Monthly Archives: June 2011

Saul, king of Israel

As it is mentioned in a past entry, Saul was chosen to be anointed by Samuel, the judge, in the ancient Israel. So, who was Saul? Following is a summary of the life and deeds of Saul, the first King … Continue reading

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Ontological difference ‘in the air’… (?)

Gilles Deleuze, a famous French modern thinker, argues in his Difference and Repetition (Preface to the Original Edition, translated by Paul Patton, Columbia University Press, New York, 1994, p.5), ‘The subject dealt with here is manifestly in the air. The … Continue reading

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Samuel, the first prophet

Regarding to the sovereignty of civil society, Thomas Hobbs dares to go into detailed analyses of the Holy Scripture. Actually, second half of Leviathan, one of his most famous works, is dedicated to such biblical annotations. To describe how God … Continue reading

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