Philosophy & Theology

University of Sydney
Philosophy & Theology
James Monaghan
I offer a novel reading of Plato’s Crito. I argue that in the dialogue, Plato challenges us, as readers, to judge whether Crito has become a philosopher, and then to ask ourselves whether we have become philosophers. Many
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University of St Andrews
Philosophy & Theology
Yixuan Wu

The Duration Of Time Is Measured In Virtue Of Things Changing Properties In Time, And We Only Experience That An Interval Of Time Has Elapsed Due To Changes Occurring During That Period. However, It Is Questionable Whether Or Not Time Is Always...

Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Philosophy & Theology
Asor Watzman

Imagine That Your Daughter, Ruth, Was Born With A Serious And Potentially Fatal Genetic Disorder. Ruth's Only Hope Of A Cure Is A Stem Cell Transplant From Someone With Matching TissueYet You And Your Husband Have Been Unable To Find A Compatible...

University of St Andrews
Philosophy & Theology
Alice Roberts

The Mind Extending Beyond The Skull: Is This An Idea That Can Only Exist In The Far-Off Realm Of (Improbable) Science Fiction? Andy Clark Claims Not. He Also Claims That Extra-Cranial Cognitive Systems Can Exist Today. The Extended Mind...

University of St Andrews
Philosophy & Theology
Alice Roberts

How Do We Reason? How Should We Reason? Intuitively, The Question Of How We Conduct Our Everyday Inferential Practice Is A Central Issue For Life In General, As Well As Within The Philosophy Of Logic. In This Essay I Am Going To Argue That...

Carleton University
Philosophy & Theology
Graeme O'Farrell

Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics Describes An Ethical System Which Guides The Moral Agent To A Life Of True Happiness Through Moral Virtue. Aristotle's Virtue Ethics Nonetheless Includes Some Troubling Caveats, Namely That Students Of Ethics...

University of Hong Kong
Philosophy & Theology
Yat Cheong Ng

Saying That Act-Consequentialism Is Demanding Is An Understatement. In Todays World, Taking Act-Consequentialism Seriously Means That We Morally Ought To Spend Most Of Our Personal Time And Energy In Helping The Worlds Most Vulnerable; Doing...

University College Cork
Philosophy & Theology
Chris Moore

Evolutionary Psychology Is A Discipline Within Psychology Occupying A Precarious Position, With Compelling Arguments On Both Sides Of A Debate Concerned With Its Scientific Status. This Debate Is Ordinarily Split Between Two Sides; One Claiming...

University College Cork
Philosophy & Theology
Chris Moore

This Paper Begins By Expanding On A Claim Of Luce Irigaray Pertaining To The Dominance Of Greek Logic In The Language Of Womens Desire. Using This Claim As A Springboard, This Paper Offers An Account Of The Role Played By The Aristotelian Laws Of...

University of Dundee
Philosophy & Theology
Ruby Main

The Movement From Ludwig Wittgensteins Earliest Work To His Latest Appears Disjunctive, Yet, Uniting The Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus With Philosophical Investigations Is A Preoccupation With The Limits Of Language And Thus The Limits Of What...