On the possibility of a non-essentialist, pluralistic, comparative, philosophical and political anthropology, part 1

On Gyorgy Markus’ Language and Production and other competing models of human (inter)activity Page numbers refer to: Márkus. G. Language and Production: A Critique of the Paradigms. Dordrecht-Boston, Reidel  (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science Vol. 96,1986. Please see my earlier post on Markus if you have no idea who I am talking about: […]

My favourite philosopher from Budapest

As a young biology undergraduate in the mid/late 90s, in Hungary, culturally hungry for something else too besides feeding largely on the natural sciences, I happened to quickly browse through a series of booklets – Értekezések, emlékezések – published by the publishing house of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, when the title of one such […]