ontological status

Searle’s Ontology of the Mind in the Universe: a criticismSearle’s Ontology of the Mind in the Universe: a criticism
Needless to say, many philosophers consider (a) and (b) to be inconsistent. Dualists, for instance, accept (b) and for that reason reject (a), materialists conversely reject
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History of Chinese ThoughtHistory of Chinese Thought
If you want to search the journal directly, go to Project Muse, under Electronic Resources on the library’s web page. I have also included some book reviews from Philosophy East and West
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An Oriental Approach to the Philosophy of InformationAn Oriental Approach to the Philosophy of Information
Orientative philosophy, on the other hand, inquires about 'how', that is, it points out the orientation of our interests to a specific field or direction and more importantly it puts emphasis on the methodological aspect of this philosophy
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Experiments and thought experiments in natural scienceExperiments and thought experiments in natural science
Finally I discuss the modern string theory of everything, which, while it is regarded as a physical theory by its instigators, shares some properties of the least successful sort of thought experiment
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Trans-Generational Justice – Compensatory vs. Interpretative ApproachesTrans-Generational Justice – Compensatory vs. Interpretative Approaches
The result would be to encourage a shared basis of civic memory – an agreed upon public “narrative” about the problem of racial inequality – through which the fact of past racial injury, and its ongoing consequences
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Monahan on the Ontology of Race: Race, Being, and the Politics of PurityMonahan on the Ontology of Race: Race, Being, and the Politics of Purity
Monahan will focus primarily on the ontology/being of race. After reviewing a cluster of issues regarding the ontology of race, this essay will conclude with a few affirmative and evaluative remarks to reinforce Monahan’s position in defense of the realness
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Buddhism Religion and philosophy that developed from the teachings of the Buddha GautamaBuddhism Religion and philosophy that developed from the teachings of the Buddha Gautama
Religion and philosophy that developed from the teachings of the Buddha Gautama who lived in the 6th century bce. He was born Siddhartha in present-day Nepal
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Shakespeare and the King\Shakespeare and the King's Two Bodies: a chapter in the Politics of Monstrosity?
France during the thirties and forties of the 17 century. An early and, as we know, influential description of this device is from Richard Fanshawe's dedicatory letter to Prince Charles in his 1647 translation of Giovanni Battista Guarini's Il
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Philosophy of sciencePhilosophy of science
R. Klee, Introduction to the Philosophy of Science: Cutting Nature at its Seems (Oxford)
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The gross misperception of risk that informs so much anti-nuclear fearThe gross misperception of risk that informs so much anti-nuclear fear
The United States Federal Government should obtain, through alternative financing, electricity from small modular reactors for military facilities in the United States
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Lecture 1 – Anselm’s ontological argumentLecture 1 – Anselm’s ontological argument
I can understand. In fact, one of the things I believe is that, ‘unless I believe, I cannot understand’ [Isa. 7: 9].” Anselm held that faith alone was not enough; the task imposed by belief was the necessity of showing one’s beliefs to be
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‘presence’ and representation‘presence’ and representation
Das Chor it eine lebendige Mauer gegen die anstürmende Wirklichkeit, weil er – der Satyrchor – das Dasein wahrhaftiger, wirklicher, vollständiger abbildet als der gemeinhin sich als einzige Realität achtende Kulturmensch’1
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The Evil-god ChallengeThe Evil-god Challenge
Further, if Law’s thesis is taken to its rational end, the evil world is not sustainable. A world of pure evil, by definition, would destroy itself. Thus
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Richard cross curriculum vitaeRichard cross curriculum vitae
John A. O’Brien Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, University of Notre Dame, 2007–present and Professor of Theology
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