philosophy bites & other brainfood 

I spread the pleasure of thinking

 

 

I am a philosophy masterstudent, a writer and host of the podcast of "Transformatorenwerk Leipzig". I am interested in philosophy as practice - for creating one's life, for personal and emotional development and for a balanced and exciting life. My vision is to strengthen the person as a responsible subject which thinks and acts by itself while answering to the world it encounters.

 

Ask me anything! Mail to mail@juliaheld.com

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Julia Held (10)

I am a philosophy masterstudent, a writer and host of the podcast of "Transformatorenwerk Leipzig". I am interested in philosophy as practice - for creating one's life, for personal and emotional development and for a balanced and exciting life. My vision is to strengthen the person as a responsible subject which thinks and acts by itself while answering to the world it encounters.

being who I think I am

It's all good as it is Sometimes the changes I went through regarding my personality give me goosebumps. I see pictures, read through old journals and hear myself talking with my best friends about some bullshit I did I thought was cool, or even legit.

virtuous behavior and Corona

Critical situations like the one we all live in at the moment push people to their limits; mentally and physically. When life is upside down and nothing works like it did before, typically, change happens. This time, changes are cutting our social relationships, our work-lives,…

on time

Since years, a short paragraph I've once read in a little book about ease and how to create it in your life, puzzles me. It keeps me thinking from time to time and won't let me go. It goes like this: Mankind's conception of time…

embrace the po-valley

Critical times like the one we are just collectively going through can be quite useful in their lack of productivity. It sounds strange at first. To see how watching three seasons of Himym in a row and stuffing oneself with Häagen-Dazs in the meantime can…

self and other stories

 What do we actually mean when referring to the most frequently used pronoun of every person ever, the “I”? Do we think about our own body, our brain, our character? And what makes me me and you you? Are we a self ourselves, or are…