An excerpt from Juan Kaius' 'Binge and Nothingness', a book on ‘being’ in the generation of ‘binge’.
Last night, I had decided that today would be different.
We are all praying for a magical wand to obliterate all signs of the virus from our lives. What I fear is that this isn’t yet another wait for …
One thing that makes the current situation unique is that it is not a single event in a specific place and time. Humour is a coping strategy.
Over the past few weeks, she has asked me about life, death, god, online classes vs. classroom teaching, meat dishes vs. vegetarian dishes, among other things.
Home economics isn't dead: We need it now more than ever.
We can’t escape the question of what matters and why. If we can’t avoid living philosophically, it seems sensible to learn to do it well.
A poem on existentialism, self exploration and a relationship with failure.