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Continuing Ian Hackings The Social Construction of What (1999) and Peter Bergers "Religion and World Construction" (1967).. We break down Hackings typology of construction arguments: Are they exploring where our ideas came from or trying to change things? Are they trying to state facts about nature vs. nurture or essentially political solicitations for us to reconceptualize in healthier ways? Plus, more about the supposed divide between science wars and the culture wars and Bergers picture of the nomos (custom) defining what it is for us to live a meaningful life.. Start with part one, or get the full, ad free Citizen Edition. Please support PEL!. End song: "The ConstruKction of Light, Part 1" by King Crimson; listen to Mark with Trey Gunn on Nakedly Examined Music #21.. Sponsors: Visit thegreatcoursesplus.com/PEL for a free month of learning and hempfusion.com w/ promo code PEL for 20% off your first order & free shipping.. ...
It was over five years ago that the Centre for Medicines Research organized a workshop entitled Quality of Life: Assessment and Application. This workshop brought together a unique group of participants, some of whom had been involved in studies on quality of life for well over a decade, whilst others were meeting the subject for the first time. This blend of experienced researchers and enthusiastic newcomers was a great stimulus to the discus sions which followed individual presentations as well as that resulting from the study groups. In the ensuing publication, a balance was sought between a consideration of the complex principles underlying the assessment of quality of life and the application of such assessments to specific clinical conditions which necessitated this approach. The organization in 1991 of a second workshop entitled Quality of Life Assessment: Key Issues in the 1990s resulted in a further consideration of the quality of life philosophy, concepts and key instruments together with
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We are living on the "Earth" where the universe shows us its full and diverse variety. Every mans sight and breath of eternal space lets us feel the global harmony and flow of timeless consciousness. The vibration of universal unity and beauty originated from this unlimited space - The Sound was born. Everyone entered the whole ensemble, transformed themselves and united into the one living thing. Goa trance is a life philosophy which brings a state to the soul that gives f-r-e-e-d-o-m. There are sounds that dive through the universe making its every atom vibrate. Its like a mountain river - dangerous with its cold streaming flow and waterfalls but at the same time saving a traveller dying of thirst with its vital nutrients. This is the light, nobody and nothing can hide from. This is the darkness which can save the important presence of someone. The endless carousel ride. This is the world, where everything is possible! Do you feel fresh goa-wind? Its the breath of Alienapia with its music ...
First, let us look at the scientific paradigm governing each medical philosophy and how these affect the respective appreciation of the patient.. Conventional medicine is reductionist in nature. Reductionist science and its attendant world view seek to break the subject up into smaller and smaller parts and to study these parts in more and more detail in isolation. This is the paradigm of science we were all taught in school thanks to the likes of Bacon, Newton, and Descartes and their Scientific Method. The thinking is that if we learn all there is to know about the disjointed parts, we will know all of the whole.. It is this medical philosophy which has given us the ever increasing levels of specialization seen in modern medicine.. A truly holistic practice is Wholism and Vitalist by nature. A Wholistic science is one which recognizes the interconnectedness and the interdependence of all nature. In medicine that translates into knowing that each and every part of the body influences every ...
Dr. Mona Nasser, Clinical Lecturer in Evidence-Based Dentistry at Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, is to present a lecture at an international conference in Barcelona which links the writings of a 10th-century medical philosopher to the use of computer simulation as an alternative to using animals in medical research.
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I have already discussed the fact that Jung sought in his therapy to reunite the scattered fragments (=sub-personalities) into an integrated whole in the immediate post before this one.. A Note on Jungs Reading of Philosophy:. Admittedly, Jung was no philosopher, though he was widely read in the subject. Like us all, I suppose, we take from philosophers ideas that back up our own contentions, beliefs and opinions. Indeed, Jung was bold enough to say that he called himself a Kantian. Epistemologically, he wrote, I take my stand on Kant, that Kant allows man the power to assert a metaphysical truth, and he went on in one letter to contend that he had been expressing Kantian epistemology in psychological terms. However, Hayman is correct where he points out that Jung had tried, and probably failed on philosophical grounds, to out-manoeuvre Kant by claiming that psychology can unite the idea and the thing without doing violence to either. (See ibid., 219) Kant had been arguing along the ...
Robin Marty, senior political reporter for RH Reality Check, agreed to share her thoughts on pro-lifers. I found them fascinating & thought you might, too.
The English expression "homosexuality" is, sadly, puzzling as as to if orientation or conduct is meant. Clearly, an inborn orientation isnt morally Improper. (An innate temptation is usually disordered, Possibly, but not unethical.) No matter if acting on that orientation is morally wrong is exactly whats at situation among, e.g., purely natural regulation proponents and SSM proponents. The exact issue at issue is whether or not becoming gay is like being amicable (an inborn disposition thats constructive to act on) or like using a lousy mood (an inborn disposition thats unfavorable to act on ...
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Giovane Moura writes For a number of days the websites of MasterCard, Visa, PayPal and others are attacked by a group of WikiLeaks supporters (hacktivists). Although the group calls itself Anonymous, researchers at the DACS group of the University of Twente (UT), the Netherlands, discovered that ...
Medak is a philosopher, a social and cultural activist, and a proponent of open culture. Interested in political philosophy, aesthetics and media theory. In his work, he often analyzes the influence the mass media and cutting edge technologies have o...
Swarthmore, we need to talk about divestment. Were not very good at talking about it, either. When I say that, I dont mean we just never mention it-we have, in fact, seen whole volumes about divestment-its just largely been from one side. But a lot of students who oppose divestment wont even talk about it, while Mountain Justice doesnt really discuss divestment so much as it preaches it. It sometimes feels that most students have shut off and are ignoring the entire thing-and proponents of divestment often seem so set in their ways that discussing the issue with them seems, at times, futile. That needs to stop. We need to actually debate this thing-to weigh the pros and cons-because the fact of the matter is that divestment would have some downsides, and Mountain Justice doesnt like admitting it. Divestment would likely cost the school quite a bit of money. Its hard to get choked up about a slip in cash flow, but the truth is that this could mean putting valuable parts of Swarthmore-like ...
Well, no, I think this makes the argument from ignorance mistake. Failure to explain a phenomenon through Darwinian mechanisms, for instance, does not raise the probability of design. Without a positive test for design (what some ID proponents have tried to put forward, but seemingly none with any success yet), there doesnt seem like a good reason to limit ourselves to a binary world where anything not currently explained through Darwinian processes must therefore be designed. ...
As the discussion about gender parity and diversity has continued to unfold in the wake of #TheSummit, Isaac Butler (among others) has been consistent in calling for a clear definition of what success might look like. What exactly are those of us calling for a new emphasis on inclusion in the American theater actually looking for? How can we set universally-accepted goals against which we can measure ourselves? (As you probably know, Im a big proponent of measurement on the subject of diversity and gender parity.) If we cant articulate an ideal end state, we cant mark progress. And if we cant establish a positive position-if we cant lay out something to strive for-well always be railing wildly against everything else. Nobody likes a complainer; everyone rallies around people who are taking charge and leading toward a goal.. So I decided to try to define what for me would constitute success. Please note the emphasis there: this is my own interpretation, and the reason Im sharing it is that ...
But I learn that California authorizes the proponents of an initiative to defend it (in the event the state declines) (and since the ballot inititatives are intended to overturn the acts of state and directly substitute the citizens judgment for the officials). Which makes perfect sense, except that it still might not satisfy federal standing (a "case or controversy ...
If you cant decide if you should follow a low-carb or a high-carb diet, why not just combine the two diets in an effort to address all of your sports-performance and weight-loss concerns? Known as carb cycling, proponents claim this dietary approach offers a wide range of benefits. Learn the pros and cons of alternating high-carb and low-carb days, and discover if carb cycling could potentially help you reach your health and fitness goals.
Proponents of fasting and cleansing believe that by giving the body a break from the daily chores of digesting foodstuffs, you give the body an opportunity to spend its energy to repair, detoxify, or rejuvenate itself. Certain exercises and herbs have also been traditionally used to encourage detoxification.
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For #MeToo proponents, the mistake will be in assuming Trump cant turn back the clock. He can, and he will try. Heres hoping they are ready.
A proposed law would require convicted animal abusers to register with a statewide database similar to the national database for sex offenders. Many proponents of the registry believe animals have the same basic rights as humans.
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Kidney Stone is the most painful and prevalent of urologic disorders. More than a million kidney stone cases are diagnosed each year.. • What is a kidney stone?. stone forms in the kidney when there is an imbalance between certain urinary components -chemicals such as calcium, oxalate and phosphate - that promote crystallization and others that inhibit it.. • What happens under normal conditions?. The urinary tract, or system, consists of the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs below the ribs in the back of the torso (area between ribs and hips). They are responsible for maintaining balance by removing extra water and wastes from the blood and converting it to urine. The kidneys keep a stable balance of salts and other substances in the blood. They also produce hormones that build strong bones and help form red blood cells. Urine is carried by narrow muscular tubes, the ureters, from the kidneys to the bladder, a triangular-shaped reservoir ...
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With an increasing need for highly-analytic individuals who can resolve complex and seemingly intractable situations in the medical fields, double majoring in Care Health & Society and Philosophy is a natural combination. The Philosophy department offers an Ethics Track that is well-suited to training individuals to be able to think through the complex ethical dilemmas that face Care Workers on a daily basis.. Double majoring in Philosophy and CH&S allows for up to 9 credit hours to be used simultaneously in both majors (double-dipping). Students who wish to pursue a dual degree in Philosophy and Care, Health & Society may take up to nine credit hours (three classes) that will count toward satisfying the requirements of both programs. These nine credit hours will count toward the "Electives" part of the Philosophy major, in either the General Track or the Ethics Track and toward the elective part of the CHS major. The student will still need to fulfill all the core and area distribution ...
For good reason, there are a number of Christians that express serious reservations about the idea of the study of philosophy. Far too often, Christian leaders have been guilty of being uncritical of philosophical assertions and have unwittingly mingled pagan thought with divine revelation. The irony is hard to miss, but the fact is that many leaders are found to lean on Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle far more than they do Paul, James, and John. For this reason, philosophy has earned a bad reputation in many Christian communities where the Word of God takes preeminence. While I agree that pagan philosophy has no place in biblical theology, I cannot follow my brethren to the point of ridding ourselves of philosophy altogether for the reasons stated above. Philosophy is impossible to avoid. Even the view that all philosophy should be avoided is a philosophical viewpoint. Yes, it may be based on ones theology or on a particular theological interpretation, but nonetheless, it remains that one is ...
Philosophy is a historically evolving, self-reflective inquiry into the fundamental questions that humans confront in making sense of their lives. It examines essential features of the human condition-e.g., morality, knowledge, nature, society, happiness, justice, beauty, selfhood, and friendship - all in the search for knowledge that both preserves and transforms enduring dimensions of human self-understanding. Philosophy emerges in the Western tradition as a rational, systematic, and self-critical inquiry committed to grounding its own claim to knowledge. Contemporary philosophy continues to examine the fundamental principles that guide our thought and action, our pursuit of knowledge, and our desire to live well. Because philosophy adopts a radically self-critical orientation to its own historical formation, philosophers often disagree profoundly about what philosophy is and how it differs from other disciplines. Such disagreements - openly, critically, and vigorously deliberated - are vital ...
Looking for Mediaeval philosophy? Find out information about Mediaeval philosophy. see scholasticism scholasticism , philosophy and theology of Western Christendom in the Middle Ages. Virtually all medieval philosophers of any significance... Explanation of Mediaeval philosophy
Maria Botero Ph.D. Areas of Specialization: Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Psychology Areas of Competence: Ethics, Philosophy of Science. Education Ph.D., Philosophy, York University, September 2009
Sakamaki Hall C-308. A century ago, Charles Peirce completed the development of semeiotic, an architectonic theory of meaning and signification. After describing its basic elements - still routinely misunderstood or needlessly simplified in the literature - I will make a case for its utmost relevance for the sciences of the future that bear no two cultures.. Dr. Pietarinen, author of Signs of Logic: Peircean Themes on the Philosophy of Language, Games, and Communication (Springer, 2006), directs the Helsinki Peirce Research Centre at the University of Helsinki. His research interests include Logic, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Science, History of Philosophy, Peirce & Pragmatism, and the Methodology of the Social Sciences. He is also Visiting Professor in the Centre for the Study of Language and Cognition, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, and in 2010-12 he was Visiting Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the Kyng Hee University, Seoul.. Everyone is welcome to attend. For ...
The philosophical model established in reaction to Positivism blossomed in the 1950s as a result of the activities of the Chilean Society of Philosophy, the regular publication of the Revista de Filosofía, and the internationalization of the philosophical community. The society was recognized by the Inter-American Federation of Philosophical Societies, the Institut International de Philosophie, and the Fedération International des Sociétés de Philosophie. Foreign faculty taught regularly at the major philosophy departments in the country, and in 1956 the first international congress of the Inter-American Society of Philosophy took place in Santiago, featuring such prominent figures as Miguel Reale, Eduardo Nicol, Risieri Frondizi, Francisco Romero, José Gaos and José Ferrater Mora. Presenters in the fields of logic, philosophy of science and theory of knowledge included Willard Van Orman Quine, Roderick Chisholm, Mario Bunge, Francisco Miró Quesada, and Juan David García Bacca. The local ...
Most people would agree that judging people based on generalizations related to their skin color or gender, religion or nationality is wrong. Yet ​this is a common practice in all societies​​. So the question arises, is it ever okay to use stereotypes? And, if so, when?. ​​Erin Beeghly is assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Utah,​ where her research focuses on the intersection of ethics, epistemology, political philosophy and moral philosophy. This year, as the Philip L. Quinn Fellow at the Center, she is working on Seeing Difference: The Ethics and Epistemology of Stereotyping, which examines the conditions under which judging people by group membership is wrong. ​. ...
Dr Eileen John We would like you to have a good idea of who we are and what we do. It is my turn to tell you something about myself and the degree I convene, Philosophy and Literature.. When I went to university (long ago-I was equipped with a portable typewriter!), I had never studied philosophy and thought I would study English literature. When I encountered philosophy in my first year, it confused and provoked me in a way that felt familiar-it felt like what Id already been doing with novels and poems. But the experiences were also very different. That got me started in philosophy. I wanted to understand how Leibniz and Virginia Woolf (two of the thinkers who blew my mind at that time) could engage me in deeply similar ways.. In my teaching and research now, I still work on that question. Im interested in fictional characters, for instance. What are they? Could engaging with a fictional entity possibly give me leverage with a philosophical problem? How philosophers and literary artists ...
The PPE program offers students the opportunity of a multidisciplinary immersion in the problems of action and reflection which shape the human world. Philosophy, politics, and economics share in common a foundational concern with the abundant and widely varying ideas of what is good for human beings and the challenges that arise from attempts at realizing and reconciling these different ideas of the good in practice. Each discipline develops this concern from a conceptually and historically distinct standpoint.. The study of philosophy teaches students to reflect on fundamental questions about nature, human experience, and our responsibility to others. By working with classic texts from the history of philosophy, and key problems within contemporary philosophy, students will catalogue their emerging philosophical commitments to cultivate a broad view of human experience and values, and to develop their facility with rational and critical engagement.. The study of economics consists of examining ...
This book offers a view of the current state of play in epistemology in the form of twelve chapters by some of the philosophers who have most influenced the course of debates in recent years. Topics include epistemic justification, solipsism, scepticism, and modal, moral, naturalistic, and probabilistic epistemology. Such approaches as reliabilism, evidentialism, infinitism, and virtue epistemology are here developed further by the philosophers who pioneered them.
In recent years, it has been acknowledged increasingly that the relationship between analytic and continental philosophy is one of complementarity rather than opposition, as previously often assumed. In this essay I will argue that, in fact, early analytic philosophy has its roots in the tradition of continental philosophy. The essay will focus on Hermann Lotzes influence on Frege and on Freges relationship to the Neo‐Kantians Otto Liebmann and Wilhelm Windelband. It will provide new evidence for the claim that Freges philosophy should be seen as belonging to the tradition of Neo‐Kantianism and, along the way, exhibit the continental roots of Freges context principle.
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By their very nature, universities brought together masters and students from all over Europe and put them in close proximity. Not surprisingly, the result was a "boom" in academic study, including philosophy. Already in the twelfth century, and certainly by the early-thirteenth, it is futile even to attempt anything like a sequential narrative of the history of medieval philosophy. Instead, the remainder of this article will mention only a few of the major figures and describe some of the main topics that were discussed throughout the medieval period. For a more complete picture, readers should consult any of the general histories in the Bibliography below, and for details on individual authors and topics the Related Entries in this Encyclopedia, listed below.. Histories of medieval philosophy often treat Thomas Aquinas (1224/25-74), John Duns Scotus (c. 1265-1308), and William of Ockham (c. 1287-1347) as the "big three" figures in the later medieval period; a few add Bonaventure (1221-74) as a ...
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Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy is a volume of original articles on all aspects of ancient philosophy. The articles may be of substantial length, and include critical notices of major books. OSAP is now published twice yearly, in both hardback and paperback. The serial Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy (OSAP) is fairlyregarded as the leading venue for publication in ancient philosophy.
I think my favourite area is probably the philosophy of language or epistemology, but I tend to think more in terms of favourite philosophers, which top of the list for me is Hume, who rocks. Im a big fan though of the phenomenological approach which I reckon has been ignored too much by analytic philosophy and has made it pretty dry in some areas, which is where existentialism has its strength I guess (sorry if thats a completely wrong view lol). Psych I reckon is pretty closely linked to philosophy in some areas as well, though Im too tired to make out how :P My mum did psych at uni and is a Jungian psychologist so for me its just been what my mum does and its only recently through Phil & Eth that Ive studied it and actually realised its quite interesting (plus shes a good revision source :P ...
Emily was adopted from Russia, where she was born with a type of dwarfism. In this video, she talks about her life philosophy and how she overcame the many hurdles she faced.
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Ben Kotzee is lecturer in the Jubilee Centre for Character and Values at the University of Birmingham. He specializes in applying insights from contemporary epistemology to questions in the philosophy of education. Dr Kotzee has previously written on the nature and development of expertise, educational justice and the constructivism/realism debate. He takes an active interest in professional education and is currently engaged in a study of character and values in the professions with a special focus on the legal profession ...
Expanded and up-to-date-the ultimate guide that explores meaning and philosophy of all six seasons of Lost. Lost is more than just a popular television show; its a complex examination of meaningful philosophical questions. What does good versus evil mean on the island? Is it a coincidence that characters John Locke and Desmond David Hume are named after actual philosophers? What is the ethics of responsibility for Jack? An action-adventure story with more than a touch of the metaphysical, Lost forces viewers to ask difficult questions of themselves just as the story asks difficult questions of its characters. Ultimate Lost and Philosophy helps you explore the deeper meaning and philosophical questions hidden within every complex twist and turn in the historic shows entire six-season run. ...
This diverse and intellectually challenging A-Level will provide students with the opportunity to investigate and analyse a range of philosophical, ethical and religious issues. The philosophy element of the course introduces students to a range of philosophical questions such as: How can we explain the nature and extent of suffering in the world? Do we have a soul? Is there life after death? The ethics module explores a range of ethical theories and their practical application to contemporary issues such as euthanasia and the ethics of business.. Entry requirements. GCSE English Language at grade 5 or above and GCSE Religious Studies (if studied) at grade B or above.. Course Content Year 12. The first year provides students with a foundation in philosophical and ethical thinking. In the philosophy section of the course students will study Ancient Greek philosophy (Plato and Aristotle), philosophical arguments for the existence of God, the problem of evil and questions surrounding the nature of ...
He uses warped philosophies to get at our minds. Philosophies are really just a set of principles set forth which explain something. There are moral philosophies which set forth standards of conduct. Then there are natural philosophies which spend a lot of time showing the relationship between things in nature, such as gravitys force and the way it affects those under its influence. Add to this the metaphysical philosophies out there and you get all manner of beliefs about human knowledge. No wonder we get confused with some of the stuff going around! The enemy of our souls takes all of these and meshes them together in order to muddle our thoughts, affect our actions, or lead us into inactivity simply because we are so confused. The truth about warped philosophies is the fact there is always some "truth" in them! When we add or take away anything from what is "true", we get a warped philosophy. For example, if we know it is the colors of red and yellow mixed together which produce orange, to ...
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A philosophy major is a rather broad, humanistic degree that can prepare you for a variety of career possibilities. It is, however, up to you to master the skills and competencies needed for a given career field. You may gain a number of skills through extra-curricular activities or even through a job or internship, but your academic course work may prove most beneficial. Like many liberal arts majors, a philosophy degree emphasizes communication, critical thinking, reading, and writing, and therefore gives you the opportunity to master many skills. It is unique in placing primary emphasis on mastering the formal thinking skills needed for evaluating truth, the structure of arguments, and the coherence of theories.. Communication skills - both oral and written - are absolutely necessary in any career field today, and will also be fine-tuned through your philosophy course work and class activities. Reading skills are developed through analyzing and interpreting philosophical texts and materials. ...
Who or what comes after God? In the wake of God, as the last fifty years of philosophy has shown, God comes back again, otherwise: Heideggers last God, Levinass God of Infinity, Derridas and Caputos tout autre, Marions God without Being, and Kearneys God who may be. This book attempts to represent some of the most considered responses to Richard Kearneys recent writings on the philosophy of religion, in particular The God Who May Be: A Hermeneutics of Religion and Strangers, Gods, and Monsters: Interpreting Otherness. It brings together seventeen essays that share the common problematic of the otherness of the Other - seventeen different variations on the same theme: philosophy about God after God - that is to say, a way of thinking God otherwise than ontologically.
For more than thirty years, Philosophy and Literature has explored the dialogue between literary and philosophical studies. The journal offers fresh, stimulating ideas in the aesthetics of literature, theory of criticism, philosophical interpretation of literature, and literary treatment of philosophy. Philosophy and Literature challenges the cant and pretensions of academic priesthoods through its assortment of lively, wide-ranging essays, notes, and reviews that are written in clear, jargon-free prose.. ...
1. Whiteheads Philosophy and the Problem of Dualism. The central question for traditional philosophy is to determine the kinds of things that are and how they are related to each other. In answering this question, we have two main types of clues. We may look at the world of sticks and stones, mountains and trees, animals and human bodies, and we may intuit some notion of matter or substance. On the other hand, we may reflect on the nature of our own conscious experience and intuit some notion of mentality. Of course, nations of matter and mind vary widely, and there are other possibilities as well, but much philosophy can be illumined by this simple duality. Given this duality, one confronts the question of the relationship of material things and mental things. Are they fundamentally different from each other, such that there is no more-inclusive understanding of what the reality is that serves to explain both? This seems reasonable, but it leads to acute philosophic problems. Our mental ...
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Grahn-Wilder, M. (Ed.). (2016). Skeptisismi : epäilyn ja etsimisen filosofia. Gaudeamus. Kaukua, J., & Ekenberg, T. (Eds.). (2016). Subjectivity and Selfhood in Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy. Springer. Studies in the History of Philosophy of Mind, 16. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-26914-6 Arentshorst, H. (2016). Towards a reconstructive approach in political philosophy : Rosanvallon and Honneth on the pathologies of todays democracy. Thesis Eleven, 134 (1), 42-55. doi:10.1177/0725513616646019 Backman, J. (2016). Lauri Rauhala (1914-2016). In Verkkoloki. Filosofia.fi: Portti filosofiaan (pp. 0). Tampere, Finland: Filosofia.fi; Eurooppalaisen filosofian seura. Retrieved from http://filosofia.fi/node/7195 Open access Backman, J., Lehtovaara, J., Lehtovaara, M., & Rauhala, E. (2016, 7.5.2016). Lauri Rauhala. Helsingin Sanomat, p. C23. Retrieved from http://www.hs.fi/muistot/a1306040275410 Elmgren, H. (2016). Naiset filosofiassa : tilaa distinktiolle?. In K. Rolin, O.-P. Moisio, M. Reuter, & M. ...
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The Story of Philosophy by Will Durant presents a fascinating summary of Kants philosophy, which, otherwise, is quite difficult to understand. Here is the whole summary: Immanuel Kant and German Idealism . Durant introduces Kant as follows: NEVER has a system of thought so dominated an epoch as the philosophy of Immanuel Kant dominated the thought…
With my recent appointment as the Margaret Gest Professor of Global Philosophy a new phase in the evolution of our Philosophy Program was inaugurated.. My core Philosophy courses are now being presented in our 2014 College Catalog (see below) for the first time under the special heading of "Courses in Global Philosophy".. I have been teaching these courses continuously for over four decades and they have always been core courses in our Philosophy Program and core courses for all our majors and minors. My courses naturally evolved over these decades as my lifework as a Global Philosopher unfolded and matured.. My research and teaching in a "global" context has been in quest of the fundamental Source Code of Logos which is the generative Source of diverse worldviews, first narratives, religious worlds, ideologies, disciplinary narratives, and forms of life. Philosophy in this "global context" is thus the enterprise of Philosophy situated in this fundamental field - this Logos Code - that sources ...
I think there is solid philosophical reason to consider the implications of intelligent evil. We spend too much time on the abstract; we do our philosophy from within a comfort bubble - oftentimes without fully accounting for the horrific intensity of evil throughout the world.. One should never trust a philosopher who hasnt escaped the library to confront the unspeakable poverty of Haiti, the sexual exploitation of children in Thailand, or the ravages of war in the Congo. We can learn more from a dying child that we can from all the works of Aristotle.. All too often, the professional philosophers experience of war is limited to the dissenting opinions of hostile thinkers. Our battlefield is the sterile grounds of the peer-reviewed journal. This is not enough. Philosophy is not determined; it is encountered. And this encounter must move beyond the abstract space of the mental and into the dangerous space of the physical. The philosopher deals in ink, but the world deals in blood.. ...
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By the turn of the century, John Deweys experiment in education had captured the attention of teachers at every level of the teaching system. Its radically new teaching practices represented a turning point, not only for formal education but also for larger views of childhood learning. Dewey came to the University of Chicago at the urging of James Hayden Tufts, a colleague at the University of Michigan who joined the Chicago faculty in 1892. Appointed to head the Department of Philosophy, Deweys experimentalism blended well with the views of George Herbert Mead and Tufts. In addition to fulfilling his departmental obligations and administering the School of Education, Dewey published several books and articles on education and philosophy. The School and Society (1899) became a classic among progressive educators. Trained as a philosopher at Johns Hopkins, Dewey was intrigued by the relationship between the individual and society. Firmly committed to a democratic outlook, he considered the ...
In my opinion philosophy and science are intertwined in a complex (mutualistic!) symbiotic relationship. Metacognition and epistomology allow one to recognizing patterns and possible bias in ones own thought process- this important for any scientist because bias can affect how data is interpreted and utilized. Philosophy encourages us to question reality as we know it, and to form opinions about the relationships and processes that make up our natural world. Science allows us to test these opinions, and through the process of trial and error (or trial and success) we develop a factual basis for our beliefs. It is important to note that ALL scientists (and philosophers) should never be absolutely certain about anything- confident, yes, certain, no. For example, the laws of physics that are ingrained in our society (i.e. Newtons Laws, for one) hold true on Earth, but once you get into space, or examine a phenomenon on the molecular level, everything that was once certain becomes false. There ...
And its not even clear what kind of sense they might make. Take the idea that women publish less because they are hired earlier. To begin with, of course, there is no independent evidence that that is so. But consider the idea on its own terms. Are we supposed to believe that, on the one hand, philosophy departments prefer women so strongly that they are willing to hire them earlier, but that they nonetheless are every bit as stringent regarding their quality as philosophers as they are with men? Why would this preference not be explained most naturally by relaxation of standards more generally? Why isnt the most reasonable interpretation of the data that philosophy departments of course, as they do in tenure considerations, consider publications (other things being equal!) as a factor in determining the desirability of a candidate, and as sign that the candidate will generate more publications and add to the prestige of the department? Again, this a statistical claim as to whether candidates ...
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In this book, an international team of scholars from leading American, British and Continental European universities, led by Richard Swinburne, Eleonore Stump, William Wainwright and Linda Zagzebski, presents original ideas about three currently discussed topics in the philosophy of religion: religious epistemology, the philosophy of Gods action in the world, including the problem of evil and Divine Providence, and the philosophical challenge of religious diversity. The book contains echoes of all four main strands of the late 20th century philosophy of religion: Richard Swinburnes philosophical theology, Alvin Plantingas reformed epistemology, John Hicks theory of religious pluralism, and the philosophy of religion inspired by the work of the later Wittgenstein. One of the distinguishing features of this volume is that it mirrors a new trend towards philosophical cooperation across the so-called continental/analytic divide ...
This course examines the history of modern philosophy, from Descartes through Kant. It concentrates on the development of modern thought, examining the concepts of mind, body, and causation among others. This period marked the beginning of modern science, with a rich ferment of ideas, and the philosophy of the period is essential to understanding modern science as well as contemporary problems about consciousness, mind/body interaction, causation, and so on. Questions to be considered in this course include the following: What can we know? How do we come to know what we can know? What is the scope and what are the limits of our knowledge? What is the nature of reality? Do we have access to reality? How is causal interaction possible, if at all? Does God exist, and if so, how do we know and what relation does God have to the world?. Prerequisites: None. Credits: Lecture, Credits 3. Typically Offered: Spring. ...
Recent discussions and literature have generated the possibility of establishing a so-called philosophy of war, which presumably would be a subject that incorporates, yet also goes beyond, the more common texts concerning the theory of warfare (Sun-Tzu, von Clausewitz, etc.) as well as the perhaps more academically developed field of just war theory. The question remains, then, what such a philosophy of war would entail: what questions would it ask, what body of knowledge must it approach and in what way, in order to constitute a viable philosophical discourse? Furthermore, are there moral grounds for resisting such a subject, especially if warfare, as it is actually conducted, is based upon scientific principles - is it a science that we should not know; is it possible to defend such a position? Or is the opposite argument more accurate, namely that of all the bodies of knowledge it is the study of warfare for which we have the most pressing moral responsibility? Is either position correct? ...
List of AI-related FAQs from Carnegie-Mellon Note that comp.ai is now moderated so your post may not show up for a while and if it doesnt fit the moderators idea of what is appropriate it will not show up at all. Its a fact of life that many people interested in AI do not like philosophical discussions because such discussions never settle anything and in fact comp.ai.philosophy was created so that those discussions would not clutter up comp.ai. Since posters did not voluntarily follow the guidelines the readers of comp.ai voted to moderate the group to keep out off-topic and frivolous posts. For the most part comp.ai.philosophy considers the original goal of AI, technical details of systems are few and the discussion centers around definitions of terms, the means that will be required for producing a general purpose intelligence like a human being and even whether or not it can be done at all. Also dont forget that Dejanews lists discussions from all newsgroups, if its an answer you want it ...
Justin Erik Halldor Smith has won this years 3 Quarks Daily 2010 top philosophy prize with a post on his blog entitled More on Non-Western Philosophy (the Very Idea). This provocative essay is of clear cognition-and-culture relevance. It begins:. Roughly speaking, we might conceptualize the attainments of a given culture as falling into two broad categories. On the one hand, there are things like wagons, gunpowder, and telephony: cultural attainments that, once they have caught on in one society, they cannot but spread to all societies that have the means of acquiring them. There is nothing, for example, intrinsically Chinese about printing. These are things that do not have any special relationship to the context of their origin. On the other hand, there are things like the Pythagorean chromatic scale as opposed to the Indian sargam, or the unicorn motif in Indo-European art: innovations of culture that do not automatically result in global diffusion, since they are only variations on a ...
Searle is American through and through, but his formative philosophical years were spent in Oxford. He arrived as a Rhodes Scholar in 1952 and stayed for seven years, first as an undergraduate and then as a don at Christ Church. Back then, Oxonian "linguistic philosophy" was the dominant philosophical influence in the English-speaking world. It taught that careful attention to everyday language is the way to solve philosophical problems. Our common language embodies the accumulated wisdom of past generations, J. L. Austin and P. F. Strawson assured their students. Philosophical clarity is best achieved by applying the intricate web of distinctions implicit in everyday discourse. Searles earliest published work was squarely in this tradition, focusing on foundational issues in the workings of ordinary language. But at the end of the 1950s he returned to America and joined the Department of Philosophy at Berkeley, where he has remained ever since. Over the years Searle has drifted away from his ...
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However, such optimism is misguided for two reasons. First, the only way you can credibly identify such points of convergence is to make them so vague and general as to be practically vacuous. The lowest common denominator, however, rarely makes a satisfying philosophy for living. If youre happy to reduce all religion to banal fluff like "a yearning for the transcendent", then you can just about make it work. But this is hardly a satisfying description of what most people really believe when they follow a particular religion. Most Christians, for instance, do not think that their religion is "just one way" of accessing the infinite. Most think it is at least the best way and a great number agree with the Jesus of John 14:6, who said that "No one comes to the Father except through me." ...
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