socrates’s friends Callicles tries to talk him out of philosophizing. Callicles says that Philosophy … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Proceedings at The Centre for Civil Society Conference


Almost a year back I had watched this video of Rajesh Jain and Atanu Dey proposing the idea of a new constitution for India, of course this was a continuation of the Mission 272 that got the BJP elected in … Continue reading

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Monkey and the Fish


There was once a monkey in a forest, which saw a fish swimming in a pond. It thought the fish was drowning, picked it up, put it on a tree and went around the forest claiming it saved the fish’s … Continue reading

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Elzeard Bouffier and Andrzej Bobiec


★★★★★ Recently I was reading this brilliant story called ‘The Man Who Planted Trees’ by Jean Giono. It tells the story of a man who single-handedly regrows a forest in the valley at the foothills of Alps. It is the story … Continue reading

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Which is the deepest animated cartoon ever and why?


Answer by Anirudh Acharya: Kung Fu Panda – Almost everything Master Uguay says is pretty deep. Some of his dialogues – One often meets his destiny on the road he takes to avoid it. Your mind is like this water … Continue reading

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