Monthly Archives: December 2014

Nudity and freedom

In a recent post we found that the concept of “freedom” is quite important in thinking about naturism and nudity. This is rather uncontroversial (among naturists, anyhow). “Freedom” (from clothes) is often cited by naturists as one of the most … Continue reading

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Cool naked swimming – really cool

Doing something nude can be vastly different from doing it clothed (in a wetsuit, for example). More information: How a naked female scientist tries to tame belugas in the freezing Arctic cool naked swimming

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Why most people don’t understand social nudity

So far the topics being discussed here have mostly not dealt in much depth with what could be accurately described as “philosophy”. Some of the psychological discussions come close, but that’s not quite the same. Of course, systematic philosophical thinking … Continue reading

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