“Filosofía felina” (John Gray) – Lautaro DAPELO

Este video es una reseña del libro de John Gray titulado Filosofía Felina. Los gatos y el sentido de la vida. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQZJsd48lTM Filosofía en red es un proyecto presente en varias redes sociales cuyo objetivo es generar espacios de aprendizaje, difusión y discusión de temas filosóficos. Tenemos clases subidas a YouTube y otros videos que… Continue lendo “Filosofía felina” (John Gray) – Lautaro DAPELO

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What Cats Teach Us About Happiness | A Cat’s Philosophy

Most of the time, cats come across as utterly indifferent. They don’t seem to care about other cats and aren’t too attached to their owners. But does this mean that cats are immoral, heartless creatures? Are cats, from a philosophical viewpoint, devoid of ethics and virtue? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4T_fwF-Torc According to philosopher John Gray, author of the… Continue lendo What Cats Teach Us About Happiness | A Cat’s Philosophy

“Feline Philosophy by John Gray — the wisdom of cats” (Robert Armstrong)

FINANCIAL TIMES, 8 January 2021 A serious polemic that attacks the western tradition of moral thought and links the feline good life to the ethics of Spinoza and the Taoists Feline Philosophy, a slim book with a cute cover picture, might appear to be a bit of light amusement for cat lovers: a collection of… Continue lendo “Feline Philosophy by John Gray — the wisdom of cats” (Robert Armstrong)

John Gray: what can we learn from cats? Don’t live in an imagined future

THE GUARDIAN, 25 October 2020 By Tim Adams What’s it like to be a cat? John Gray has spent a lifetime half-wondering. The philosopher – to his many fans the intellectual cat’s pyjamas, to his critics the least palatable of furballs – has had feline companions at home since he was a boy in South… Continue lendo John Gray: what can we learn from cats? Don’t live in an imagined future