Philosophy and (Un)Common Sense

Interview with Jakub Bożydar Wiśniewski In today’s world, dominated as it is by the ephemeral, the superficial and the inconsequential, it can be hard for a rational, dispassionate observer to make sense of what is going on – politically, socially, economically and philosophically. It is that last aspect that gets the least “oxygen” in mainstream …

Anti-Corona Demonstration Switzerland

Dear friends of liberty this is an original translation from German into English by me of my first speech I gave a few weeks ago at the second demonstration against Corona in Switzerland. Enjoy and stay free, Claudio Title: He who does not command himself, always remains servant! und nachfolgende das Original in Deutsch: Titel: …

Is the West repeating India’s mistakes?

Interview with Jayant Bhandari: Part I Following the publication of our last conversation with Jayant Bhandari, I received a lot of interesting feedback and remarks. The common denominator of all those comments was the astonishment of many Western readers at the real conditions and dynamics on the ground in India. In fact, I was surprised …

The attitude should be gratitude

During these increasingly polarized times, it is easy for logical debates to give way to emotionally charged shouting matches. Once the idea of free dialogue is gone, riots, destruction and violence are sure to follow, as we’ve seen in almost the entire Western world over the last weeks. However, there is a much more important …