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Useful Information

Adler, Mortimer Jerome. Six Great Ideas: Truth, Goodness, Beauty, Liberty, Equality, Justice : Ideas We Judge by Ideas We Act on. New York: Macmillan, 1981. Print.

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Review information on Logic of Sentences and Theories of Truth

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Historical Lecture Notes

Articles of Interest

Dan Kahan, one of America’s most prominent obscure academics, wants to erase the gap between what scientists know and what the public believes... more»

Politicians talk about evil as if it could be eradicated. But the only effective strategy begins with accepting that evil will never go away... more»

This examination of the concept of tribal or so-called primitive art appeared a few years ago in the Oxford Encyclopedia of Aesthetics. more»

Unflushed public toilets, flies in your soup, rotting meat, cockroaches: useful images for a philosophy of disgust ... more »

Has science forsaken philosophy? Moving beyond data and certainty, ancient scientists like Anaximander built a vision of the world... more»

 


 

 

 
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