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Can Synthetic Claims Exist a Priori?

by Dan Roberts in Philosophy, January 21, 2015

Can Synthetic Claims Exist A Priori?

Team Building Exercises

by Bazza1972 in Philosophy, January 18, 2015

What are they meant to do?

Pragmatism Ethics

by Erin Miller in Philosophy, January 13, 2015

Just using that philosophy homework as filler articles, simply because I can…

Why are People Nasty?

by DynamicLethargy in Philosophy, November 7, 2014

A life experience made me look at this question differently.

The Problem with Als/ice Bucket Challenge Conspiracy Theories

by Christopher Kendalls in Philosophy, October 9, 2014

Conspiracy theorists are against the Ice Bucket Challenge, but they’re reaching for straws in attempting to explain to you exactly why that may be.

Do as I Say, Not as I Do!

by Karen Gross in Philosophy, August 27, 2014

Is it hypocritical to hold our children accountable to a standard of behaviour that we don’t hold ourselves accountable to?

Applying Systematic Theology to Philosophy

by Gary C Gibson in Philosophy, August 9, 2014

There are many methods of applying systematic philosophy considering salient features of a given school of thought. Methods developed in systematic theology have comparable paradigmatic tools used in numerous academic disciplines and researches. I will write a little about systematic philosophy emerging from systematic theology, though of course Platonic philosophy implicitly developed specialized systematic analyses in the dialogues in order to find particular conclusive ideas.

Capitalism’s Creative Destruction of Earth’s Ecosphere

by Gary C Gibson in Philosophy, July 26, 2014

Joseph Schumeter is credited with coining the phrase "creative destruction of capitalism" for a description of the transition from an industrial to a post-industrial economic infrastructure phenomenon of renewal. The collateral creative destruction of the ecosystem of the Earth wasn’t mentioned.

Philosophy Essay: Playing Philosopher

by AmarBadz in Philosophy, July 23, 2014

There are times when courseworks, like essays, unveil something really unexpected. Such works comes to students as something routine; yet as soon as students find themselves absorbed in the task, they’d realise, it’s the other way around.

Philosophy Essay: Rules Versus Individuality

by AmarBadz in Philosophy, July 22, 2014

To have a personal philosophy is to have something to be argued against and for. That is the individualistic take to having philosophy essays scoured in students’ daily, weekly, or monthly essay habit.

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