Hyperlink Philosophy #1 — The Sisyphus Fragment & Leviathan

My latest Medium article for a new series I am calling ‘Hyperlink Philosophy’

Kahn identifies and illuminates three separate, but interrelated, developments within fifth-century BCE philosophy which culminate in the Sisyphus fragment. He writes that the fragment is not only the ‘most outspoken’ and ‘aggressive’ account of fifth-century atheist thought, but that it captures the best examples of thinking on the origins of religion.

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