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Last weekend I participated in the local art route. During an art route, all participating artists in a town keep open house. This ..read more
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In my blog last week I said that usually we don’t say that an action is an attempt. We just do. But under which conditions is it then ..read more
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Sometimes an action leads to a dead end. Being able to act is one of the foundations of human life. I think that it’s even more basic ..read more
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The cast of Pagliacci receiving the applaus in The National Opera in Amsterdam In Leoncavallo’s opera “Pagliacci” the actors Canio ..read more
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The solar panels on the roof of my house I think that every reasonable person will agree that we live in an age of global warming and ..read more
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Monument for the Battle of Heiligerlee, at Heiligerlee, Netherlands History is man-made and so it must be studied by methods that ..read more
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Scene from Pergolesi’s opera Il Ciarlatano by Die Neue Hofkapelle Graz at the Festival  for Early Music (Festival voor Oude Muziek). ..read more
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Two weeks ago I mentioned Blaise Pascal in my blog, but actually I don’t know much about this person, although he was one of the great ..read more
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When someone uses the personal pronoun “I” it’s clear who is meant with the person it refers to. The word can only mean the one ..read more
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In his book on identity, the French philosopher Vincent Descombes tells a fable made by Blaise Pascal (1623-1662) for teaching one of ..read more

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