Works

Don’t Philosophize Only with a Hammer

31 Jul 2017, Posted by Alexandros in Philosophy Reborn, Writings

An exploration of one of the dimensions of judgment, the vertical dimension, which deals with how aware you are of the factors that determine the way you think. This post focuses on how certain mental habits and presuppositions affect how we think about truth.

On Community

08 Jun 2017, Posted by Alexandros in Books

An essay of mine “On Morality and Community” just got published in the book On Community, a modern day treatise on the philosophy, design, and human experience of community, containing 20 contributors from 30 different countries that nevertheless belong to one global community: Sandbox

The Myth of the One

26 Feb 2017, Posted by Alexandros in Works, Writings

Though we can ponder timeless questions we exist in time. Our desires, needs and aspirations are conditioned by where we find ourselves in the timeline of our lives. This simple undeniable fact forces us to recast the question with respect to the search for an ideal person in our love lives.

Makers or Slaves?

06 Feb 2017, Posted by Alexandros in Videos

How do our views around technology, leisure and work determine our present and future? The talk embedded below, which I originally recorded for BIL Davos 2017 and a different version of it in Greek for the first Maker Faire in…

On Ethical Selection

17 Dec 2016, Posted by Alexandros in Works, Writings

Introducing an analogy between natural and ethical selection, and how using the concept of moral fit can help us understand the conditions for moral change.

Philosophical Cartography

29 Nov 2016, Posted by Alexandros in Works, Writings

Philosophical cartography tries to create or retrieve maps, diagrams, missing puzzle pieces, games, software, pictures, stories and metaphors that aid in understanding and navigating existence.

On the freedom to be wrong

25 Aug 2016, Posted by Alexandros in Works, Writings

We should be careful to allow our fellow men to make even great mistakes against themselves to avoid the greatest of them all: their enslavement to our own judgment.