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Does anyone claim freedom toward death is not for me, but for others?

There's a helpful question here on the notion of "freedom toward death" (Can "freedom toward death" have 'freedom' translated out of it?). For this question, I find the ...
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What are the origins of "The Other" and "The Gaze" in critical theory?

My own research bridges somewhat on these topics, and I would suggest adding the following people to your considerations: Hegel - specifically the idea of mutual recognition. Within this, I think it'...
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If we forget why do we acquire knowledge which by the way gets outdated?

I feel like you’re inching towards the paradox of learning, a very important problem for especially ancient Philosophy. —You could think of it from a teacher’s perspective: Some of the students don’...
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What does it mean a to appear in a "pantomathic" way?

I just wanted to close this question, so thanks to @LuísHenrique I realized I mistakenly translated the word from Hebrew (פנטומטי) to pantomathic instead of phantomatic (a weird word to use ...
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If we forget why do we acquire knowledge which by the way gets outdated?

Classic, known to many who studied English as a second language: “The more we learn, the more we know. The more we know, the more we forget. The more we forget, the less we know. So, why learn?” ...
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