By Amber Berg This article was published in the Oct. 2019 edition of Live Ideas. View it HERE. What is […]
By Mawi Sonna This poem was published in the Oct. 2019 edition of Live Ideas. View it HERE. This poem carries […]
The October edition of Live Ideas: Undergraduate Primary Texts Journal was published on Tuesday, October 15th! It includes artwork, poetry, […]
By Alissa Rehmert This essay was published in the Oct. 2019 edition of Live Ideas. View it HERE. It is incredibly […]
“Imagine being told your whole life that sitting behind the wheel of a car could cause birth defects for your child. Imagine needing to get a man’s permission to receive higher education. Now imagine not being able to walk in the same entrance as your boyfriend, husband, or even brother or father because men and women have to use different entrances.”
Mawi Sonna met with Rachel Hermes to discuss art, the “artistic process,” and Rachel’s etching “Overcome,” which was published in the previous edition of Live Ideas. Below is the an edited transcript of their interview.
Jakob Hanschu met with Suan Sonna to discuss Suan’s background, philosophy, and previous contribution to Live Ideas. Below is an edited transcript of their conversation.
A retrospective look on the effects of emotional abuse during childhood.
Paradigms construct the lenses through which we view the world. These fundamentally-orienting assumptions need to be reflected on, challenged, and most of all, poked. De- and re- construct them. Always, continuously.
Rousseau and Voltaire, influential enlightenment-era philosophes, tackle the threat that violent religious fanaticism poses to the stability of civil society. While Voltaire champions the enlightening power of reason as the way to stop fanaticism, Rousseau claims that there is more positive potential in fanatical energy than meets the eye.