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Right to the city: Accessible, effective and fair public transportation

Per usual, I have to start my article with answering the typical question when it comes to my research: How is public transportation and its consequences related to philosophy? The best explanation I can offer is mentioning the roots of my interest in public transportation systems. The first influence is philosophy of urbanism (you can find my other articles about this topic) and its effects on moral behavior and political stands. In this article, I will argue that public transportation is very important part of philosophy of urbanism. The bridge between philosophy of urbanism and public transportation I see in LeFebvre’s theory “la droite a la ville” - right to the city. Let me explain shortly explain this theory and my usage of this theory towards public transportation in the next section.
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Aristotle on color

Aristotle introduces his “definition” of color not in itself but within the broader context of his theory about “visual sense perception”. For him, each specific sense perception has three main interlinked components: sensible object; proper medium; and pertinent sense organ. Therefore, when we want to understand the vision of color by the visual sense, we should consider interplays of its three relevant components. It means that when we want to see any color as normal human beings,we should have healthy eyes; existence of sensible colored object; and specific medium.
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(Русский) Экология детства. Философский подход к управлению внутренним потенциалом человека.

(Русский) Статья аргентинского философа Вивианы Якуси Полисены посвящена актуальной проблеме детства, вынужденного противостоять стихийным течениям общества потребления ради реализации всего многообразия своих творческих потенций.
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Are you allowed to wish your political opponent ill well? Is that morally ok?

(Русский) В каких случаях пожелание зла может быть оправдано, а в каких нет? И что нам, наконец, делать с Гитлером? Философ К. Йохансен обращается к этическим учениям деонтологии и утилитаризма, находя в конце концов ответы на столь животрепещущие вопросы.
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