Philosophical Matters: The Meaning of “Being at Home”

Philosophical Matters: The Meaning of “Being at Home”

A large part of my own work has been trying to define the philosophical meaning of what it is “to be at home”. I have been particularly interested in the way we often speak today of our sense of being at home, how it affects what normative significance it has in terms of how things matter for me and how this matters to institutions and governments, indeed for thinking about the major social global issues which we face at the moment, and more philosophically, how much freedom do we have in creating a home for ourselves and for others. This post continues here.

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