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Seriousness Is A Problem

Simone de Beauvoir cautions us about getting too serious. Here’s why, and a few ideas from existentialism about what to do about it.

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In the Ethics of Ambiguity, Simone de Beauvoir demonstrates the breadth of her understanding of the world with a short treatise full of deep and meaningful concepts. In this work in particular, I was…




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Thomas Dylan Daniel

Thomas Dylan Daniel

Philosopher. Founder of WIP Publishing & PAGE DAO. Author of Formal Dialectics and Bring Back Satire.

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