Cultural Marxism is a widely debated concept that refers to a set of Marxist ideas that have been applied to cultural and social issues. While some argue that Cultural Marxism is a legitimate academic field, others see it as a dangerous ideology that seeks to undermine traditional values and institutions. The roots of Cultural Marxism can be traced back to the Frankfurt School, a group … Continue reading What is Cultural Marxism?
Russia and China have been developing their relationship over the years, with both countries seeing each other as key strategic partners in the face of geopolitical challenges. While the two countries have had a complex relationship in the past, they have increasingly worked together in recent years on a range of economic, political, and military issues. Historical Relations: Russia and China have had a long … Continue reading Russia and China: real partners?
The question of whether Western philosophy is dead is a complex and multifaceted one. On the one hand, there are those who argue that Western philosophy has become too narrow and specialized, detached from the concerns of everyday life and overly concerned with abstract theoretical concepts. On the other hand, there are those who believe that Western philosophy remains a vital and relevant field of … Continue reading Is Western philosophy dead?
The question of whether mainstream media is biased towards the establishment is a complex and controversial one. While some argue that the media is biased in favor of the political and economic elite, others maintain that the media is impartial and objective in its coverage. In this article, we will explore the arguments on both sides of this debate and examine the evidence for and … Continue reading Is the media biased towards the establishment?
Let’s start by making a clarification: it is obvious that every intellectual is different and unique in his own way and it would be unfair to say that intellectuals are all the same. But at the same time we can identify common characteristics that allow us to formulate a hypothesis of sociology of today’s Western intellectual, to try to identify the traits of the “average” … Continue reading Phenomenology of the contemporary western intellectual
India and China are two of the world’s most populous and influential countries, and their relationship has been marked by both cooperation and conflict over the years. India and China share a long history of cultural and economic exchange, but their modern relationship has been shaped by territorial disputes, geopolitical rivalries, and economic competition. Historical Relations: India and China have had a long and complex … Continue reading Relations between India and China
The relationship between Nietzsche and Heidegger is a complex and fascinating one, marked by both admiration and criticism. In this article, we will explore the philosophical connections between these two thinkers and examine their impact on the development of existentialism and postmodern philosophy. Nietzsche is widely regarded as one of the most influential philosophers of the 19th century, known for his critiques of traditional morality … Continue reading Nietzsche and Heidegger
China’s military, known as the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), is the largest military force in the world, with over two million active personnel. As a rising superpower, China’s military capabilities and goals have become a focus of attention for many countries around the world. In this article, we will provide an overview of China’s military, its capabilities, goals, and the challenges it faces. Military Capabilities … Continue reading China’s Military: An Overview of Capabilities, Goals, and Challenges
For centuries, the West has been fascinated with the East. This fascination has taken many forms, ranging from colonialism and imperialism to the exploration of Eastern religions and philosophies. In this article, we will explore the historical, cultural, and philosophical factors that have contributed to this fascination and its ongoing impact on Western society. Historical Factors One of the most significant historical factors contributing to … Continue reading The East and the West
In the first chapter of his book “On war” Carl von Clausewitz makes a distinction between “absolute war” and “limited war”. Absolute war would be possible in an ideal world, the world of the perfection of the absolute. This kind of war, by definition, would entail the complete destruction of one’s enemy. In the real world, the everyday world of physical reality, however, this kind … Continue reading Absolute ideal war and real war
Framing is a term used to describe the way that information is presented and interpreted by individuals. In journalism, framing refers to the way that news stories are presented to the public. This can include the language used in headlines and articles, the placement of stories within the publication, and the use of images and videos to convey a particular message. The way that news … Continue reading What is framing?
In recent years, there has been much discussion about the potential benefits of a multipolar world, where several major powers exist and compete for influence and resources. However, despite these arguments, there are several reasons why a multipolar world could be a bad idea for the global community. Firstly, a multipolar world would likely increase the risk of conflict and instability. As major powers compete … Continue reading Why a multipular world is a dangerous idea
Russia’s war in Ukraine will soon be one year old. After the sense of elation and excitement in the Western corridors of power about the late successful Ukrainian offensives in the regions of Kharkiv and Herson, the conflict now seems to have reached a stall with intense fighting around the city of Bakhmut in the Donbass. The West, under the US leadership, has committed itself … Continue reading If we want to avoid World War III, Europe needs to offer Russia a way out in Ukraine
1 China With a total population of over 1.4 billion people, it’s no surprise that China has the largest army in the world. The Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has approximately 2.1 million active military personnel, with an additional 510,000 reservists. The PLA is divided into five branches: the Ground Force, Navy, Air Force, Rocket Force, and Strategic Support Force. China also has a significant … Continue reading 5 largest armies in the world
Friedrich Nietzsche was a German philosopher, cultural critic, and poet who lived from 1844 to 1900. Although Nietzsche is often associated with German culture, his work also contains many reflections on French culture and society. Nietzsche’s relationship to France and French culture was complex, with both admiration and criticism for various aspects of French culture. One of Nietzsche’s earliest encounters with French culture was during … Continue reading Nietzsche and France
Friedrich Nietzsche était un philosophe allemand, critique culturel et poète qui a vécu de 1844 à 1900. Bien que Nietzsche soit souvent associé à la culture allemande, son travail contient également de nombreuses réflexions sur la culture et la société françaises. La relation de Nietzsche avec la France et la culture française était complexe, avec à la fois de l’admiration et de la critique pour … Continue reading Nietzsche et la France
Indian philosophy and ancient Greek philosophy are two of the most influential philosophical traditions in the world. While they may have evolved independently of each other, they share some commonalities in their ideas and concepts. In this essay, we will explore the relationship between Indian philosophy and ancient Greek philosophy and how they have influenced each other. Indian Philosophy Indian philosophy is a diverse and … Continue reading Indian philosophy and ancient Greece
The Russian war in Ukraine has certainly loomed longer than experts could have predicted a year ago, when US intelligence and Western media were already warning of an imminent Russian invasion. If at the beginning it seemed that the Ukrainian resistance could last at most a few weeks (a bit like the Polish resistance in September 1939) , if not a few days, the stubbornness … Continue reading What are the scenarios for the war in Ukraine in 2023?
In the West the view of Russia and Russians is often lived through a host of memes. Memes by their nature of course are bereft of any nuance or complexities, they are simple frameworks that given omnipresent exposure allow for the formation of entrenched beliefs. The result of these memes is that most people in Berlin, London or New York hare great sympathy towards the … Continue reading Caricature and realpolitik of Russia’s war in Ukraine
The Romantic movement, which emerged in Europe during the late 18th and early 19th centuries, was characterized by a renewed interest in emotion, individualism, and nature. This movement had a profound impact on the arts and literature, but it also had an influence on philosophical thought. In particular, there were notable connections between the Romantic movement and Indian philosophy. India has a rich philosophical tradition … Continue reading Indian wisdom and Romanticism