Sloterdijk thinks that contemporary
philosophers ought to think in a way full of risks, make themselves capture the
excessive complexities of the age, and renounce our modern humanistic and
nationalistic world for broader, ecumenical, ecological, and global horizons.
The philosophy of Sloterdijk creates a balance between the strictly academic
and a sense of opposition to academia that manifests, for example, in his
ongoing interest in the thinking of Osho, whose disciple Sloterdijk became in