Philosophy

 

Recent Submissions

  • Joel Yurdin (2019-01)
    No psychological power is more important for Aristotle's psychological theory than memory. Memory, according to Aristotle, is implicated in dreaming, visualizing, imagining, every case of thinking, some kinds of perceiving ...
  • Unknown author (2019-01)
  • Qrescent Mali Mason (2019-01)
    In her article, “Two Kinds of Feminist Philosophy,” Melissa Zinkin argues that there are two ways to approach feminism in philosophy: by looking “up” to discipline in an attempt to make it more “feminist” or by looking ...
  • Qrescent Mali Mason (2019-01)
    The term intersectionality originated in Kimberle Crenshaw’s work in the legal field. Since that time, many disciplines have recognized the importance of the concept and sought to make use of the concept in their own fields. ...
  • Joel Yurdin (2019-01)
    Are colors, sounds, and flavors real? If not, what is mind-independent reality like? What is a person, and what makes a person the same person over time? What is it for event A to cause event B, over and above A’s happening ...
  • Benjamin Berger (2019-01)
    What is technology? Do we control technological innovation or does technology in some sense control us? Does our entanglement in a technological world hinder or help us in communicating with one another? In this course, ...
  • Benjamin Berger (2019-01)
    What is a human being? And how do humans acquire knowledge about themselves and their world? These deceptively simple questions are foundational for philosophical inquiry. In this course, we will discuss various answers ...

Search


Browse

My Account

Discover

RSS Feeds