‘Philosophy and the Public’

By Sundar Sarukkai. “Philosophy, from its earliest origins whether in India or Greece, was always a form of public discourse. The aims of philosophy were about addressing individual and social concerns, which included questions of the nature of the real, knowledge, truth, freedom, soul, god and so on. If there Read more…

Why So Serious?

by Sahana Rajan. Why should you care about why you do what you do? Kabir and Meera are having a meal at McDonalds. While Kabir works at Nirvana PrivateLimited, Meera is currently a Professor of Philosophy at Avyaktum University. Kabir hasordered a Chicken Kebab Burger with a Soft Serve Hot Read more…

Of Gilead

by Anushka Maheshwary. Margaret Atwood in her book The Handmaid’s Tale spins a tale so gripping that it leaves one gasping for air after being submerged in turbulent waters of the totalitarian state of Gilead. It tells the story of the narrator, a woman whose name is later revealed to Read more…

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