(“君子”)

Philosopher King or Junzi (“君子”): Platonic or Confucian; who’s leader leads?    _ Abstract: The following Article represents a prolonged reading and re-thinking of the merits of the political leaders of antiquity. Asking the question: whose leader leads? I am comparing the Confucian concept of leader the Junzi translated into English as ‘exemplary individual’ who […]

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Papers From My Peer’s

Philosophy @Leuven in Belgium; & a Necro-psychoanalyst The following is a quick and too speedy review of the writings of some of the wonderful individuals I studied with in Leuven. Each person’s paper’s topic will be briefly explored; its ideas summarized and elaborated on so as to share and place this interestingly informed information into […]

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Revolution From the khōra: Power From the Outside

_ (Paul Harrison) Throughout history there is a reoccurring pattern when it comes to revolution. If you observe the specific contexts of the revolutions that have taken place in many countries: Britain, France, Haiti, Russia, and China. Did they all happen because of an external influence? And, to what extent is this a component part […]

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The Committee’s Invisibility: Is Insurrection the language of communes?

  _________________________________________   Paul Harrison (2018) __________________   “La tay pour seul à part Pour les croyants, les vaillants Qui ont peu de culture, immatures Élevés au riz, au couscous, aux coups de ceinture A la classe ouvrière Les darons éboueurs Daronnes qui taffent dans les travaux sanitaires Dans la douleur Pour les pucelles”   […]

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