Tag Archives: Open University

An envelope in an envelope in an envelope

This morning I had a Russian doll experience. No, not that kind of Russian doll. The matryoshka one. I received a large envelope and opened it (of course). In it was a second envelope, also large and that one even … Continue reading

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The Self-Ownership Thesis

The following essay about the self-ownership thesis was written as part of my MA in Philosophy and tries to answer the question “‘The intuition that motivates the self-ownership thesis and that generates its inegalitarian consequences rests on the idea that I … Continue reading

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Must a person have both desires and values?

As one of the reasons behind taking up blogging was to gain writing experience in English for my studies, it might be fair to publish the essays that I am writing for my MA Philosophy course at the Open University, … Continue reading

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MA Philosophy at the Open University

Good news: I will be a student again! I have been accepted into a programme for an MA in Philosophy to begin in January 2011. Philosophy should be both interesting and challenging enough to enable my brain and my mind … Continue reading

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