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Felipe Cherubin

Felipe Cherubin has 7 articles published.

Felipe Cherubin
RIP FELIPE CHERUBIN (23.05.1984 - 08.01.2019): Besides publishing a novel and an academic book, and landing a gig at big Brazilian daily O Estado de S. Paulo, Felipe Cherubin was a profound poet. He taught, inspired and captivated many people during his short but intense life. The interviews he conducted, seven of them published on LeipGlo, show his deep respect for his subjects and their work. They also give us a small sample of Felipe's own lifelong philosophical and psychological quest to grasp the human condition.

Webb: the sacred, the profane, the human

in Literature/Philosophies/Theater
What is sacred, profane and profoundly human in us all? (Photo: public domain)
What is sacred, profane and profoundly human in us all? (Photo: public domain)

“What I look for myself in the writers I most admire and enjoy is insight into the ways human beings can experience a sense of being drawn or pulled toward something beyond themselves, and how their response to that can raise them to becoming something more than they were or perhaps than they could even have imagined.” – Prof. Eugene Webb. Interview by Felipe Cherubin.

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Zubiri: a man, a thinker, a friend

in Philosophies
The Thinker, by Auguste Rodin. Several versions of the sculpture exist. (Public domain photo)
The Thinker, by Auguste Rodin. Several versions of the sculpture exist. (Public domain photo)

If you could meet one of the most important philosophers of the past century, what would you ask him?

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Sex, philosophy, and rock ‘n’ roll

in Literature/Philosophies
James Miller explores the lives of ancient and contemporary philosophy icons, and has also been a renowned music critic. Photo: public domain
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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Interview: Who got Christianity wrong?

in Philosophies/Society

“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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Human language: powers, limits and ills

in Philosophies/Society

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

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Interview: who’s to say you’re not normal?

in Philosophies/Society
Normality is in the eye of the beholder
Normality is in the eye of the beholder. Public domain photo

“A psychiatric diagnosis often lasts a lifetime and should be done with the same care as choosing a spouse or a house.” Commemorating World Mental Health Day 2016, and calling for more care for the sick, but also less over-diagnosing.

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