Why philosophy shouldn’t turn its nose up at the unclean | Curio

Why philosophy shouldn’t turn its nose up at the unclean

9 mins | Jun 8, 2019

Philosophers don’t often discuss filth and all its disgusting variations, but as Thomas White, writing in Aeon Magazine, examines, investigating the unclean turns out to be as useful an exercise as examining the highest ideals of justice, morality and metaphysics.

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From Aeon magazine