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Coker’s Para-Philosophical Advice #3

July 15, 2013

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Eunoia Solstice offers a column that gives you a chance to have your questions answered–or perhaps only thought about– by a practicing philosopher. Send your questions to cokersadvice at gmail dot com.* It’s rumored that you were seen slam dancing at several Black Flag shows in the ’80s. Is this true? What are you listening to […]

Coker’s Para-Philosophical Advice #2

June 15, 2013

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Eunoia Solstice offers a column that gives you a chance to have your questions answered–or perhaps only thought about– by a practicing philosopher. Send your questions to cokersadvice at gmail dot com.* 1. Why is fun so popular? This shouldn’t even be a question.  People (the populace) like fun.  Fun is enjoyable.  Also, each person is […]

Coker’s Para-Philosophical Advice #1: Introduction

June 1, 2013

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Eunoia Solstice is proud to offer a new column that gives you a chance to have your questions answered–or perhaps only thought about– by a practicing philosopher. Send your questions to cokersadvice at gmail dot com.* 1. How did you become interested in philosophy? In undergraduate my original career plan was to become a Lutheran […]