Category: Philosophy

The Identity Conundrum

The scuffling footsteps barely raised the din that was already mounting in the crowded corridor on the fourth floor of St. Peter’s College. Lars Erikssen was a 22-year-old guy, currently doing a major in Psychology. However, he was late for the 10 o’clock lecture. The clock the other end of the corridor showed 10 minutes Read More …

The Supper of 69

The myth, mythology, folklore, folktales whatever it is has reached us in this present age through various hands – the hands of white colonisers (inter-perspective) and the hands of comprador class (intra-perspective) which should be doubted by questioning overtly through wh-words to reveal the covertly lying authoritative mechanisms disguising the truth. This is a never-ending process Read More …

Howl

The bush crackled. The sharp retorts were subdued by the occasional grumbling that emanated from the dark clouds that veiled the nocturnal canopy. The rain was coming. The earth waited with bated breath to get that sublime touch. Occasionally the night orb peeped out of its brief respite as the passing clouds went on to Read More …