On the Necessity of Liberty A Defense of Compatibilism By Jason Zarri What follows is an edited version of an essay I wrote back in 2002. I am now much less sure of the truth of determinism, realize that these issues are much more complex than I understood back then, and regret the essay’s more »
The Phantom of the Qualia Lyrics for a Musical Philosophical Parody By Jason Zarri (The following is “mashup” parody of [and tribute to!] “The Phantom of the Opera” and “Music of the Night” from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical The Phantom of the Opera and the debate over the ontological status of qualia in the philosophy more »
By Jasonus Zarrinus A Geeky Latin-ate Comededic Philosophy / Paradox Student and Philosopher Dude (or, in your essay, “By [insert your own name-ish thing and sub title]”) Ok, have I gotten your attention? The idea here is simple but also complex: Write your own essay inspired by this very post, submit more »
Jason Zarri has a new article in Philosophy, Don’t Think of a Square Circle!
Hearing about a Health Outpost set up in the Jungle by Peter Krey My friend Ron Moore and I attended a presentation by Dr. Christopher Herndon M.D. on August 15, 2013 at 7:00pm in the Bone Room on Solano Avenue in Berkeley. His lecture or PowerPoint presentation was called, “Learning from Tribal Healers.” Over the more »
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.
Jason Zarri has posted a new article to the Draftboard, Conceivability, Consciousness and the Content of Belief (Circulation Draft), in which he critiques one of David Chalmers’ arguments for dualism.
Jason Zarri has made the first post on Scholardarity’s Draftboard, Some Strong Conditionals for Sentential Logics (Circulation Draft).
Jason Zarri has made a new contribution to Philosophy Notes, his Notes on Timothy Williamson’s Lecture “Logics as Scientific Theories”, which were taken during the lecture on November 1st.