Veil of ignorance: the counterintuitive world of partially immortalised people

In this post, which is part of my recently started philosophical post series, I try to turn an old (>15 years, tracing back to my philosophy thesis) intuition of mine into a bit more elaborated idea that might be used as an argumentative tool to assess the strength of other arguments supporting or not healthy lifespan… Continue reading Veil of ignorance: the counterintuitive world of partially immortalised people

Aging, health, disease: more than philosophical arguments

In this new post series I utilise my philosophical training and formulate, collect and re-phrase arguments around what is aging and what is not. Since aging is conceptualised with the help or in the context of other heavyweight, loaded and complex concepts like health, disease, biomarkers, and last (but also first) time, those concepts will… Continue reading Aging, health, disease: more than philosophical arguments