Documentary – Michel Foucault Beyond Good and Evil:
Foucault died in Paris of neurological problems compounded by HIV/AIDS; he was the first public figure in France to have died from the disease, with his partner Daniel Defert founding the AIDES charity in his memory.
Stories of Philosophies ( histoiresdephilosophies.com ) is an animated series featuring famous philosophers, both early and contemporary, as main characters.
Each episode is composed of two parts, each of which presents a philosopher reacting to the presence of an object in the manner of his well-known philosophical vision.
Following the cartooning tradition and in order to stick to what’s essential, the black line drawings move accompanied by simple sound effects, in a white universe reminiscent of a virgin page – a space where ideas take shape.
The intention is to create spiritual and delightful playlets with several levels of depth and understanding. We would like to both explain and provoke interest in the view-points of the world’s most famous philosophers – for viewers of all ages.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, born 2 October 1869, died 30 January 1948 was the preeminent leader of Indian nationalism in British-ruled India.