Why the chaos of 2020 is turning us all into philosophers

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David Rutledge
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July 14, 2020
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ABC Radio National by David Rutledge

Do you find yourself philosophising about life as you watch the world these past months? David Rutledge takes us on a journey of philosophies through the ages and how they pertain to us today. Find an interesting read in his article Why the Chaos of 2020 is turning us all into philosophers.

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