(n.t.) Nota do Tradutor, nr. 23, special illustrated edition («Suicidário»), 2021, pp. 12-58. Transl. by Rodrigo Menezes. An unpublished essay by Argentinian-born, Brazilian-based philosopher Julio Cabrera, internationally renowned for his studies on negative ethics, and considered one of the most important South American representatives of contemporary Antinatalism, a movement anticipated by his Projeto de ética… Continue lendo “«If You Want To Kill Yourself…» – For a Critique of Suicidal Reason” – Julio CABRERA
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“Words of nectar and cyanide” – Joseph BOTTUM
FIRST THINGS, May 2009 You can trace, through the history of philosophy, a line of aphorism”that odd, somewhat disreputable method of doing philosophy as a kind of bastard poetry. Maybe even as a kind of magic: truth as something to be summoned by careful incantation and the weird precision of a witch’s spell. It starts… Continue lendo “Words of nectar and cyanide” – Joseph BOTTUM
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