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Philosophy Against Suicide

“There is but one truly serious philosophical problem and that is suicide”, began revered Philosopher Albert Camus, in his essay “The Myth of Sisyphus”. Camus can easily be regarded as the greatest thinker of the 20th century and his influence on literature, arts and thinking has resonated through modern and postmodern epochs. However, the reality […]

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JD Salinger; his oeuvre and his genius

Conversations about my favorite authors will always revolve around David Foster Wallace, Camus, Kafka, Vonnegut and the likes. However in the shadows, the way the man liked it himself, a certain J.D. Salinger will always be extant. Touted unfairly as a “one hit wonder” for his opus Catcher in the Rye – or on the […]

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Is “Love In The Time Of Cholera” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez really what you think it is?

This is an interpretation article and thus obviously delves into potential spoilers. Nobel laureate Gabriel García Márquez wrote with such titillating and tantalizing charm and pizazz that he is arguably noted as one of the most significant authors of the preceding century. He has left behind a large legacy of novels and short stories dealing […]

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