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.)
Jason Zarri has a new article in Epistemology, What Theories of Knowledge are Theories of.
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 »
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 in Philosophy Notes from my Grandfather, which explains Aristotle’s Definition of Citizen, State, Constitution, & Government.
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.
Jason Zarri has posted a new article in Philosophy Notes, A Summary of J.L. Mackie’s “The Subjectivity of Values”.