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The Sophist

EXISTENTIALISM

Sartre: The Integrity Switch

The theory of Bad Faith, and what it means for work and relationships.

Modern work can alienate us from ourselves and each other. Painting: Eduard Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergère , 1882 (source: Wikipedia, public domain)

That sinking feeling. You know you shouldn’t be doing this, but you are doing it anyway. You have no choice — at least for now — you reason to yourself.

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Lessons from philosophy, history and culture

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I Don’t Want Happiness

How to Understand What People Mean When They Say “We’re Probably in a Simulation.”

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Steven Gambardella

Steven Gambardella

The lessons of philosophy and history, their practical benefits for your life and work. Feel free to get in touch: stevengambardella@gmail.com

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