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Take This Fun Constitution Quiz!

Scott Ryan has a new essay in Philosophy,  Take This Fun Constitution Quiz! (It’s not really a quiz; he just use that format to convey some basic information about how the Constitution is supposed to work, by way of preparation for further arguments about the right of privacy.)

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Hume on Causation, Relations and “Necessary Connexions”

Jason Zarri has a new paper on David Hume, Hume on Causation, Relations and “Necessary Connexions”

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What Theories of Knowledge are Theories of

Jason Zarri has a new article in Epistemology, What Theories of Knowledge are Theories of.

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Themes in the Life and Thought of Luther: Six Mini-Lectures

Peter Krey has a new lecture series on Martin Luther: Themes in the Life and Thought of Luther: Six Mini-Lectures

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Digital Socialism: How Mumblecore Filmmaking is Defying Capitalism

Stephen Lee Naish has a new article in Film, Digital Socialism: How Mumblecore Filmmaking is Defying Capitalism

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The first section of “I Am, Therefore I Think: A Historical Introduction to Philosophy” is now available online!

Peter Krey and Jason Zarri have just e-published the first section of their intro to philosophy text, “I Am, Therefore I Think: A Historical Introduction to Philosophy”. This section is about the Presocratics, and can be found here: I Am, Therefore I Think: A Historical Introduction to Philosophy Many thanks to Mark Krey for his more »

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A Review of Men in Black: How the Supreme Court Is Destroying America

Scott Ryan reviews Mark R. Levin’s Men in Black: How the Supreme Court Is Destroying America.

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Justification is not by Race–Luther’s Theology and a Biblical Basis for Antiracism.

Peter Krey has a new article in Theology, Justification is not by Race — Luther’s Theology and a Biblical Basis for Antiracism.

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Philosophy of Language Notes Part 2: Kripke, Naming, and Private Language

Jason Zarri has posted Philosophy of Language Notes Part 2: Kripke, Naming, and Private Language, which deals with Saul Kripke’s account of naming and its relevance to Wittgenstein’s Private Language Argument.

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Mumblecore in Obama’s America

A new essay in Film by Stephen Lee Naish looks at how the indie film sub-genre is defining modern America: Mumblecore in Obama’s America.

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