LGBTQ+ ideas and thought have a historical relationship in the philosophical discourse. From the ancient Greeks to ancient India. The areas of topics include – gender and sexual identity, being, historicism, epistemology, love etc. to a name a few. With interlinking elements from feminism, existentialism, phenomenology etc., what is LGBTQ+ in the philosophical discourse and what are some of its main questions? A preliminary effort is performed in this article to address them.
William Shakespeare is often regarded as one of the greatest pioneers to have contributed to English literature. Rightfully called ‘The Bard’, his work encompasses various genres like drama, tragedy, comedy, and irony—sometimes all in one piece. Best known for his plays, he is credited with inventing some of the most commonly used words in our vocabulary, like assassination, dishearten, cold-blooded, etc. However, one of the reasons his work is studied and analysed carefully
ವಿಮೋಚನೆ or Vimōcane (Kannada). విముక్తి or Vimukti (Telugu). വിമോചനം or vimēācanaṁ (Malyalam). স্বাধীনতা or Sbādhīnatā (Bengali). मुक्ति or Mukti (Hindi). Liberation (English). Each of these languages capture a different nuance of the word ‘liberation’. And in the linguistic womb of most, there are two simultaneous movements involved in this word: a setting free. a deliverance. One is not only released from one state. But is also delivered to another (higher) state. While K