The enduring charm of hybridity

In at least one respect, we’re not too far away from the Middle Ages, and that’s in our cultural bend towards hybridity. I’m not taking about hybrid …

The enduring charm of hybridity

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Author: landzek

My name is Lance Kair, a philosopher, a counselor and a musician who is being questioned.

3 thoughts on “The enduring charm of hybridity”

    1. Have you ever heard of Alfonso Lingis? He’s on the phenomenological side of things philosopher. He has a book called “the imperative”. I find that he is able to put things in a way that I have not heard other authors situate.

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