Christos Tombras is a supervising psychoanalyst practicing in London. He lectures, runs workshops and facilitates reading groups; his main research interest is in a dialogue between continental philosophy and psychoanalysis. His book "Discourse Ontology: Body and the Construction of a World, from Heidegger through Lacan" is out from Palgrave (2019).
The cat on the Tehran mat
"The moment you look elsewhere, the cat will jump on it. You know that. Lessons from history."
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Nothing but
"I was not planning to write about Bulgarian politics. My focus, as promised last month, was going to be truth."
Axioms of choice
Could it be that the general interpretative framework of the standard model of quantum physics is not falsifiable as...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?The Fire of Moscow
"We always have some interpretative framework. All of us. Scientists and conspiracy theorists alike."
Truth, with strings attached
Why would anyone want to find a proof that the Earth is flat? Why the effort?
Ten seconds from now
It’s difficult, if not impossible, to know what one’s intention is, both in life, and in art.