A review of Ezekiel Mkhwanazi’s (2021) “Does Covid-19 Rupture Theodicy: Theo-philosophical Musings.”
The International Literacy Day 2021 recognises that learning during the pandemic has worsened the digital divide. The #DataMustFall movement is an important actor in solving digital inequality.
A short note about what it means to crave for death.
A short reflection about questioning ourselves
A poem on the confines of organised religion
A review of Sayan Dey’s (2021) “Pedagogy of the Stupid.”
Human Rights Day: Reflecting on Freedom and Equality Through a Global Pandemic
Populism and political theatre It seems as if we suffer from the idea of theatre in our political lives. Our friendship with populism is a cause for serious concern. More concerning is that major political parties are dancing to this tune to gain publicity. One should differentiate between populism which refers to an appeal to […]
A poem about consciousness on the dreams of love and complications of romance.
A review of Pascah Mungwini’s (2020) “Struggles for Self-liberation in African Philosophy.”
A review of Motlatsi Khosi & Lenka Vráblíková’s (2020) “The Salon is now in session: a reflection on UNISA’s decolonial reading.”
Philosophy is the study of the nature of reality and existence, of what is possible to know, and of right and wrong behavior. It comes from the Greek word phílosophía, meaning ‘the love of wisdom.’ It is one of the most important fields of human thought as it aspires to get at the very meaning […]