Sometimes academic work is suffocating, it opposes the Aristotelian imperative to love the life of thinking. This website is the symptom of the loss of this love, it is a symptom of the encounter with the academic domain. It encompasses a multitude of ideas which I found interesting enough to say out loud. Arguments which I thought would be useful to bestow a passion for thinking. As a teacher, I enjoy doing that.
You will probably run into articles having to do with psychoanalysis, and philosophy, but sometimes critical article revolving contemporary culture. Please feel free to comment and start a discussion, I promise to – at least – offer an entertaining challenge. Moreover, please contact me personally with any question, who knows, we can always meet for a coffee and discuss these important matters further.
Leon Brenner is a PhD student at the Freie Universität, Berlin. Brenner has a B.A. in Psychology and Philosophy and graduated Magna Cum Laude his masters degrees in philosophy. His thesis paper concerned Alain Badiou’s theory of subjectivity and love. Currently engaged as a teacher at “The Dov Lautman Unit for Science Oriented Youth” (NPO), and at the department of philosophy. Brenner specialises in the fields of Lacanian psychoanalysis, contemporary French philosophy, and phenomenology. Currently, his dissertation concerns the subject of autism.