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Sex, philosophy, and rock ‘n’ roll

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James Miller explores the lives of ancient and contemporary philosophy icons, and has also been a renowned music critic. Photo: public domain

Interview with James Miller, music critic, unauthorized biographer of philosophy legends.

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Curators in South Korea: Ane Graff

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Like us, the works do not stop evolving.

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Interview: Who got Christianity wrong?

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“Although they call themselves traditionalists, they are really ‘pop culture Christians’ reading into the Gospels non-existent antipathy to things like gay marriage and socialized medicine.”

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“Arrival:” What if we knew it would end?

in Movies/Philosophies by
"Arrival" deals with some of our biggest preoccupations as humans, through the eyes and mind of Amy Adams's character: space, time, love and death - and the impermanence of it all. Review and musings - http://leipglo.com

Cross giant squids from outer space with hot actors playing lone-wolf researchers – playing from 29 Dec at Kinobar Prager Frühling.

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Human language: powers, limits and ills

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A chat with Nicholas Ostler, former student of Noam Chomsky, the world-renowned linguist.

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“Swiss Army Man:” a little morbid magic

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Daniel Radcliffe and Paul Dano in "Swiss Army Man." Screenshot from YouTube trailer.

“It becomes a discussion between a suicidal man and a dead body as to whether life is worth living – but it’s super fun.” You can catch it in Leipzig cinemas this movie week, in the original, and we give you a glimpse.

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