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Analysis and critique of an ancient tradition of skepticism. The methodology rests on a hypothetical distinction between sensible and intelligible objects.February 20, 2014
An examination of Protagoras’ dictum that “human is the measure of all things”. How it informs a consideration of philosophical relativity and objectivity.January 17, 2014
Heraclitus of Ephesus is accredited with an account of universal flux, encapsulated in his famous aphorism “everything flows and nothing stays”. However, his theory does not encompass the Thinkable, hence, it cannot be about…January 1, 2014
Philosopher Guy Longworth published a blog post with the titular question “Is Christmas cake homogeneous?”. I found it interesting so I commented.December 25, 2013
My name is Protesilaos, surname Stavrou. Should you find my name hard to remember or pronounce, feel welcome to call me “Prot”. I consider myself a philosopher in the making. My interests are in logic, first philosophy (metaphysics and epistemology), ethics and political theory. I’m 25 years old and live in Brussels. As for my actual profession, I am an economist and political scientist, with a specialisation in European integration and Euro Area economics. For the time being, I work at the European Parliament as an accredited parliamentary assistant to a deputy.