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Philosophy

Do you think philosophy is mere Kant?  Wanna haggle about Hegel?  Find Schelling compelling?  Are you Heideggerian by Dasein?  Does A = A after all?  Are you a budding Deleuzian of grandeur?  Does reality make no différance?  Or do you just want to talk about the meaning of life (or the life of Brian)?  This is the place for you.


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  1. Sublation [Aufhebung]

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  2. "Schelling and 'Philosophical Psychology'" summer course

    Information on the summer school course I will be teaching at the MSCP beginning Jan. 2018.
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  3. carl sagan...not an atheist??

    Just posting on an admittedly surprising thing I read...Carl Sagan's suspicion of atheism.
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  4. Do teachers have to give up civil liberties to teach?

    an interesting article on teachers called to account for what happens outside the class
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  5. god and grammar

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  6. Hegel and popular culture

    a website with articles on Hegel and Buddha in pop culture
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  7. Junior OED: Nature isn't worth defining anymore...?

    The Junior Oxford English Dictionary editors have decided to do away with a multitude of words describing Nature's flora, including words like "cowslip," "acorn," "lark," "kingfisher," "dandelion".....read on!
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  8. Lacan

    what did I do to deserve this?
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  9. Nature doesn't like you.

    Nature doesn't like you. In fact, Nature may just hate you!
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  10. Sam Harris: Science can answer moral questions

    Sam Harris argues that the gap between science and morality is an illusion.
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  • Think About It...

    The paradox is not a concession but a category, an ontological definition which expresses the relation between an existing cognitive spirit and eternal truth.

    Søren Kierkegaard  

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