Philosophy isn’t just an abstract, lofty discipline bound to stodgy academic institutions. It’s a living, evolving debate about the nature of reality and our place in it.
Philosophers argue about the hard questions of good and evil, value and meaninglessness, justice and corruption, truth and ignorance, and so much more.
At its core, philosophy attempts to answer the question we all struggle to answer each day: how do you live a good life?
I wrestle with that same question in the pages below.