Category Archives: In a philosophical embodiment

An Unfounded Desire

From the many desires that we, the humans, possess, or are possessed by, the desire to live longer is the most paradoxical to me. I am not able to understand as to why humans desire to live longer. Medically, morally, … Continue reading

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My Surveys of Philosophies-1

Even though by academic training I am a postgraduate in chemical engineering, I have long been a student of philosophy. In fact, science and engineering are also extension of philosophy or study of questions of philosophy. For me, philosopher, just … Continue reading

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Defending the darkness…on this Diwali !

This year Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, and Jains will celebrate Diwali on the third day of November. Diwali is a five-day festival with third day being the day of lighting lamps, worshipping Lakshmi and bursting fire-crackers. Essentially, Diwali or Deepawali is … Continue reading

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