New Philosopher


“He who has a ‘why’ for which to live can bear with almost any ‘how’.”
— Friedrich Nietzsche

As we float on the ocean of life, we may at times be faced with Psychologists put a gentler spin on it, enquiring what might be our ‘purpose’:

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Louise Antony is Professor of Philosophy at University of Massachusetts Amherst. She studied philosophy at Syracuse University and the University of London, and received her PhD from Harvard University. With Norbert Horn-stein, she co-edited Chomsky