The Other Side of the Inzestverbot

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Description Growing up is always hard, but nowadays it's even harder because - at least in the west - people tend to have less children and so, many of us already went or are going into the world without siblings. This is fatal because Siblings teach us solidarity, kindness and to threat the Other with love and understanding. But fear not, fancy French Philosophers have come to neat and quite handy terms which are maybe solving this little civilisatory problem. In an attempt to mediate between the two, words from Jacques Derrida and Claude Levi-Strauss will be thrown together to make a point of more tinkering/hacking with our personal affairs.
Tags philosophy, personal relations, tinkering, morals
Person organizing Louis Fabu
Language en - English
en - English
Duration 5
Desired session Day 2
Desired timeframe middle